Community Integrated Health

Community Integrated Health (CIH) is an emerging field in healthcare where EMTs and paramedics operate in expanded roles to connect underutilized resources with underserved populations or gaps in care in a community. Check out this video highlighting Montana's CIH program!

Click on the map below to learn more about current CIH sites, success stories and strategic priorities. 

Montana CIH Toolkit - Please contact Kelly Little to receive this document


Rural Health Information Hub: Community Paramedicine Toolkit

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Elite CIH ePCR Update Log




  1. Community Paramedicine is growing in impact and potential (Nolan et al, 2018)
  2. Community Paramedicine Pilot Programs: Lessons from Maine (Pearson & Shaler, 2017)
  3. Effectiveness of a community paramedic-led health assessment and education initiative in a seniors’ residence building: the Community Health Assessment Program through Emergency Medical Services (CHAP-EMS) (Agarwal et al, 2016)
  4. Community Paramedicine: Program Characteristics and Evaluation (Guo, 2019)
  5. Mobile Integrated Healthcare Part 7: The Payer’s Perspective on MIH-CP Programs (Zavadsky, 2015)