New York EMS Cost Recovery Act included in 2023 State Budget

ArticleLast updated Monday, April 11, 2022
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Governor Kathy Hochul signed the 2023 New York State Budget that will, for the first time allow fire departments to recover the costs associated with providing emergency medical services (EMS) ambulance transportation. Thanks to the leadership of sponsors Senator John E. Brooks and Assemblyman D. Billy Jones, the EMS Cost Recovery Act will help fire department-based EMS providers throughout the State continue to provide life-saving medical services to New Yorkers. The inclusion of the language in the state budget was also made possible by the support of the leadership of both the Senate and the Assembly. The budget was signed by the Governor on April 9, 2022.

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