641—131. 4 (147A) Emergency medical care providers—certification, renewal standards, procedures, continuing education, and fees



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131.4(3) Certification transition.

a. An individual certified as a first responder based on the 1996 National Standard Curriculum for First Responders, an EMT-B, an EMT-I, an EMT-P or a PS shall complete the following certification transition requirements. Transition documents for each level are available through the Iowa Department of Public Health, Bureau of EMS, Lucas State Office Building, Des Moines, Iowa 50319-0075, or the bureau of EMS Web site (www.idph.state.ia.us/ems).

b. FR transition to EMR.

(1) The FR shall complete training identified in the FR to EMR Documentation (January 2011).

(2) The FR shall verify completion of training on the Affirmative Renewal of Certification Application by the certification’s regular expiration date prior to October 1, 2014.

(3) An FR who does not complete the transition requirements will not satisfy the renewal requirements for the certification period immediately prior to October 1, 2014.

c. EMT-B transition to EMT.

(1) The EMT-B shall complete training identified in the EMT-B to EMT Documentation (January 2011).

(2) The EMT-B shall verify completion of training on the Affirmative Renewal of Certification Application by the certification’s regular expiration date prior to April 1, 2015.

(3) An EMT-B who does not complete the transition requirements will not satisfy the renewal requirements for the certification period immediately prior to April 1, 2015.

d. EMT-I transition to AEMT.

(1) The EMT-I shall submit documentation of training identified in the EMT-I to AEMT Documentation (January 2011) to the department.

(2) The EMT-I shall successfully complete the NREMT computer-based AEMT examination.

(3) A provider certified as an EMT-I who has not completed the transition to AEMT will be issued an EMT certification on April 1, 2016.

e. EMT-P transition to paramedic.

(1) The EMT-P shall submit documentation of training identified in the EMT-P to Paramedic Documentation (January 2011) to the department.

(2) The EMT-P shall successfully complete the NREMT computer-based paramedic examination.

(3) A provider certified as an EMT-P who has not completed the transition to paramedic will be issued an AEMT certification on April 1, 2018.

f. PS transition to paramedic.

(1) The PS shall complete training identified in the PS to Paramedic Documentation (January 2011).

(2) The PS shall verify completion of training on the Affirmative Renewal of Certification Application by the certification’s regular expiration date prior to April 1, 2015.

(3) A PS who does not complete the transition requirements will not satisfy the renewal requirements for the certification period immediately prior to April 1, 2015.




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