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210 ILCS 50/3.115

    (210 ILCS 50/3.115)
    Sec. 3.115. Pediatric Trauma. Upon the availability of federal funds for pediatric care demonstration projects, the Department shall:
    (a) Convene a work group which will be charged with conducting a needs assessment of pediatric trauma care and with developing strategies to correct areas of need;
    (b) Contract with the University of Illinois School of Public Health to develop a secondary prevention program for parents;
    (c) Contract with an Illinois medical school to develop training and continuing medical education programs for physicians and nurses in treatment of pediatric trauma;
    (d) Contract with an Illinois medical school to develop and test triage and field scoring for pediatric trauma if the needs assessment by the work group indicates that current scoring is inadequate;
    (e) Support existing pediatric trauma programs and assist in establishing new pediatric trauma programs throughout the State;
    (f) Provide grants to EMS systems for special pediatric equipment for prehospital care based on needs identified by the work group; and
    (g) Provide grants to EMS systems and trauma centers for specialized training in pediatric trauma based on needs identified by the work group.
(Source: P.A. 89-177, eff. 7-19-95.)