Online Public Comment Submission
The San Diego County EMS Office develops and implements policies and protocols to support the organized EMS delivery system. County EMS Policy S-002 establishes the process for approving these documents.
Stakeholder input is a critical element in the policy and protocol development process.
Using the web form below, please submit comments on each policy during the public comment period. A separate submission is required for each policy.
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Public Comment Policies
- Draft Policies Open for Public Comment
Draft Policies Coming Soon for Public Comment
Policy Section Draft Policy Title Comment Round Current Policy S-307 Continuing Education for Prehospital Personnel 1 S-307
Draft Policies Concluded for Public Comment
Policy Section Draft Policy Title Comment Period Comments Received S-610 Transfer of Care Guidelines
(Track Change Version)
Jan 5 - Feb 4, 2024 S-610 Comments S-TBD Ambulance Patient Offload Mitigation Practices Jan 5 - Feb 4, 2024 S-TBD Comments S-400 Management of Controlled Drugs on ALS Units (Track Change Version) Apr 14 - May 13, 2023 S-400 Comments S-416 Supply and Resupply of Designated EMS Agencies and Vehicles (Track Change Version) Apr 14 - May 13, 2023 S-416 Comments S-TBD LEMSA Data Use and Standards Jan 30 - Mar 1, 2023 S-TBD Comments
Approved Policies for Implementation
Public Comment Submission
Please complete this form to submit public comments on draft policies to the EMS Office.
|Policy Revision Process
|A policy is defined as: A written set of rules, requirements, or principles applied to accomplish a course of action.
|*Policy drafts may require additional public comment periods and policy amendments.
|Clinical Protocol Revision Process
A protocol is defined as: Written directives and guidance used for patient treatment and disposition.
Protocols are reviewed through the EMS Medical Director's Advisory Committee (also known as the Base Station Physician's Committee or BSPC). Protocol comments are generally collected in the fall to be incorporated into the annual protocol revision cycle.