Emergency Medical Services

Notification of Public Hearing

The Interstate Commission for EMS Personnel Practice announces a public meeting and rulemaking hearing on February 21, 2024. Click here for more details. 

Georgia EMS Workforce Distribution dashboard hosted by GDAC 

Georgia EMS Education dashboard hosted by GDAC 

EMS Annual Report 2021-2022

An overview of EMS data that provides an operating report, organization description, and basic statistical data of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) in Georgia. 

GBI Georgia Applicant Processing Service (GAPS) has changed the fingerprint process for Georgia

The new GBI vendor for fingerprint processing, Fieldprint is available for fingerprint registration. If you have a Fieldprint account for another state, you must use the new system to register for a Georgia account.

Georgia Medic License Renewals Open from 10/1/23 - 3/31/24

  • 2024 Medic License Renewal (for those with a March 31, 2024 expiration) 
  • Step 1: Confirm all 40 hours of Continuing Education hours are entered in the system. See the detailed steps for instructions to enter courses into your education report. 
  • Step 2: Complete the Georgia Medic Renewal Application. See the detailed steps

Revised Minimum Equipment and Supplies for EMS Licensed Vehicles

The Department worked with EMSAC to develop revised/updated Vehicle Inspection Forms for all the vehicles licensed by OEMST.

Modifications made:

  • New format
  • Now includes the operational items we have always inspected
  • Items removed
  • Items added
  • Items changed in quantity

These forms/criteria are in effect as of January 1, 2023. Click here to review the new forms which are listed under the Vehicle Inspection Forms section. 

2022 NHTSA EMS Reassessment. Click Download this pdf file. here  to review the document. 

Travel Clinical Assistant

Public safety agencies are highly encouraged to reinforce with their field personnel on how to identify potential travel-related diseases and outbreaks using the Travel Clinical Assistant. The TCA provides epidemiological facts and guidelines for clinical symptoms, transmission modes, infection control guidance, and any reporting guidelines. Agencies should also review and practice appropriate PPE levels, handwashing, and disinfection practices.
 

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Page last updated 1/17/2024