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Missouri EMS Personnel are licensed as well... AND we have First Responders....EMT-I looks to be just around the corner...

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Nevada looks accurate, but I know for a fact that here in Carson County there's EMT-B, EMT-I, and EMT-P.. in Washoe County (Reno) there's EMT-B, EMT-I, and EMT-P.. even though I've heard many people reference paramedics in Reno as EMT-II's? :? I've never seen Advanced EMT anywhere in Nevada though, although I may be wrong because I haven't been all over Nevada yet.

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Advanced EMT for PA? Wow, I've never heard of that. I know we've got a ton of basics here, but I never have worked with an Advanced EMT. Hmmm weird. If there's anyone that is an Advanced EMT, PM me, cause I'd like to hear more about it.

Have a good one!

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Advanced EMT for PA? Wow, I've never heard of that. I know we've got a ton of basics here, but I never have worked with an Advanced EMT. Hmmm weird. If there's anyone that is an Advanced EMT, PM me, cause I'd like to hear more about it.

Have a good one!

They just created it through the Act 45 re write.

You should be hearing about it in the next 6 to 10 months

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Ohhh, see I didn't know that. Thanks for the update... but you said 6-10 months.. which means since I live out here, we may not know for a year. :wink:

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Missouri EMS Personnel are licensed as well... AND we have First Responders....EMT-I looks to be just around the corner...

AnatomyChick is 100% correct, the Missouri Unit of EMS is presently drafting the EMT-I scope of practice. Although there is presently not a requirement by the Missouri Unit of EMS, several colleges in Missouri are placing an emphasis on obtaining your AAS.

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Ohhh, see I didn't know that. Thanks for the update... but you said 6-10 months.. which means since I live out here, we may not know for a year. :wink:

For a year? Im impressed you have paramedics already out there? Or does farmer Bill tie up the horses and hop on the squad whenever theres a call? Does lassie lead him out to Timmy everytime?

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AnatomyChick is 100% correct, the Missouri Unit of EMS is presently drafting the EMT-I scope of practice. Although there is presently not a requirement by the Missouri Unit of EMS, several colleges in Missouri are placing an emphasis on obtaining your AAS.

Of COURSE I'm correct.... :D I'm already fielding calls left and right about the "I" program....

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