An ems plan is a document submitted by a Local EMS Agency to the California EMS Authority, in accordance with the California Health and Safety Code, as well as the California Code of Regulations, that outlines numerous aspects or components of a local EMS system. These components include system organization and management, communications, transportation, education and training, assessments of hospitals and specialty care centers. The main goal of the EMS plan is to outline current system priorities and capabilities, in addition to developing realistic and achievable objectives for the future through a collaborative process that involves both public and private stakeholders. The intent of the plan is to provide a clear and organized framework for system oversight and ongoing evaluation.
EMS System Annual Reports
Ambulance System Contracts: 2021-2024
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|EOA 5 - Camarillo||EOA 6 - Oxnard/Port Hueneme||EOA 7 - Ventura|
Ambulance Compliance Reporting
Information related to the EMS system review that was conducted in 2018/2019. The findings of this review were compiled into a final report that can also be found by clicking the link above.