I have used EMS research in my teaching. I once taught an entire course on public sector operations research. The blog post about this course is here, and it has a lot of materials.
I visited the University of Oklahoma, where I lectured about modeling service networks and focused on location problems using network optimization for public safety (such as EMS). I introduced public safety operations research and discussed several location models for modeling service networks. Read the blog post here.
I visited Oberlin College to deliver the Fuzzy Vance Lecture in Mathematics (see post here). In addition, I gave a lecture to Bob Bosch’s undergraduate optimization course that focused on ambulance location models and modeling integer programs. Read the blog post here.