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Emergency Medical Services

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911
emergency services, funding for - HB 391
fees, collection of by local governments - HB 273
Automated external defibrillator, no requirement, clarification of - SB 89: HFA (1); HB 205: HCS
Boating
flag for medical emergencies, require Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources to sell - HB 216
safety, electric shock drowning prevention, marina requirements for - HB 107
City classification system reform - HB 331; HB 331: HCS
Controlled substances, penalties and protocols relating to - SB 5; SB 5: HCS, HFA (8),(14),(16),(18); HB 93: SCS (1),(2)
CPR
training in high school, requirement for - HB 205
training in high school, students, waiver for - SB 89: HFA (1); HB 205: HCS
Drivers trapped in floods, liability for costs of rescue - HB 80
Emergency
911 services, funding for - SB 219
medicine physicians, require pediatric abusive head trauma training - HB 157; HB 157: HCS
Good Samaritan law protection, extend to all persons - HB 304
Kentucky Wireline and Wireless 911 Task Force, creation of - SCR 313
Medical
order for scope of treatment, permit to direct medical interventions - HB 145; HB 145: HFA (1)
review panel, utilization in health care provider litigation - SB 119: SCS, SFA (1),(2),(3),(4),(5),(8),(9),(10),(11),(12),(13),(14)
Mobile command center owned by a local government, use of oscillating lights and sirens - HB 523
Naloxone, possession and use of - SB 12; HB 458
Nonprofit corporations providing ambulance service may attach fees to property tax bills - HB 188
Overdoses, Good Samaritan immunity for reporting of - SB 62
State protocols, requirements - HB 564
Training, suggested annual training on Alzheimer's disease - HR 51

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