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The mission of the Office of Emergency Medical Services is to be responsible for program development activities, including, but not limited to:
Public education and information programs, Regional council oversight,
Are you waiting for your EMR, EMT or AEMT certification to be processed?
Processing time for EMS Provider applications is 4-6 weeks.
This 4-6 week processing time begins when OEMS has received
all the documentation necessary for processing.
A few tips:
-make sure you've created an account in eLicense
To check the status of your application,
Reminders to all Certified & Licensed EMS Organizations...
Has your EMS organization had a change in leadership? If you have a new chief of service, please notify DPH/OEMS in writing on agency letterhead within ten business days. This will assure we have your organization's proper contact information for correspondence as well as Everbridge.
Do you need to drop off paperwork to OEMS? Our office is in a secure building. A drop-box is conveniently located at the 1st floor security desk at 410 Capitol Avenue to submit applications, fees or any other documents. Please schedule an appointment if you wish to meet with the staff. (Note: It is strongly recommended that all documentation be submitted via U.S. Mail, fax or email. Please remember, cash is not accepted.) Please visit our Contact Info Page to email the appropriate representative if you wish to schedule an appointment. You may find more information regarding who may be best suited to assist you on our About OEMS Page.
Investigation Complaint Form - Please use this form to report complaints regarding Connecticut EMS organizations or individual providers.
Primary Service Area lists are now available to download as a pdf. click on an image below to download a pdf of the listing by town or by EMS organization.
|OEMS General phone number: 860.509.7975|
Content Last Modified on 9/27/2017 4:20:02 PM