2019 Alaska Statutes
Title 18. Health, Safety, Housing, Human Rights, and Public Defender
Chapter 08. Emergency Medical Services
Sec. 18.08.084. Certificate required.

Universal Citation: AK Stat § 18.08.084 (2019)

(a) One may not represent oneself, nor may an agency or business represent an agent or employee of that agency or business, as an emergency medical dispatcher, emergency medical technician, or emergency medical technician instructor certified by the state unless the person represented is certified for that occupation under AS 18.08.082.

(b) A person, organization, or government agency may not represent itself as an emergency medical service or ambulance service certified by the state unless the person, organization, or government agency is certified as an emergency medical service under AS 18.08.082.

(c) A person may not provide, offer, or advertise to provide advanced life support services outside a hospital unless authorized by law.

(d) A person, organization, or government agency that provides, offers, or advertises to provide an emergency medical service may not provide advanced life support services unless authorized under AS 18.08.082.

(e) A hospital, clinic, or other entity may not represent itself as being a trauma center unless it is certified under AS 18.08.082 as meeting the criteria established for a trauma center.

(f) A person, organization, or government agency may not offer or conduct a training course that is represented as a course for mobile intensive care paramedics unless the person, organization, or agency is certified under AS 18.08.082 to offer or conduct that course.

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