- Instructions on transitioning any existing Vermont EMS license to the new scope of practice can now be found in the Personnel Licensing section. Just locate the document that best fits your situation.
- Still have questions about transitioning? A list of Transition (Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) can also now be found in the Personnel Licensing section.
- Note to all Transporting (Ambulance) Services: This is an Important reminder to use drop forms when transferring patients to ED care unless you submit the entire SIREN chart prior to leaving the hospital.
To practice in Vermont, an EMS provider must hold a valid Vermont EMS certification (now referred to as a license). To renew your Vermont EMS license with a valid NREMT certification, locate and print off the appropriate recertification paperwork on the Documents page based on your level of Vermont licensure. Complete the recertification application, include a copy of your National Registry card, and submit to Vermont EMS.
Service administrators - Please review your rosters and be sure that your providers have valid Vermont credentials.
Contact Vermont EMS with questions or concerns.
Please RSVP to a particular meeting by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with:
- your name
- your agency
- which meeting you would like to attend
- whether you will be attending in person or via internet (helps us plan room size)
Meetings typically will be offered as Web-Ex (electronic) meetings as well as available for personal attendance. Information on connecting electronically and via telephone will be shared to all who RSVP to a particular meeting.
|Location at 108 Cherry Street||Web-Ex Internet Link||Audio Conferencing Information|
EMS District Leadership
|1st Thurs of every month at 1100 hrs||n/a||Click here||
734 141 663
password is VTEMS1 if joining by computer
|EMS Advisory Committee||
June 19 from 1300-1500 hrs
|108 Cherry, Room TBD||n/a||
New number as of 1/7/2013
Using WebEx for audio or video
Whenever possible, upcoming meetings will be accessible using phone (audio), internet or both using Web-Ex.
For the audio portion of the meeting:
Call-in toll-free number (US/Canada): 1-877-668-4493
Call-in toll number (US/Canada): +1-408-600-3600
Toll-free dialing restrictions: http://www.webex.com/pdf/tollfree_restrictions.pdf
For the internet portion of the meeting:
Click on the link below in the table
If requested, enter your name and email address.
If a password is required, enter the meeting password: abc123 (unless otherwise specified in the table below).
Follow the instructions that appear on your screen.
Vermont’s Emergency Medical Services System (EMS) is composed of approximately 180 licensed First Response and Ambulance services staffed by 3,000 certified EMS providers. These pre-hospital emergency care providers include First Responders/Emergency Care Attendants, EMT Basics, EMT Intermediates and Paramedics. The majority of our EMS providers are volunteers.
The Vermont Office of EMS and Injury Prevention is the state office responsible for EMS regulation and system development. The EMS Office licenses EMS organizations, provides ambulance inspections, administers certification exams for EMS providers and is active in system development and injury prevention programs.
Email: Vermont EMS
Phone: 802-863-7310; 1-800-244-0911 (toll free in Vermont only)