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Health Minister Kelvin Goertzen has announced fifteen Manitobans will serve on a transitional council that will guide implementation of a college of paramedics.  Membership on the council includes emergency medical responders, primary care advanced care and fire fighter paramedics as well as public representatives.


Three people from the north will be on the Council including Brenna Eastman who is a paramedic working as a regional quality officer for the Northern Health Region from Creighton, Christine Greer an emergency medical dispatcher with the Manitoba Medical Transportation Co-ordination Centre from The Pas and Cameron Ritzer an emergency medical services regional manager with the Northern Health Region from The Pas.


The Regulated Health Professions Act will bring all regulated health professionals under one umbrella piece of legislation and sets out a new way of regulating who does what in the provision of health services based on the concept of regulating specific health procedures.

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