Commercial Ambulance Crew Configuration - Notice #9
This notice is given by Clay Stamp, Chairman of the Emergency Medical Services Board and Dr. Theodore Delbridge, Executive Director of the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems (MIEMSS), acting pursuant to the Proclamation of Governor Lawrence J. Hogan, Jr., (the "Governor") dated March 5, 2020, proclaiming a state of emergency and a catastrophic health emergency related to COVID-19, as it may be amended or renewed from time to time, and the Order of the Governor dated March 19, 2020 entitled "Augmenting the Emergency Medical Services Workforce," as it may be amended from time to time, after finding that the action(s) described herein will not endanger the public health, welfare, or safety, and further that these actions will augment the emergency medical services workforce; and improve the response to the state of emergency and catastrophic health emergency
Notice #9 - Commercial Ambulance Crew Config
The State Office of Commercial Ambulance Licensing and Regulation (SOCALR) is a dynamic team committed to supporting the operations, leadership, and growth of the private commercial ambulance industry within the state of Maryland. Progress is the cornerstone of our mission as the world of EMS changes and the citizens of Maryland require that we change with it.
It is our goal to protect the health, safety, and welfare of persons using commercial ambulance services. We strive to accomplish this task through the conscientious development and modification of statewide requirements for commercial ambulance services and vehicles. We also endeavor to encourage and assist those interested and dedicated to becoming commercial ambulance operators to further advance the burgeoning private ambulance industry.
For information on Commercial Ambulance Services, please see Frequently Asked Questions.
* Commercial Ambulance Services are required to comply with all applicable local, State, and federal laws and regulations. The following web links are provided to assist you with the licensure process. Please note: the following resources are intended to serve as a reference, and do not represent all requirements for licensure.
For further assistance contact MIEMSS Department of Commercial Ambulance Licensing & Regulation; phone 410-706-8511; fax 410-706-8552 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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