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REMSCO

The Mountain Lakes Regional Emergency Medical Services Council (REMSCO) carries out its responsibilities pursuant to Article 30 of the New York State Public Health Law and Part 800 of the NYS CCRR. This Council, comprised of 30 members, has representation from: out-of-hospital emergency medical care providers from the fire service; community volunteers, not-for-profit and commercial ambulance service sectors; physicians; nurses; health planning agencies; hospitals; police services; county government; the business community; and other constituencies promoting good health. By statute, the Council is charged with several responsibilities including coordination of emergency medical services in the Mountain Lakes Region.

Mountain Lakes REMSCO/REMAC Meeting Schedule:

2023 Mountain Lakes REMAC REMSCO Meeting Schedule by North Country EMS on Scribd

Mountain Lakes REMSCO Membership:

Last NameFirst NameREMSCO Affiliation County Term Expires
Bashaw IIJohnFranklin4/31/2022
BashawPattyEssex4/31/2026
BeechingJeffClinton1/31/2025
CampbellVickyWashington1/31/2025
CatalfamoEricWarren7/31/2024
DemarseRobbieFranklin4/30/2023
DumasCraigFranklin4/30/2023
FishLisaEssex4/31/2022
GuyMickiWarrenN/A (County Coordinator)
HamiltonAdrieneWashington4/31/2022
HarwoodScottFranklinN/A (County Coordinator)
MasonBruceWashingtonN/A (County Coordinator)
RiversAsheyWarren4/30/2025
SchwartsJamesClinton1/31/2026
TaylorBryseEssexN/A (County Coordinator)
TimsJohnWarren1/31/2026
TreanorStormClintonN/A (County Coordinator)
TrombleyTammyClinton1/31/2026
WattsMattEssex1/31/2025
ZinnPaulWashington4/31/2022

Mountain Lakes REMAC

The Regional Emergency Medical Advisory Committees (REMAC) is charged with developing policies, procedures, and triage, treatment, and transportation protocols that are consistent with the standards of the state emergency medical advisory committee and which address specific local conditions. Quality assurance initiatives and the overall clinical operation of the Mountain Lakes Emergency Medical Services System are also among the primary goals of the REMAC.

Mountain Lakes REMAC Membership

Dr. Tiffany Bombard- Chair (TbombardMD@cvph.org)

Dr. John Broderick

Dr. Ryan Clouser

Dr. Katrina Kardos

Dr. Matthew Morgan

Dr. Craig Richards

Tammy Trombley

Dr. William Viscardo

Dr. Tom Williams

Patricia Bashaw

Dr. Dianna Bryan

Dr. Doug Girling

Dr. Ben Katz

Dr. Michael Pond

Dr. Emmanuel Saint Jean

Dr. Guiseppe Ventre

Dr. Ashley Weisman


Past Meetings:


CON Application Fee Schedule 

Transfer – $5,000 per application 

New or Expansion of Territory – $7,500 per application 

* All CON application fees will be deposited into a special checking account. These funds will be used to pay for application-related expenses. Any remaining funds, post CON vote/completion of actions, will be returned to the applicant. 


Regional ALS Agency Application

Click here to Read REMAC Advisory 02-2019

As outlined in 02-2019, to apply for new authority or renew current authority, agency leadership must submit a copy of the agency’s NYS DOH BEMS Ambulance Operating Certificate application (include all attachments) to the Mountain Lakes office. You may email to paperwork@fdrhpo.org, fax to 315-755-2022, or mail to FDRHPO EMS Program Agency, 120 Washington Street, Suite 230, Watertown, NY 13601. The agency must also include the following documents:

  • Current NYS DOH BEMSTS Operating Certificate
  • Current NYS DOH Controlled Substance License (if applicable)
  • Copy of agency coverage schedules (current, and past 3 months,) a written explanation, and any call statistics you’d like the REMAC to consider.
  • Insurance certificate which shows a minimum of one million dollars medical malpractice insurance, one million dollars general liability, and appropriate vehicle coverage.
  • Signed Agency Medical Director Endorsement Form (Located below)

Medical Director Authorization/Endorsement Form