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Jason Winslow, M.D. - Chairman
The Regional Emergency Medical Advisory Committee (REMAC) is charged with establishing an effective means for physician input into the development of Emergency Medical Service policy relative to EMS patient care delivery, certification and training. The development of treatment protocols, Quality Assurance initiatives, and the overall medical operation of the Suffolk County Emergency Medical Services System are the primary goals of the REMAC.
The REMAC consists of eleven (11) appointed voting physician representatives of each of the Region's hospital Emergency Departments, the Regional EMS System Medical Director, and also fourteen (14) voting physician members-at-large from various medical fields including pediatrics, trauma surgery and burn care, psychiatry and neurology. There are also five (5) appointed non-voting members from the Suffolk County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Division, Medical Control and REMSCO, and fifteen (15) non-voting members-at-large who bring expertise and experience in field pre-hospital emergency care at the BLS and ALS levels, EMS leadership, and in EMS provider training and education. Each REMAC member who is not appointed, serves for a two (2) year term and is elected at the November meeting for the term to begin in the upcoming year. Applicants to the REMAC for at-large positions may apply to the Membership and Nominations sub-committee on a rolling basis.
The REMAC meets on the fourth Tuesday of every other month, starting in January, at 7:00 p.m. at LOCATION TO BE DETERMINED.
Meeting dates for 2020 are: January 28 held at the Suffolk County Fire Academy, 103 East Avenue, Yaphank, March 24 held at the Suffolk County Fire Academy, 103 East Avenue, Yaphank, May 26 RESCHEDULED for June 16 NO in-person meeting, teleconference only. Anyone wishing to attend needs to email Christopher Nuccio at email@example.com for call in instructions., July 14 MEETING CANCELLED, September 15 and November 24.
The REMAC welcomes input from the emergency response community. If there are special concerns or questions that you feel REMAC should consider, the meetings are open to the public and you are welcome to attend.
The summary of the previous meeting can be read by clicking here.