Synopsis As Introduced Amends the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Systems Act. Provides that the Trauma Center Medical Directors or the Trauma Center Medical Directors Committee may consider Level III Trauma Centers in identifying the types of facilities in which patients can be cared for. Provides that Level II and Level III Trauma Centers shall have some essential services available in-house, 24 hours per day, and other essential services readily available. Provides that an Acute Injury Stabilization Center shall have a comprehensive emergency department capable of initial management and transfer of the acutely injured. Provides that the Department of Public Health shall have the authority to establish and enforce minimum standards for designation and re-designation of 3 levels of trauma centers that meet trauma center national standards (instead of minimum standards for designation as a Level I or Level II Trauma Center). Creates provisions concerning minimum standards for Level III Trauma Centers and Acute Injury Stabilization Centers. Makes other changes.