|§ 9-4-4-9 PROVIDERS ADVISORY COMMITTEE.
The Mayor shall appoint a Providers Advisory Committee. The Mayor shall appoint one representative to the Committee from each EMS operator within the city and two representatives of all Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) employed by or providing services for these service providers. He shall appoint one EMT employed by the City Fire Department and one EMT employed by providers of ambulance services. The Providers Advisory Committee shall assist the Authority and the Board in the performance of their duties through advice and consultation. The Committee shall meet at the call of its chairperson upon the request of the Authority or the Board. Initial members shall have staggered terms and, thereafter, the term of appointment shall be for two years. If the County enters into a joint powers agreement pursuant to § 9-4-4-4(F), the Committee shall be increased by two members who shall be appointed by the County Commission. The Providers Advisory Committee shall elect its chairperson from among its members.
('74 Code, § 6-28-8) (Ord. 38-1989; Am. Ord. 12-1991; Am. Ord. 9-1993; Am. Ord. 40-1997)
§ 9-4-4-10 911 SYSTEM.
The 911 System shall be the focal point for:
(A) Receipt of all requests for assistance for and emergency transport of sick and injured persons.
(B) Dispatch of all responses to requests for assistance and emergency transport of sick and injured persons.
§ 9-4-4-11 PROCEDURES FOR BEING INCLUDED IN THE 911 SYSTEM.
(A) The Mayor shall enter into a contractual agreement with an operator to provide emergency transport ambulance services in the city pursuant to the 911 system. The application and request for proposal for such contract shall be subject to the City purchasing regulations.
(B) The Board shall review all applications and make recommendations to the Mayor.
(C) There shall be one contract awarded to provide emergency transport ambulance services, provided, however, that if the county enters into a joint powers agreement pursuant to § 9-4-4-4, there may be more than one contract.