Division of Emergency Medical Services and Trauma - 391-0268-19
Description of Agency
The Division of Emergency Medical Services and Trauma (DET), Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS), serves to better protect the health and well-being of Michigan citizens through the administration and continuous improvement of emergency medical services (EMS) and a Statewide trauma system. DET is responsible for the administration of license and inspection requirements for EMS personnel, life support agencies, and life support vehicles; the oversight of EMS education programs; and the implementation and evaluation of a Statewide trauma system. There were approximately 28,800 EMS providers, 800 life support agencies, and 3,800 life support vehicles licensed in Michigan as of August 2019. In fiscal year 2018, DET expended $5.4 million on salaries, wages, and administrative expenses. As of July 2019, DET had 35 employees.
- To assess the effectiveness of MDHHS’s efforts to appropriately administer licensing and inspection requirements for EMS personnel, agencies, and vehicles.
- To assess the effectiveness of MDHHS’s oversight of EMS education programs.
- To assess the effectiveness of MDHHS’s efforts to implement and evaluate a Statewide trauma system in compliance with requirements.
Estimated Release Date: Early 2021
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