Oregon Oregon Health Authority, Public Health Division

Rule Rule 333-265-0070
Out-of-State EMS Provider Rendering Patient Care in Oregon


(1)

Any person who provides prehospital emergency or non-emergency care in Oregon must be licensed as an Oregon EMS provider and function under an Authority-approved EMS medical director.

(2)

Oregon EMS provider licensure is not required when:

(a)

Specifically exempted by ORS 682.035 (Application of ORS chapter 682);

(b)

An out-of-state licensed EMS provider is transporting a patient through the state;

(c)

An out-of-state licensed EMS provider is caring for and transporting a patient from an Oregon medical facility to an out-of-state medical facility or other out-of-state location;

(d)

An out-of-state licensed EMS provider is caring for and transporting a patient originating from outside of Oregon to a medical facility or other location in Oregon; or

(e)

A disaster or public health emergency has been declared under ORS chapter 401 or 433 and licensing provisions have been waived by the Governor.
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Jun. 8, 2021