EMS

I Just Completed My Code One EMT Class, What’s Next?

First of all, congratulations!  Code One is proud to maintain the highest standards for its students.  Successful completion of your class is an accomplishment to be proud of.  That puts you one step closer to your goal of working in the Emergency Medical Services (EMS).  But what should your next steps be? Can I start …

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2021 Massachusetts EMS Recertification Guide

Massachusetts Office of Emergency Medical Services oversees the recertification process for EMT, AEMT, and Paramedic credentialed EMS providers. We’ve outlined the recertification process for Massachusetts, provided some helpful links, and answered frequently asked questions. Information on this page was accurate at time of publishing and is regularly reviewed and updated. Always confirm the rules, regulations, …

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2021 Arkansas EMS Recertification Guide

Arkansas Department of Health oversees the recertification process for EMT, AEMT, and Paramedic credentialed EMS providers. We’ve outlined the recertification process for Arkansas, provided some helpful links, and answered frequently asked questions. Information on this page was accurate at time of publishing and is regularly reviewed and updated. Always confirm the rules, regulations, and processes …

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2021 Connecticut EMS Recertification Guide

UPDATE: NREMT limits on distributive learning have been reinstated. Live hours may be completed through virtual instructor-led training offered in Code One’s Continuing Education program. Connecticut’s Office of Emergency Medical Services made several changes to the recertification process for state certified Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs). These substantive changes took effect January 1, 2020. We’ve outlined …

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Connecticut OEMS Discontinues EMT for Healthcare Provider Pathway

This week we learned that the Connecticut Office of Emergency Medical Services (OEMS) is immediately terminating the endorsement pathway to obtain Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) certification as a state licensed healthcare professional. Under the years old provision, Connecticut licensed physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and registered nurses were able to obtain EMT certification by completing …

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