Prairieville man appointed to advisory council

Staff reports

BATON ROUGE – Gov. Bobby Jindal announced the appointment of John Capone III of Prairieville to the Emergency Medical Services for Children Advisory Council.

Capone is the owner of Neuro Diagnostic Associates, a medical diagnostics company, and a member of the American Society of Neurophysiological Monitoring. Capone will serve as an at-large member who is a parent of a child under the age of 18, as required by statute.

The council is a federally funded state board that serves to advise the Department of Health and Hospitals and the coordinator of the Emergency Medical Services for Children Program on all matters concerning emergency medical services for children. Funding is provided by the Federal EMSC Program through the EMSC National Resource Center and the National EMSC Data Analysis Resource Center.