Co-chairs:  Drs. Kyle McClaine kmcclaine@hhchealth.org and Richard Kamin richard.kamin@ct.gov

The CEMSMAC is a standing committee of the CEMSAB established pursuant CGS 19a-178(c) and "shall provide the commissioner, the advisory board and other ad hoc committees with advice and comment regarding the medical aspects of their projects.  The standing committee may submit reports directly to the commissioner regarding medically-related concerns that have not, in the standing committee's opinion, been satisfactorily addressed by the advisory board."

Its membership is composed of the five Regional Medical Advisory Committee physician Chairpersons, one physician representative of the state EMS for Children Committee, and the State EMS Medical Director.  Additionally, the Clinical Coordinators Committee conducts their business during CEMSMAC meetings. 

Meetings are typically held the 2nd Thursday of the month.


CT EMS Medical Advisory Committee 2020 Meeting Agenda and Minutes
Month Documents
January agenda, minutes

CT EMS Medical Advisory Committee 2019 Meeting Agenda and Minutes

 

Month Documents
December agenda, minutes
November agenda, minutes
October agendaminutes
September agenda, minutes
August No meeting held
July agenda, minutes
June agenda, minutes
May agenda, minutes
April No meeting held
March agenda, minutes
February agendaminutes
January agenda, minutes


2019 committee documents

CEMSMAC EMS-to-ED Handoff Tool

CEMSMAC Bylaws Approved March 2019


CT EMS Medical Advisory Committee 2018 Meeting Agenda and Minutes

Month  Documents
December agenda, minutes
November agenda, minutes
October agenda, minutes
September agenda, minutes
August No meeting held
July No meeting held
June agenda, minutes
May agenda, minutes
April agenda, minutes
March agenda, minutes
February agendaminutes
January agenda


2018 committee documents

Consolidated CT EMS Medical Advisory Committee 2018 Agenda and Minutes

CEMSMAC 2018 Yearly Report

June 2018 Bleeding Control Summary of Changes

 


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