Emergency Medicine Oversight Commission (EMOC)
Charge: (See Below)
Chair: Roneet Lev, MD
Staff: Jennipher Ohmstede
Meets: Second Friday of Each Month
SDCMS's EMOC is the San Diego County Emergency Medical Oversight Commission. The commission is represented by physicians and nurses from all of San Diego's emergency departments as well as representatives from the EMS community and the Hospital Association of San Diego and Imperial Counties. The commission meets monthly to collaborate and share ideas and projects that improve emergency medical care for the people of San Diego. EMOC has worked collaboratively with EMS, law enforcement, community clinics, the psychiatric community, and other groups that link with emergency patients.
EMOC sponsors the annual San Diego Hospital Overcrowding Summit each fall. The conference brings together emergency department personnel, CEOs, and other guest speakers in order to share best practices and improve emergency department efficiencies and care. The conference is free. Please contact SDCMS for information regarding this year's conference.
The documents made available below contain information that is helpful for emergency medical practice in San Diego:
- 2016 San Diego ED Survey Results by Roneet Lev, MD, FACEP: Email Editor@SDCMS.org
- San Diego County's 10th Annual Emergency Care Summit Report: Email Editor@SDCMS.org
- 2015 Capacity Plan
- SART Guidelines: October 26, 2015, Guidelines • October 26, 2015, Guidelines Update
- 2014 San Diego County Emergency Department Survey Results by Roneet Lev, MD, FACP: Email Editor@SDCMS.org to Have the Report Emailed to You
- 2013 San Diego County Emergency Department Survey Results by Roneet Lev, MD, FACP: Email Editor@SDCMS.org to Have the Report Emailed to You
- Patient Pain Medication Agreement and Consent
- Safe Pain Medication Prescribing Guidelines
- Safe Pain Medication Prescribing in the Emergency Department
- San Diego County's 7th Annual Emergency Care Summit (Oct. 25, 2012) • PowerPoint
- John / Jane Doe Guideline (May 2012)
Suggested Guidelines for the Management of Injured Patients Taking
Anticoagulants (and Anti-platelet Agents) in Non-trauma Hospitals
- Narcotic Prescription Guidelines (May 2011)
- 2010 ED Survey
- Prehospital to Hospital ETT Turnover Guidelines
Narcotic Prescription Guidelines (March 2011)
- The 5150 packet should be reviewed by every emergency physician in
San Diego. All emergency physicians practicing in San Diego should
complete the county test and have a certificate filed at their hospital.
The documents contain the
county training manual, the EMOC PowerPoint on
Ins and Outs of 5150, the
County 5150 test, and the
SART guidelines contain practical information for physicians and
nurses who take care of potential rape victims. The guideline was
developed with coordination by the San Diego County SART team.
2009 ED Survey is the throughput data collected from all 19 San
Diego emergency departments in a blinded fashion.