§ 19a-175 Definitions
§ 19a-176 Department of Public Health to administer emergency medical services program
§ 19a-177 Duties of commissioner
§ 19a-178 Office of Emergency Medical Services. State-wide coordinated delivery plan. Model local emergency medical services plans and performance agreements
§ 19a-178a Emergency Medical Services Advisory Board established; appointment; responsibilities
§ 19a-178b Grants for enhancing emergency medical services and equipment
§ 19a-178c Plan to mobilize emergency medical services during state of emergency. Rates
§ 19a-179 Regulations
§ 19a-179a Scope of practice of emergency medical responder, emergency medical technician, emergency medical services instructor or paramedic
§ 19a-179b Emergency medical technicians and paramedics engaged in civil preparedness duty or training. Chain of command
§ 19a-179c Interfacility critical care transport. Emergency interfacility transport
§ 19a-179d Implementation of policies and procedures re training, recertification and reinstatement of certification or licensure of emergency medical service personnel
§ 19a-179e Department of Public Health to compile list of training programs. Provision of lists
§ 19a-179f Transport of patient to an alternate destination
§ 19a-180 Licensure and certification of ambulance service, paramedic intercept service or rescue service. Exception. Establishment of mobile integrated health care programs. Suspension or revocation of licensure or certification. Penalty
§ 19a-180a Emergency medical service organization filing of strike contingency plan. Penalty. Regulations
§ 19a-180b Certificate of authorization for supplemental first responder. Suspension or revocation
§ 19a-180c Authority of primary service area responder at certain scenes
§ 19a-180d Responsibility for decision-making on scene of emergency medical call
§ 19a-181 Inspection and registration of ambulance, invalid coach and authorized emergency medical services vehicle. Suspension or revocation of registration certificate
§ 19a-181a Indemnification of emergency medical services instructors
§ 19a-181b Local emergency medical services plan
§ 19a-181c Removal of responder. Revocation of responder’s primary service area assignment
§ 19a-181d Hearing re performance standards
§ 19a-181e Pilot program for municipal selection of emergency medical services provider based on issuance of requests for proposals
§ 19a-181f Change in primary service area responder. Submission of alternative local emergency medical services plan
§ 19a-181g Primary service area responder sale or transfer of ownership
§ 19a-182 Emergency medical services councils. Plans for delivery of services
§ 19a-183 Regional emergency medical services councils
§ 19a-184 Functions of regional emergency medical services councils
§ 19a-185 Regional emergency medical services coordinators; appointment
§ 19a-186 Functions of regional emergency medical services coordinators
§ 19a-186a Regional emergency medical services coordinators. Employment with Department of Public Health
§ 19a-187 Cooperation of state agencies. Advice and consultation by The University of Connecticut Health Center
§ 19a-188 Transfer of staff and funds
§ 19a-193a Liability for emergency medical treatment services or transportation services provided by an ambulance service or paramedic intercept service. Liability for medical services or transport services under nonemergency conditions from mobile integrated health
§ 19a-193b Collection of payment by an ambulance service
§ 19a-194 Motorcycle rescue vehicles
§ 19a-195 Regulations re staffing of emergency medical response vehicles
§ 19a-196 Complaints against emergency medical services councils, hearings and appeals
§ 19a-196a Termination of services to municipalities restricted
§ 19a-196b Response to calls from other municipalities. Transporting patients to the state’s mobile field hospital
§ 19a-197 Automatic external defibrillators. Registry established. Regulations. Simultaneous communication with physician not required
§ 19a-197a Administration of epinephrine
§ 19a-197b Training standards for the use of automatic external defibrillators
§ 19a-197c Automatic external defibrillators required on public golf courses
§ 19a-177a Waiver of regulations

Terms Used In Connecticut General Statutes > Chapter 368d - Emergency Medical Services

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