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News Release
Emergency Medical Services for Children Advisory Committee meets July 8 - 06/10/21

June 10, 2021

Contact: Jonathan Modie, 971-246-9139, PHD.Communications@state.or.us

Emergency Medical Services for Children Advisory Committee meets July 8

What: The Emergency Medical Services for Children Advisory Committee is holding its quarterly meeting. Members of the public may attend.

Agenda: House Bill 2076; HERO Kids; Pediatric EMS & Suicide Data; Suicide Prevention Project; EMSC Program; AmeriCorps VISTA Member Project; State EMS and Trauma Program.

When: Thursday, July 8, 9 a.m. to noon. A public comment period is offered at the end of the meeting.

Where: Join the meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone: https://www.zoomgov.com/j/1603380406?pwd=TVlTdWRudlZPSWtyOUFlNmc0UXZHQT09

One tap mobile: +16692545252,,1603380406#

Dial: 1-669-254-5252

Meeting ID: 160 338 0406

Passcode: 918677

Background: The Emergency Medical Services for Children Advisory Committee provides recommendations to the Oregon Emergency Medical Services for Children Program under ORS 431A.105(2)(d). For more information, see the Emergency Medical Services for Children Program website at www.oregonemsc.org.

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