2005 Minnesota Statutes - 144E.10 — Ambulance service licensing.


144E.10 Ambulance service licensing.
Subdivision 1. License required. No natural person, partnership, association, corporation, or unit of government may operate an ambulance service within this state unless it possesses a valid license to do so issued by the board. The license shall specify the base of operations, the primary service area, and the type or types of ambulance service for which the licensee is licensed. The licensee shall obtain a new license if it wishes to expand its primary service area, or to provide a new type or types of service.
Subd. 2. Requirements for new licenses. The board shall not issue a license authorizing the operation of a new ambulance service, provision of a new type or types of ambulance service by an existing service, or an expanded primary service area for an existing service unless the requirements of this section and sections 144E.101 to 144E.127 and 144E.18 are met.
HIST: 1997 c 199 s 5; 1999 c 245 art 9 s 23,65

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