Emergency Systems - Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
2016 EMS Rules and Regulations(effective 09/11/2016)
Breakdown of changes to the Rules for 2016
FY 2018 OERSSIRF Grant
FY 2018 OERSSIRF Award List
FY 2018 OERSSIRF Funding
FY 2018 OERSSIRF Proposal Public Scoring Meeting Agenda
FY 2018 OERSSIRF Pre-Proposal Conference Agenda
*Pre-Proposal Conference Meeting Confirmation
FY 2018 OERSSIRF Request For Proposal
FY 2018 OERSSIRF Guidebook
Oklahoma Populations and Density by Zip Code
Number of OK EMS Individuals by Zip Code
2018 OSDH Protocols Information
Ladies and Gentlemen;
The 2018 OSDH Approved Protocols and the Protocol Application are linked below.
The Protocol Application details the steps and directions for the approval these new protocols for Ambulance Services and Emergency Medical Response Agencies.
Please read the cover letter and directions within the protocol application document. The cover letter identifies the protocols that have been changed or added since the last update. The application for protocols not only applies to the 2018 edition of protocols, but any future protocol submissions from an agency to our office.
The application includes the Agency Authorized Procedure List that will need to be submitted with the application.
An example of an individual’s List of Authorized procedures is on the last page of the application. That form does not need to be returned to the department, but retained at the agency in the staff members credential file.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our office.
Administrative Program Manager- EMS
OSDH- Emergency Systems
1000 Northeast Tenth Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73117
2018 OSDH Protocols application form
2018 Oklahoma EMS Protocols with References
2018 Oklahoma EMS Protocols Field Edition
The EMS division is created by statute in OS 63 1-2501 et seq., titled the Emergency Response Systems Development Act (formerly the Emergency Medical Services Act.)
The Act requires the health department to develop Rules for administering emergency response systems in the state. These are codified in the Oklahoma Administrative Code (OAC) in Chapter 310.
The Act also charges the Commissioner of Health, through EMS division, with oversight for many aspects of EMS including:
- A comprehensive plan for EMS development
- Certification of training programs and approval of training courses,
- EMT testing and licensure
- Collection of statewide EMS data
- Maintaining a standard run report form
- Emergency Medical Service agency licensure
- Stretcher Aid Van licensure
- Emergency Medical Response Agency Certification
- Trauma Systems Development
EMS Staff facilitate the work of the Oklahoma Trauma and Emergency Response Advisory Council (OTERAC). The Council advises the Commissioner of Health and the Board of Health on EMS issues.
In late 2005 Governor Brad Henry convened the EMS Readiness Task Force to review the major challenges to EMS in Oklahoma and recommend action. Governor's EMS Readiness Task Force Final Report (953k .pdf)
Communicable Disease Exposure Process
If you believe you are exposed to a communicable disease in the performance of your duties as an EMT, you and your employer have certain rights and responsibilities, including reporting the exposure to the Oklahoma State Department of Health on the appropriate forms. You can get information and copies of the form here:
HIV- Communicable Disease Risk Exposure Report Form.pdf
Location: 1000 N.E. 10th , Room 1104, Oklahoma City, Ok 73117
Phone: 405-271-4027 Fax: 405-271-4240 E-Mail: Esystems@health.ok.gov