Media Services & Public Information


To contribute to MIEMSS' vision of eliminating preventable death and disability by providing to the public essential information on how to recognize an emergency, summon an EMS response, and incorporate injury prevention methods in their daily lives, as well as designing and developing educational programs for EMS clinicians through state-of-the-art technology.

The Office of Media Services provides education and information to Maryland's Emergency Medical Services clinicians and the general public through training modules, informative programs, and written publications. These are developed, designed, and produced by the staff and distributed statewide.

For media inquiries, please contact Todd Abramovitz by phone at (410) 706-3994 or email:

Public Information Act Requests

The § 4-503 of the General Provisions Article representative (agency's designated PIA contact person) for the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems (MIEMSS), the State Emergency Medical Services Board, and the State Emergency Medical Services Advisory Board is:

Todd Abramovitz
Director, Media Services and Public Information
Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems

653 West Pratt Street
3rd Floor
Baltimore, MD 21201

Public Record requests may be directed to Mr. Abramovitz.

Public Records may also be obtained online from the MIEMSS website home page under Online Services – Data Request Form.

A number of records are available directly to the public from the MIEMSS website under the Documents tab. In addition, the following information is available for licensed or certified EMS clinicians:

  1. the name of the clinician;
  2. the business address of the clinician;
  3. the business telephone number of the clinician;
  4. the educational and occupational background of the clinician;
  5. the professional qualifications of the clinician; and
  6. any orders and findings that resulted from formal disciplinary actions.

Submit a Media Request
You may also create a ticket via e-mail by submitting your media request to: Media Services

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