Alaska Statutes.
Title 18. Health, Safety, and Housing
Chapter 8. Emergency Medical Services
Section 10. Administration.
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AS 18.08.010. Administration.

The department is responsible for the development, implementation, and maintenance of a statewide comprehensive emergency medical services system and, accordingly, shall

(1) coordinate public and private agencies engaged in the planning and delivery of emergency medical services, including trauma care, to plan an emergency medical services system;

(2) assist public and private agencies to deliver emergency medical services, including trauma care, through the award of grants in aid;

(3) conduct, encourage, and approve programs of education and training designed to upgrade the knowledge and skills of health personnel involved in emergency medical services, including trauma care;

(4) establish and maintain a process under which hospitals and clinics could represent themselves to be trauma centers because they voluntarily meet criteria adopted by the department; criteria adopted by the department to implement this paragraph must be based on an applicable national evaluation system.

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