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36-2203 - Emergency medical services council; membership; delayed repeal
36-2203. Emergency medical services council; membership; delayed repeal
A. The emergency medical services council is established. The medical director of the emergency medical services and trauma system shall chair the council. The council is composed of the director of the department of public safety and the governor's highway safety coordinator, or their designees, and the following members who are appointed by the governor to three-year terms:
1. One representative from each of the four local emergency medical services coordinating systems prescribed in section 36-2210.
2. One physician specializing in emergency medicine from each of the four local emergency medical services coordinating regions prescribed in section 36-2210.
3. One professional nurse who is licensed pursuant to title 32, chapter 15 and who specializes in emergency medicine.
4. One emergency medical care technician.
5. Two representatives from ambulance service corporations.
6. Two hospital administrators, one of whom represents a county with a population of less than five hundred thousand persons.
7. One representative from each of the three employers of the largest number of emergency medical care technicians and paramedics.
8. One representative from a nongovernmental employer of emergency medical technicians I-99.
9. One representative from the state fire districts.
10. One physician who is licensed pursuant to title 32, chapter 13 or 17 and who specializes in trauma surgery.
11. One representative of a prehospital emergency medical training program.
12. Six public members.
13. One representative of a volunteer medical rescue program.
B. Public members of the council are eligible to receive compensation pursuant to section 38-611.
C. This section is repealed from and after January 1, 2028.