The Middlesex-London Emergency Services Authority Board is a municipal service board created under the authority of the Municipal Act, 2001. The Authority Board has been operational since October 11, 2011, and operates as an advisory Committee of County Council relating to land ambulance operations within the service delivery area.
The Authority Board, recommends topics for County Council to consider, reviews reports and makes recommendations to County Council, provides advice and input to the Middlesex-London Paramedic Service and more.
Values and Principles
The Authority Board adheres to four stated values: collaboration, integrity, respect and excellence. To ensure a consistent approach to making advisory recommendations to County Council, both staff and the Board of the Authority are guided by the following principles:
- Patient centred and focused on the whole person
Representatives (2022 Term):
- Councillor Cathy Burghardt-Jesson
- Councillor Kurtis Smith
- Councillor Brian Ropp
- Stephen Turner
- Bill Rayburn
For minutes and agendas from the Authority Board, please visit Middlesex County's Agendas and Minutes page.