OAR 333-250-0240
Surrender of License


An ambulance service license is non-transferable.


When an owner sells or closes the ambulance service, the owner must:


Provide a minimum 30-days written notice of the intent to cease operation to the Authority;


Provide the required notice as prescribed in the county ASA plan to the county health department and the ASA authority in which the ambulance service operates; and


Take such other actions as may be determined to be necessary by the Authority or the county health department, or the ASA authority to assure the smooth transition to a new ambulance service provider, including but not limited to permitting the continued operation of the existing provider for more than the required period of legal notice or making equipment and supplies available to an interim ambulance service provider.


Within 10 days of final closing of the ambulance service sale, the owner must return the ambulance service license to the Authority.


An owner may not terminate the ambulance service business or otherwise cease operations in violation of any provisions, rules or ordinances established under the provision of ORS chapter 682.

Source: Rule 333-250-0240 — Surrender of License, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=333-250-0240.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 333-250-0240’s source at or​.us