A Commitment to Emergency Care in West Virginia
West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources
State Trauma and Emergency Care System
The Office of Emergnecy Medical Services inpsects EMS vehicles
to ensure that they meet the needs of their patients during
response and transportation, and so that they contain a consistent
amount of equipment and supplies.
The following policy addresses EMS Vehicle Requirements, Fees
and the Permit Process for each vehicle class.
The following is a list of required vehicle equipment and
supplies for Class B, C, D and Non-Transporting (A) EMS
Contact March Tucker, Jr., Regulatory Section
Chief, for more information in regards to these policies.
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