(B) Eligible grantees are limited to the following:
(1) EMS organizations with the main responsibility of providing continuous emergency medical services to the community pursuant to requests and/or calls from the public for emergency medical service response. Such EMS organizations must also meet one of the following:
(a) The EMS organization must be established or operated by a township, municipality, village, city, county, joint fire district, joint ambulance district, or joint township fire district within the state;
(b) The EMS organization must provide services, pursuant to a contract or letter, to a township, municipality, village, city, county, joint fire district, joint ambulance district, or joint township fire district within the state.
(C) Grant applicants must provide to the division documentation of eligibility in accordance with the grant application form.
(D) Eligible grantees must comply with all applicable provisions of Chapter 4765. of the Revised Code and this chapter.
(E) An EMS organization's failure to report as required under section 4765.06 of the Revised Code and Chapter 4765-4 of the Administrative Code may result in ineligibility status for purposes of the emergency medical services grant program established under section 4765.07 of the Revised Code and as provided in this chapter.
(F) Effective January 1, 2013, if an EMS organization's medical director fails to meet the minimum qualifications established in rule 4765-3-05 of the Administrative Code, the EMS organization may be ineligible for the grant program established under section 4765.07 of the Revised Code and as provided in this chapter.
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 11/16/2011 and 11/16/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: R.C. 4765.06 , R.C. 4765.07 , R.C. 4765.11
Rule Amplifies: R.C. 4765.06 , R.C. 4765.07
Prior Effective Dates: 10/1/95, 2/22/99, 6/ 29/01, 1/13/02, 12/30/04, 12/29/08