Conn. Agencies Regs. § 19a-179-15 - Reprimand, suspension, revocation of a license or certificate

Current through March 4, 2022

(a) The commissioner of health services, after a hearing, may issue a written reprimand to, or suspend or revoke a license or certificate of, any emergency medical services provider, or may temporarily or permanently suspend from practice any emergency medical service provider in any case in which he finds that there has been a substantial failure to comply with the requirements established under C.G.S. Secs. 19a-175, to 19a-199, inclusive, and these regulations, or in which he finds that the provider has failed to maintain the standards of the emergency medical services profession. Notice of such hearing to the holder of a license or certificate shall be effected by registered or certified mail or by personal service, setting forth the particular reasons for the proposed action and fixing a date, not less than thirty days from the date of such mailing or service, at which the holder of such license or certificate shall be given an opportunity for a hearing. Such hearing may be conducted by the commissioner of health services, a deputy commissioner, or by a member of the department of health services designated by said commissioner. On the basis of such hearing, or upon default of the holder of such license or certificate, the person conducting such hearing shall specify his findings and conclusions, and said department may, upon the basis of such findings and conclusions, revoke or suspend the license or certificate or take any interaction it deems necessary. A copy of such decision shall be sent by registered or certified mail or served personally upon the holder of such license or certificate. The procedure governing hearings authorized by this section shall be in accordance with C.G.S. Secs. 4-177 to 4-182, inclusive, and with Secs. 19-2a-1 to 19-2a-41, inclusive, of the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies. A full and complete record shall be kept of all proceedings. A copy or copies of the transcript may be obtained by any interested party on payment of the cost of preparing such copy of copies.
(b) A MIC medical director may withhold medical authorization from, and may recommend to OEMS and the regional medical director the removal from practice of, any MIC level personnel or service when such personnel or service act in a manner which evidences incompetence, negligence, or otherwise poses a threat to public health or safety or which is contrary to medical direction.


Conn. Agencies Regs. § 19a-179-15
Effective June 14, 1988

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