Build your school's medical response plan today, and have a safer tomorrow.

Med-E Ready

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Is your school prepared for a medical emergency?

Unexpected medical events are more common than most other emergencies, and yet many schools don’t practice medical emergency response plans as often as fire or severe weather drills. Code Ana’s Med-E Ready Program gets your school READY for a MEDical Emergency. Our medical emergency response training is specifically designed for schools, so you can be confident that your staff and students are prepared for any medical emergency. Our team based approach walks you through every step, so you can create a safe and healthy learning environment for everyone. Enroll today to find about our Med-E Ready Program and how we can help you keep your school safe!

Free To All Schools and Early Childcare Centers

Self-Paced Based On Your School's Scheduling Needs

Developed In Accordance With State And Federal Recommendations

Approved By School-Focused Healthcare Providers

Don't be caught by surprise.

How Does Med-E Ready Work?

Milestone 1
Onboard Your Leadership

Support from school leadership is important to fully adopting Med-E Ready. You’ll received a customized report of your school’s medical readiness, which often motivates leadership to address gaps. Through the Med-E Ready Calendar, you’ll plan for a successful year of optimizing your schools medical preparedness.

Milestone 2
Onboard Staff, Students, Families

Members of your school’s community need to know that your school takes medical emergencies seriously. Every person, from the youngest student to the most senior school official, needs to know their roles during a medical emergency. They’ll learn that in Med-E Ready.

Milestone 3
Create Your Team and Protocol

Creating your school’s medical emergency response protocol may seem daunting. Rest assured, with the step-by-step, video-led, downloadable guide, you will be successful in both identifying members of your school-based medical team AND in that team’s development and implementation of the school’s medical protocol.

Milestone 4
Run Drills with Your Team


Practicing your protocol with your school’s medical team is critical to effectively responding during a true emergency. Just as you do fire drills, medical drills will help your school be confident when an emergency happens.

Milestone 5
Maintain Preparedness

Quarterly drills and annual education allow your school to maintain its readiness for medical emergencies. You’ll also review your progress annually with a customized report, which will leave you feeling confident about your new level of preparedness.

"What types of medical emergencies can our school's Med-E Ready Protocol address?"

Your Med-E Ready Protocol is like a fire drill for medical emergencies, so it can address any medical issue.

Anaphylaxis Emergencies
Anaphylaxis is a severe allergic reaction, treated with epinephrine. Learn more now about allergy emergencies, including how to administer epinephrine.
Inhaler needed for an asthma emergency
Asthma impacts millions of children and continues to take lives every year. You can keep kids safe by knowing how to manage asthma exacerbations.
Cardiac Emergencies - Code Ana
Sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) can occur even in otherwise healthy students. Knowing to immediately start CPR and use the AED literally saves lives in schools every year.
Blood sugar monitor needed during a diabetic emergency
Diabetes continues to affect students across the country. Don’t be caught off guard by diabetes management or how to manage a blood sugar emergency.
Trauma Emergencies
Trauma, especially bleeding, can be an especially scary medical emergency. Learn today how you can be prepared confident in your readiness for a trauma emergency.
Other Emergencies - Code Ana
An abundance of potential medical emergencies can impact your school. Reach out to us to let us help you more about these emergencies and how to manage them.