Conn. Agencies Regs. § 19a-179-2 - Regional emergency medical services councils

Current through March 4, 2022

(a) There shall be a regional emergency medical services council in each EMS region of the state, such regional council boundaries shall be designated by the commissioner. Each council shall provide advice and guidance on policy to OEMS and the regional coordinator as to the regional problems, needs, and priorities in the area of emergency medical services.
(b) Opportunity for membership on each council shall be available to all appropriate representatives of emergency medical services including, but not limited to, one representative from each of the following:
(1) Local governments;
(2) Fire service and law enforcement officials;
(3) Medical and nursing professions, including mental health, paraprofessional and other allied health professions;
(4) Providers of ambulance services, certified and licensed;
(5) Institutions of higher education;
(6) Consumers
(c) Each regional emergency medical services council shall consider matters of policy and priority regarding emergency medical services within its region and shall annually develop an EMS plan for its region and submit the plan annually to OEMS.
(d) The Council shall submit to OEMS for its approval information concerning its organizational structure, membership, officers and by-laws pursuant to C.G.S. Sec. 19a-183. Any changes in this submitted information shall be forwarded to OEMS quarterly.
(e) Each regional council shall review and within sixty (60) days forward to the commissioner, together with its recommendations, all grant and contract applications for federal and state funding pertaining to emergency medical services.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 19a-179-2
Effective June 14, 1988

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