PUBLIC HEALTH ADVISORY CONCERNING FENTANYL AND FENTANYL-LACED SUBSTANCES

Emergency Medical Services

Complaints

If You Have a Problem with an Ambulance Service

Many complaints arise from misunderstandings. You may be able to resolve complaints by direct communication with the service director. If you are not satisfied with the response, you may file a complaint with the Office of Emergency Medical Services (EMS).

What Can the EMS Board Do?

If formal charges are filed by the Department and the Board determines that there has been a violation of a statue or rule, the Board may choose from the following actions:

  • Reprimand the license holder
  • Suspend the license
  • Revoke the license
  • Dismiss the complaint
  • Approve a monetary civil penalty
  • Impose probation
  • A combination of the above

How to File a Complaint

Complaints are investigated by the EMS Regional Staff and the findings are reviewed to determine if violations have occurred.

If you wish to file a complaint, you need to submit it in writing by downloading the form from the link above. If you are unable to access the form you can call (615)741-2584 to obtain a copy. Submit your complaint to:

TN DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
OFFICE OF EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
665 MAINSTREAM DRIVE, 2ND FLOOR
NASHVILLE, TN 37243
ATTN: COMPLAINT INTAKE