The Emergency Medical Services and Trauma Systems Program develops and regulates systems for quality emergency medical care in Oregon. This ensures that EMS Providers are fully trained, that emergency medical vehicles are properly equipped, and emergency medical systems are functioning efficiently and effectively.
Wild Land Fire Response Temporary License
The Oregon Department of Forestry Incident Management Teams, along with National Interagency Teams are currently deployed in Oregon. Regional compacts are also being utilized for the deployment of specific wild land fire resources to Oregon. New and existing fire threats elevate the need for immediate access to state resources including firefighting helicopters. This threat is not likely to recede in the near future.
The OHA has received a request to expedite limited license reciprocity for out of state EMS providers to assist with emergency medical needs of the staff on the fire response teams. We anticipate receiving additional requests for this EMS license recognition.
This information may also be found on the EMS Rules and Statutes page.
Oregon EMS Continuing Education Requirements
Please review Appendix 1 for the minimum continiung education requirements for EMS relicensing.
If you have any questions please contact the MTU program.
An assessed late fee of $40.00 will be added to each incomplete renewal application. Fingerprints and/or fingerprint fees must be received or postmarked by May 1, 2015 for your application to be considered complete.
2015 License Renewal Login Page
View the Step-by-Step guide for the renewal process.
Visit the Transition information page to review the new requirements.
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