The following are exempt from the licensing requirements of the Emergency Medical
Services Practice Act:
(1) The occasional use of a vehicle or aircraft not designated as an ambulance and
not ordinarily used in transporting patients or operating emergency care, rescue,
or resuscitation services;
(2) Vehicles or aircraft rendering services as an ambulance in case of a major catastrophe
or emergency when licensed ambulances based in the localities of the catastrophe or
emergency are incapable of rendering the services required;
(3) Ambulances from another state which are operated from a location or headquarters
outside of this state in order to transport patients across state lines, but no such
ambulance shall be used to pick up patients within this state for transportation to
locations within this state except in case of an emergency;
(4) Ambulances or emergency vehicles owned and operated by an agency of the United
States Government and the personnel of such agency;
(5) Except for the provisions of section 38-1232, physicians, physician assistants, registered nurses, or advanced practice registered
nurses, who hold current Nebraska licenses and are exclusively engaged in the practice
of their respective professions;
(6) Persons authorized to perform emergency care in other states when incidentally
working in Nebraska in response to an emergency situation; and
(7) Students under the supervision of (a) a licensed emergency care provider performing
emergency medical services that are an integral part of the training provided by an
approved training agency or (b) an organization accredited by the Commission on Accreditation
of Allied Health Education Programs for the level of training the student is completing.
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