The Vermont Statewide Incident Reporting Network (SIREN) is a comprehensive electronic prehospital patient care data collection, analysis, and reporting system that has been in use since 2010. EMS reporting serves several important functions, including legal documentation, quality improvement initiatives, billing, and evaluation of individual and agency performance measures. For more information or assistance, contact the EMS office by email or at (800) 244-0911.
- If you are an EMS provider that needs assistance with your SIREN account, contact your agency's SIREN Administrator.
- If you are the SIREN Rescue Service Administrator for your EMS agency and need assistance, please refer to the resources on this webpage or in SIREN’s Help University before contacting the VDH EMS Office.
- If you need additional assistance, please send an email to [email protected].
If you would like to submit Records Request, go to Public Records and submit a description of the information you are seeking.
Not all requests for information are public records requests. If your request for data, records or public information, is determined to be a public records request, the following fees have been established as the actual cost of providing a copy of a public record in accordance with 1 VSA 316(d).
If you would like to explore SIREN Elite using the Sandbox account, there are two options:
(in use for patients starting 11/01/2022)
The NEMSIS 3.5 version will be used by all Vermont EMS Agencies no later than 01/01/2023.
The NEMSIS 3.4 version will be inactivated as of 01/01/2023.
- Transition to NEMSIS 3.5: Frequently Asked Questions - Last Updated: November 2, 2022
- Summary of SIREN Changes for the Transition to NEMSIS 3.5 - October 2022
- SIREN Changes for the Transition to NEMSIS 3.5 – High Impact Items (it is recommended that all providers read about the High Impact changes) - October 2022
- SIREN Changes for the Transition to NEMSIS 3.5 – Medium Impact Items - October 2022
- SIREN Changes for the Transition to NEMSIS 3.5 – Low Impact Items - October 2022
- National Definitions of NEMSIS Fields Impacted by 3.5 Changes - October 2022
Vermont is collecting EMS data that is compliant with the National EMS Information System’s (NEMSIS) most recent version. Additional information about NEMSIS and EMS Data in the United States can be found on the NEMSIS website.
Current NEMSIS Resources
- Vermont State Implementation Tools and Resources - November 2022
- Vermont State Data Set - November 2022
- Data Dictionary, version 3.5.0 - October 2021
- Extended Data Definitions, 3.5.0 - April 2020
- Extended Data Definitions, 3.4.0 - May 2016
Previous NEMSIS Resources
- Data Dictionary, version 3.4.0 - September 2020
- Data Element Updates - September 2018
- List of VT V3 Custom Elements - March 2017
- NEMSIS Data Dictionary - 2017
- SIREN Website - Access the program on a computer
- SIREN Field - Access the program on a tablet
- Accessing and Navigating SIREN: A Step-By-Step Guide - November 2022
- General Computer Tips and Working With SIREN - November 2022
- Vermont EMS SIREN Downtime Form - December 2016
- Creating an Electronic Patient Care Report (ePCR) - November 2022
- On-Scene Worksheet for First Responders - November 2022
- Documentation Tips - June 2018
- Narrative Guidance - June 2018
- SIREN Elite Training for Providers (Video) - April 2017
- Documentation: Incident Date - June 2018
- Documentation: Times - June 2018
- Documentation: Recording a 12-Lead - June 2018
- Documentation: Recording Cardiac Arrests - June 2018
- Documentation: Finishing an Incident - June 2018
- Scenario: Trauma with Transport - June 2018
The Inside Scoop: Stats from SIREN
- IV Success Rate: December 2021 through November 2022 - December 2022
- Narcan Administration by EMS January - March 2018
- Narcan Administration by EMS April - June 2018
- 2018 CARES Summary
2016 and Prior
- Narcan Administration by EMS 2014 - 2015
- Narcan Administration by EMS 2016
- Occupational Injuries 2014 - 2016
- Farm-Related Injuries 2014 - 2016
- Winter Sport Injuries 2014 - 2016
- Bicycle Injuries 2014 - 2016
- Fire-Related Injuries 2014 - 2016
- Pedestrian Injuries 2014 - 2016
- Recreational Vehicle Injuries 2014 - 2016
- Unrestrained Occupant Injuries 2014 - 2016
Hospital Hub is a web-based emergency medical services portal where hospital emergency departments can receive EMS records of patients transported to their facility.
- Vermont Hospital Hub User Guide - June 2018
- Hospital Hub Administrators: Adding Users - June 2018
- Hospital Hub: Incoming List View - June 2018