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All nationally certified providers
due to recertify by September 30, 2016:

There are 70 days left to submit
your recertification application
and remain Nationally certified.


WELCOME TO THE NATIONAL REGISTRY OF EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIANS WEBSITE

The single most important goal of the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) is to offer assurance that EMS personnel providing treatment to patients—at their highest moment of need—are competent. The NREMT was founded in 1970 as a result of the recommendations made by the Committee on Highway Traffic Safety. This committee proposed a national certification agency to establish uniform standards for training and examination of personnel active in the delivery of emergency ambulance service. Read more about NREMT's history...


The National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians' Winter 2016 Newsletter has been published! Download a Copy

Some of the main topics include:

  • NRP Psychomotor Examination and Regional Scenario Development Workshop Update
  • 2016 Transition Guidelines
  • AHA Guideline 2015 Implementation
  • NCCP Recertification
  • Certification Tips for US Navy Corpsman Transitioning to Civilian Workforce
  • Research Update
  • Webinar and Conference Schedules
  • FAQs


E-card Now Available

Nationally certified EMS providers may now print their National EMS Certification card through their NREMT account by selecting the card type of "No, I will print my own card" when submitting an electronic recertification application. The electronic card (e-card) will be available immediately after the NREMT has accepted and approved the individual's recertification for the current season.

To print your card, login to your NREMT account, click on 'My Certification' then select 'Print Card.'


NCCA Accreditation

With a commitment to excellence, the NREMT holds accreditation from The National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA), which is the accreditation arm of The National Organization for Competency Assurance (NOCA). The NCCA is recognized as the authority on accreditation standards for professional certification organizations and programs. NCCA accreditation means that the standards set by the NREMT have been reviewed by the NCCA and deemed credible for ensuring the health, welfare and safety of the public.

Did you know?

The EMS Agenda for the Future, published in 1996 by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), proposed a vision for the transition of existing EMS agencies into a broader public health role.