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Southern Tier Regional EMS Council
The Southern Tier Regional EMS Council was established in 1975, under Article 30 of the New York State Public Health Law. The Council is responsible for planning, implementing and monitoring regional EMS system development in the Southern Tier of New York. Our mission is to "continually strive to ensure that every person in the counties of Chemung, Schuyler and Steuben will have access to the highest quality out-of-hospital emergency care, specific to that particular emergency situation, delivered in accordance with the expected level of treatment, and receive it in a timely fashion." The Council seats 30 members: 12 from Chemung, 6 from Schuyler, and 12 from Steuben, according to the Council's bylaws. These members represent ambulances, hospitals, fire departments, public health, emergency management.
2016 Council meetings at EMSTAR Training Center 7:00pm: September 8 & November 10
May 12th, 2016
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March 10, 2016
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January 14, 2016
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The Training Committees overall purpose is to review, evaluate and act on all aspects of EMS training in the Southern Tier. TC meets on the same evening as the Council.
Public Relations Committee
Carol Lucas, Chairperson
The PR Committees overall purpose is to devise ways of informing the community of EMS.