If so, renewal is now open at both the NREMT and the MA OEMS site. NREMT.org replaces the massemt.org site for MA-only EMTs
Due to the COVID State of Emergency, your EMT card will not expire until June 30,2021, BUT you must complete all of your Recert Education by 3/31/2021 All Education can be completed online this year only!
You are actively working and affiliated with an agency that provides patient care. (with or without an ambulance) You will work with your Agency's Designated Training Officer to participate in training and complete all recert requirements.
Unaffiliated: You are not actively working in pre-hospital patient care in Massachusetts. If you are Nationally-Registered, you will select 'inactive' as your "my certification' status at NREMT:
If you are Massachusetts-Only (No NREMT certification), and your residence is in Region 1, you must affliate with WMEMS Region 1 office and we will act as your Training Officer. You will enter your education into your transcript, assign your education into the required categories and fill out your application. Once the application is submitted WMEMS will review your education for approval. You can save time by uploading your proof of education into your transcript. Otherwise you must provide copies to our office by email, fax or US mail.
Review all renewal instructions and get the link to see your expiration status:
Are you taking a nursing/PA/RT program, or college classes to prep for them or other healthcare positions? If so, you may be able to obtain special credit towards the Local and Individual portions of your requirements.
HERE is the new special credit form you need to fill out and submit with backup documentation to OEMS.
Don't delay, it can take a month or more to review the documents. Be sure to have backup education and your NCCR squared away just in case.
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