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LEGAL NOTICE

May 8, 2013

STATE OF MINNESOTA BEFORE THE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES REGULATORY BOARD NOTICE OF COMPLETED APPLICATION
STATE OF MINNESOTA

BEFORE THE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES

REGULATORY BOARD

NOTICE OF COMPLETED APPLICATION


In the Matter of the License Application of Allina Health EMS St. Paul, Minnesota

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Emergency Medical Services Regulatory Board (hereinafter EMSRB) has received a completed application from Allina Health EMS, St. Paul, Minnesota, for Expansion of Primary Service Area to provide statewide ambulance service under Advanced Life Support (ALS) Specialized license #0220.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to Minnesota Statutes 144E.11, subdivision 3, each municipality, county, community health board, governing body of a regional emergency medical services system, ambulance service and other person wishing to make recommendations concerning the disposition of the application, shall make written recommendations or comments opposing the application to the EMSRB within 30 days or by May 30, 2013, 4:30 p.m.

Written recommendations or comments opposing the application should be sent to: Pamela Biladeau, Executive Director, EMSRB, 2829 University Avenue, S.E., Suite 310, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55414-3222. If no more than five comment opposing the application are received ruing the comment period, and the EMSRB approves the application, the applicant will be exempt from a contested case hearing, pursuant to Minnesota Statutes 144E.11, subdivision 4(a). IF more than five comments in opposition to the application are received during the comment period, or the EMSRB denies the application, the applicant may immediately request a contested case hearing, or may try to resolve the objections of the public and/or the EMSRB within 30 days, pursuant to Minnesota Statutes 144E.11, subdivision 5(a), (b). If the applicant initially requests a contested case hearing, one will be scheduled and notice of the hearing given pursuant to Minnesota Statutes 144E.11, subdivision 5(c)-(e).

Dated: April 10, 2013

Pamela Biladeau, Executive Director

S, 5/8/2013


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