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Summary of Re-licensure Requirements for EMT-Paramedic

State of Missouri Requirements

Your Missouri EMT-P License is valid for a 5-year period. Within those 5 years you must obtain a total of 144 CEUs (Continuing Education Units), 96 of which must be core hours from the National Standard Curriculum. IHM offers Paramedic refresher classes, which award 48 core-hour CEUs upon completion. The state of Missouri also accepts on-line CEUs for re-licensure.

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National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians Requirements

Your National Registry EMT-P License is valid for a 2-year period. Within those 2 years you must complete a state approved National Standard EMT-Paramedic Refresher course and 48 additional hours of EMS education as outlined on the NREMT website adhering to the 1994 DOT EMT Basic Curriculum. Additionally, you must obtain CPR and ACLS certification and complete an additional 24 hours of continuing education.

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State of Illinois Requirements

Your Illinois EMT-P License is valid for a 4-year period. With in those 4 years you must obtain CPR, ITLS and ACLS certification, with 120 hours of continuing education with only 30 hours in each category. Illinois also accepts a limited number of On-Line CEUs for re-licensure.

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