Vermont Office of EMS and Injury Prevention

Welcome to the Vermont Office of EMS and Injury Prevention

News & Updates

Everyday Heroes Awards: Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things

2015 Protocols Officially Released (9/15/15)

New Vermont Critical Care Paramedic Endorsement (9/15/15)

Updated Mandatory Reporting Guidance for EMS Providers

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The National Continued Competency Program

Effective July 1, 2015 all Vermont EMS personnel with licenses due to expire in 2016 or later will see a very different and dynamic way to select and document their continuing education. To learn more, go to the National Continued Competency Program page.

June 2015 Newsletter

Rapid Sequence Intubation

Licensing and Scope of Practice Transitions

LearnEMS Online Course Access

Intranasal Naloxone Guidance

HEART Safe Community

Transporting (Ambulance) Services

Licensing and Scope of Practice Transitions

Valid Licensing Required

Scope of Practice Transitioning

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Upcoming Meetings

If you are planning to attend a meeting, please RSVP to with:

Meetings typically will be offered as Web-Ex (electronic) meetings as well as available for personal attendance. Information on connecting electronically and via telephone will be shared to all who RSVP to a particular meeting.

Meeting Information



Location at 108 Cherry Street Web-Ex Int-ernet -Link Audio Conferencing Information

EMS District Leadership

1st Thurs of every month at 1100 hrs




877-668-4493 (audio)

Click here (if utilizing WebEx for video)

Access code 734 141 663


If joining by computer (video), password is VTEMS1

EMS Advisory Committee

Next dates:

During the EMS Conference in October

108 Cherry, Room 201 n/a


Conference Room 3128070

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Vermont's Emergency Medical Services System

Ambulance and First Responder Services XLS Format (updated June 19, 2015)

Vermont’s Emergency Medical Services System (EMS) is composed of approximately 180 licensed First Response and Ambulance services staffed by 3,000 certified EMS providers. These pre-hospital emergency care providers include First Responders/Emergency Care Attendants, EMT Basics, EMT Intermediates and Paramedics. The majority of our EMS providers are volunteers.

The Vermont Office of EMS and Injury Prevention is the state office responsible for EMS regulation and system development. The EMS Office licenses EMS organizations, provides ambulance inspections, administers certification exams for EMS providers and is active in system development and injury prevention programs.

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Ebola Protocol and Guidance for EMS Personnel

Identify Patients, Protect Yourselves, Respond Safely

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Contact EMS

Email: Vermont EMS
Phone: 802-863-7310; 1-800-244-0911 (toll free in Vermont only)
Fax: 802-863-7577

EMS Staff & Office Contacts

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