The Georgia Trauma Care Network Commission (GTCNC) would like to say THANK YOU for
everyone that applied for the first FY 2020 EMS Trauma Related Equipment Grant cycles. The
GTCNC dispersed a total of $944,000 grant awards during FY 2020.
At the request of the EMS Subcommittee, the GTCNC approved another grant award
opportunity using AFY 2020 funding for your EMS agency “GRANTEE” to be used for purchase(s)
of Trauma Related Equipment to equip ambulances. The total amount of funds to be awarded
is $1,123,977 statewide. Our current ambulance count yielded 1,302 ambulances or
reimbursement up of $863.27 per ambulance. Funds will be distributed on a reimbursement
basis only. Attachment D contains the award amount per grantee.
Attached FY 2020 GTC EMS Trauma Equip Grant Package Round 2 please find the following documents:
Attachment A – Grant Application
Attachment B – Instructions for the required notarized affidavit.
Attachment C – Approved equipment lists.
Attachment D – Awards by Region/Service.
The deadline to submit completed grant packets including your agency applications, affidavit
and copy of invoice or purchase order for reimbursement is on or before April 30, 2020.
Applications received after this date will be returned to the sender.
PLEASE NOTE: We will accept emailed (email@example.com) or faxed (706-841-1980)
grant packets to begin processing, but MUST have the originals via mail. Completed grant
packets must be mailed or delivered to:
FY 2020 EMS Equipment Grant Round 2: Georgia Trauma Commission
410 Chickamauga Ave, Suite 332 Rossville, Georgia 30741
This grant can be used by the GRANTEE to purchase equipment that is on the required list for
ambulance licensure by the Georgia State Office of EMS and Trauma within the Joint Policy
Statement or the Commission approved list both in Attachment C. The purpose of the FY 2020
EMS Equipment Grant is to reimburse EMS Agencies for equipment purchased from the
approved equipment lists found in Attachment C. This has been updated with the approved
most recent equipment grant cycle.
The Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) program is based on the principles of Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) and meets the guidelines established by the Committee on Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (Co-TECC). The course teaches civilian tactical EMS; any EMS practitioner called upon to respond to a mass casualty or active shooter event.
Upon successful completion of the course students will receive NAEMT TECC Course Completion Certificates and wallet cards.
Course Locations and Date:
Crisp County Cordele, GA March 13-14, 2020
Floyd County – March 21 & 22, 2020
Muscogee Co – Columbus Co. GA March 28 & 29, 2020
Registration will be limited to 20 students per course so don’t delay.
The first qualified 20 students will be accepted.
Applicants beyond that will be placed on a waiting list
Register at the link provided below:
The course registration fee is Grant funded. Lodging and meals are not included with this course.