alert icon Our office is working closely with the Kentucky Department for Public Health to bring EMS the most up to date resources in a central location.

Executive Committee

Purpose and Scope

1) Executive committee. The executive committee shall address legislative issues and proposals and review administrative regulations for submission to the board including:

(a) Recommending to the board promulgation of administrative regulations, amendment of administrative regulations, or repeal of administrative regulations relating to:

1. All levels of personnel licensed or certified by the board and ambulance services licensed or certified by the board;
2. Rules and operating procedures for the board and each of its standing committees and task forces;
3. EMS Grant Program; and
4. EMS for Children Program;

(b) Serving as a resource for board staff:

1. In reviewing applications regarding requests for funding under programs administered by or overseen by the board;
2. With the development of funding programs or applications, including state and federal grants pertaining to EMS and monitoring and reviewing the grants once received by the board;
3. With creating and recommending to the board a biennial budget for the board prior to submission to appropriate state agencies;
4. With identifying, developing and recommending to the board sources of funding for its programs; and
5. In developing reimbursement programs and providing consult for emergency medical service providers.

(c) Making recommendations to the board regarding fees to be charged by the board.

Committee Members
tracey franklin headshot Tracey L. Franklin, Chair 
Joe Prewitt Joe Prewitt, Vice-Chair
Carlos Coyle Carlos Coyle
Jim Duke Jim Duke
William Haugh 2019

William Haugh 

Michael Reynolds

Michael Reynolds

David Webb

David Webb 


Ex Officio
Phil Dietz Phil Dietz, KBEMS Chair
Michael Poynter Mike Poynter, Executive Director
Chuck ONeal Chuck O'Neal, Deputy Executive Director

Meeting Schedule and Meeting Minutes.