(A) Each licensed ambulette service shall maintain accurate records concerning the transportation of each client;
All client transportation records shall be generated and completed immediately upon completion of the transport and shall include the following:
(1) Client name;
(2) Address of:
(a) Client pick up location; and
(b) Client destination (drop off location);
(3) Date and time of:
(a) Ambulette arrival at client pick up location; and
(b) Ambulette arrival at client destination (drop off location);
(4) Name or ID number of ambulette driver.
(B) Each licensed ambulette service shall maintain a current certificate of liability insurance issued by an insurer licensed to do business in this state that includes a thirty day notice of cancellation to the board in compliance with the terms set forth in Chapter 4766. of the Revised Code listing Ohio medical transportation board as certificate holder.
(C) A licensed ambulette service shall make all client transportation record(s) and ambulette maintenance/repair records available to the board or its designee, upon demand, during any inspection, announced or unannounced.
(D) Client transportation records shall be maintained by the licensee for a period of seven years after the date of transport.