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Join more than 100,000 NDLS participants

The National Disaster Life Support Foundation, Inc. (NDLSF) oversees the National Disaster Life Support (NDLS) courses, a series of educational programs to better prepare health care professionals and emergency response personnel for mass casualty events. The NDLS courses are comprehensive, all-hazards, competency-based, standardized, and multi-disciplinary. These courses assist health professionals respond to mass casualty events regardless the cause.

The NDLS courses were developed by four academic centers: Medical College of Georgia at Georgia Regents University, University of Georgia, University of Texas Southwestern, and University of Texas - Houston, School of Public Health. The NDLSF provides administration and oversight of the NDLS courses, offered at more than one hundred NDLS training centers globally. The NDLSF is a non-profit, tax exempt, 501(c)3 organization located in Augusta, GA.

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Latest Ebola Information

The NDLSF encourages all healthcare providers and first responders to remain vigilant and stay current with the update on the emerging threat of Ebola in the United States.  For the latest information on treatment and response protocols please click on the links below.  

Get the latest CDC information on Ebola here!

Get the latest WHO information in Ebola here!

CDC Releases new guidance on PPE for healthcare workers caring for Ebola patients

ACEP14 Scientific Assembly Winner

The National Disaster Life Support Foundation would like to thank everyone who stopped by our booth at the ACEP14 Scientific Assembly Exhibition Hall.  The event was a huge success and we want to thank ACEP for the opportunity to be a part of this very important event.  We would also like to congratulate Dr. Maxwell Osei-Ampofo for being the winner of the NDLSF drawing that was held at our booth.  Dr. Osei-Ampofo is an emergency physician at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital in Kumasi, Ghana, West Africa and an EMS Fellow at the University of Toronto.  He will receive a a complete set of NDLS textbooks including Core Disaster Life Support®, Basic Disaster Life Support®, and Advanced Disaster LIfe Support®.



We are a tax exempt organization that relies on the generosity of supporters like you to help us. To make a donation to NDLSF, contact: 
Jack Horner - Jhorner@ndlsf.org

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