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Monday, May 19, 2008

Rep. Causer Introduces Bill To Creat EMS Commissioner


WESB News: 05/19/08 - Bill Would Create EMS Commissioner

State Representative Marty Causer has introduced legislation to create the Office of the State Director of Emergency Medical Services within the Department of Health.

"We have a police commissioner in Pennsylvania. We have a fire commissioner, but there is no EMS commissioner," Causer says. "I think this is an important piece of legislation to enhance our emergency medical services.

Causer has been an EMS volunteer for many years and says the system is good, but could be better. "An elevated EMS office will allow us to give more attention to EMS issues and better coordinate EMS services across the Commonwealth," he says.

The bill has 49 co-sponsors and was referred to the House Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness Committee for consideration.

Howard Beale said...

My thanks to Mr Causer for thinking of a new way to add to the bureaucracy. I'm sure it will help the EMS prepare for the increase in heart failures which will occur when people open their electric bills after deregulation takes place. May I be the first to nominate Wilbur for the post.

Anonymous Wilbur said...

I'd be happy to take the post. Anything would be better than working at Empereon Marketing

Monday, May 19, 2008 5:25:00 PM EDT

Anonymous said...

jim
wibur must be a very smart man
you were lucky to get such an employee, but would you want to corrupt him by letting him go into politics? and how right mr beale is
with gas ,electric, natural gas all skyrocketing we are all going to have heart attacks soon while the fat cats get fatter at our expense. anybody know where i can trade my truck for a horse and buggy?

nuff said

MDH said...

I would like to express my thanks to Rep. Causer for getting the ball rolling on this. This is something that was suggested in the SR 60 report several years ago and is FAR over due. This is something that will be supported by the emergency services community.

To those that are putting their knocks on this idea..... my suggestion to you is to go to your nearest Fire/Ambulance hall and pickup an application today. You apparently have a lot of free time on your hands that could be better spent helping your community. For those of you that are unfamiliar with the SR report, you can find a copy of it here: http://www.osfc.state.pa.us/osfc/lib/osfc/sr_60_report_-_final_report.pdf
I highly suggest that you read it.

Howard Beale said...

Perhaps Wilbur & Mr Causer could travel to Philadelphia on Wed to attend the town hall meeting (Breakfast included) held by former US Comptroller - David Walker to understand the coming economic firestorm coming our way.

http://www.petergpetersonfoundation.org/


Our Economy in Peril: What Washington Insiders Aren't Telling You


The Big Talker Big Money Financial Literacy Series
hosted by: Steve Cordasco
featuring: David M. Walker, President and CEO of the Peter G. Peterson Foundation and Former U.S. Comptroller General

May 21, 2008
7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
The Union League in Philadelphia

The Big Talker 1210am will host a breakfast to promote the understanding of both the nature and urgency of key financial sustainability issues including:
What we are hearing and not hearing from the presidential candidates about the nation's fiscal health.
How the next president can lead the country out of our $53 trillion fiscal hole.
It's not just mortgages Washington has a “super sub-prime problem,” too.
Why Americans must quit following the bad example of their federal government by increasing their savings and reducing their relative debt burdens.
The need for fiscal literacy in America


5 comments :

Howard Beale said...

My thanks to Mr Causer for thinking of a new way to add to the bureaucracy. I'm sure tt will help the EMS prepare for the increase in heart failures which will occur when people open their electric bills after deregulation takes place. May I be the first to nominate Wilbur for the post.

Wilbur said...

I'd be happy to take the post. Anything would be better than working at Empereon Marketing

Anonymous said...

jim
wibur must be a very smart man
you were lucky to get such an employee, but would you want to corrupt him by letting him go into politics? and how right mr beale is
with gas ,electric, natural gas all skyrocketing we are all going to have heart attacks soon while the fat cats get fatter at our expense. anybody know where i can trade my truck for a horse and buggy?

nuff said

MDH said...

I would like to express my thanks to Rep. Causer for getting the ball rolling on this. This is something that was suggested in the SR 60 report several years ago and is FAR over due. This is something that will be supported by the emergency services community.

To those that are putting their knocks on this idea..... my suggestion to you is to go to your nearest Fire/Ambulance hall and pickup an application today. You apparently have a lot of free time on your hands that could be better spent helping your community. For those of you that are unfamiliar with the SR report, you can find a copy of it here: http://www.osfc.state.pa.us/osfc/lib/osfc/sr_60_report_-_final_report.pdf
I highly suggest that you read it.

Howard Beale said...

Perhaps Wilbur & Mr Causer could travel to Philadelphia on Wed to attend the town hall meeting (Breakfast included) held by former US Comptroller - David Walker to understand the coming economic firestorm coming our way.

http://www.petergpetersonfoundation.org/


Our Economy in Peril: What Washington Insiders Aren't Telling You


The Big Talker Big Money Financial Literacy Series
hosted by: Steve Cordasco
featuring: David M. Walker, President and CEO of the Peter G. Peterson Foundation and Former U.S. Comptroller General

May 21, 2008
7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
The Union League in Philadelphia

The Big Talker 1210am will host a breakfast to promote the understanding of both the nature and urgency of key financial sustainability issues including:
What we are hearing and not hearing from the presidential candidates about the nation's fiscal health.
How the next president can lead the country out of our $53 trillion fiscal hole.
It's not just mortgages Washington has a “super sub-prime problem,” too.
Why Americans must quit following the bad example of their federal government by increasing their savings and reducing their relative debt burdens.
The need for fiscal literacy in America