Licensing for Emergency Medical Services

FOR ANY UPGRADES during COVID-19 State of Emergency: Must submit a completed “Application for EMS Provider License WAIVER: COVID-19 March 2020Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol” form if you have been issued a “Provisional” National Registry certification and have not yet completed your practical exam for the level you are upgrading to.

In order to submit your application for a new emergency medical services provider license, please follow the steps enumerated below.

01.
Fingerprinting (must be completed first)

Ink-based or electronic (aka “Live Scan”) fingerprinting are both acceptable. Fingerprinting services can often be provided by your local police department and is also available at the New Hampshire State Police Criminal Records Unit in Concord (Call for appointment (603) 223-3867). Physical documentation, whether inked cards or electronic Live Scan receipt (see example here), must be included with all required documents in your application process.

Please note: Due to COVID-19 the “Live Scan” digital fingerprinting service provided by New Hampshire State Police Criminal Records Unit in Concord is closed until further notice. Please check with your local police department about fingerprinting services. 

Fill out and complete the New Hampshire Criminal History Record Authorization Form (CHRI) and include with your application

Fill out and complete the “EMS Provider License Application for New or Lapsed Applicants” and include with your application

04.
Scope of Practice

Complete an approved, level-appropriate, New Hampshire Scope of Practice program. Scope of Practice online program is available through the NHFA & EMS online classroom or state-wide programs can be found at the EMS Course Catalog.

Take and pass the New Hampshire Protocol Exam at the level corresponding to your training (Emergency Medical Responder, Emergency Medical Technician, Advanced Emergency Medical Technician, Paramedic).

06.
Submittal of Documentation

Compile the documentation produced by the steps above and submit by mail to the New Hampshire Bureau of Emergency Medical Services. All required documents are listed below:

  • Completed “New Hampshire Criminal History Record Authorization Form” (CHRI)
  • Ink-based fingerprint card OR Electronic Fingerprint Live Scan receipt
  • Payment ($48.25) made out to “State of NH-Criminal Records Unit” OR If you are are submitting “Application for EMS Provider License WAIVER: COVID-19 March 2020″ for fingerprinting waiver, payment ($25.00) made out to “State of NH-Criminal Records Unit”
  • Completed “EMS Provider License Application for New or Lapsed Applicants”
  • Copy of National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) card

and submit by mail to the New Hampshire Bureau of Emergency Medical Services at:

NHDOS-Bureau of EMS: Licensing
33 Hazen Drive
Concord, NH 03305

If you have already submitted your online license application but are seeking to submit additional documentation, please do not submit this form again. Submit required document(s) directly to EMSlicensing@dos.nh.gov and reference “Missing Parts” in the subject line of the email.

In order to renew your New Hampshire Emergency Medical Services Provider License, or to upgrade or change your unit, please follow the steps enumerated below.

01.
Scope of Practice

Complete an approved, level-appropriate, New Hampshire Scope of Practice program. Scope of Practice online program is available through the NHFA & EMS online classroom or state-wide programs can be found at the EMS Course Catalog.

Take and pass the New Hampshire Protocol Exam at the level corresponding to your training (Emergency Medical Responder, Emergency Medical Technician, Advanced Emergency Medical Technician, Paramedic).

03.
Submit your Application for Renewal, Upgrade, or Change of unit

In order to complete your application for renewal, upgrade, or change of unit, you may either fill out the form below or complete a paper application.

  • For the online form, you will be required to supply your current license identification number (LIN) and supply a scanned copy of your National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) Card.
  • If you would prefer to submit your renewal through through paper, please download the New Hampshire Bureau of EMS Provider License Application and mail it, along with a copy of your National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) Card to:

NHDOS-Bureau of EMS: Licensing
33 Hazen Drive
Concord, NH 03305

If you have previously held a New Hampshire Emergency Medical Services Provider License, but it has lapsed, please follow the steps enumerated below to reapply.

01.
Fingerprinting (must be completed first)

Ink-based or electronic (aka “Live Scan”) fingerprinting are both acceptable. Fingerprinting services can often be provided by your local police department and is also available at the New Hampshire State Police Criminal Records Unit in Concord (Call for appointment (603) 223-3867). Physical documentation, whether inked cards or electronic Live Scan receipt (see example here), must be included with all required documents in your application process.

Please note: Due to COVID-19 the “Live Scan” digital fingerprinting service provided by New Hampshire State Police Criminal Records Unit in Concord is closed until further notice. Please check with your local police department about fingerprinting services. 

Fill out and complete the New Hampshire Criminal History Record Authorization Form (CHRI) and include with your application

Fill out and complete the “EMS Provider License Application for New or Lapsed Applicants” and include with your application

04.
Scope of Practice

Complete an approved, level-appropriate, New Hampshire Scope of Practice program. Scope of Practice online program is available through the NHFA & EMS online classroom or state-wide programs can be found at the EMS Course Catalog.

Take and pass the New Hampshire Protocol Exam at the level corresponding to your training (Emergency Medical Responder, Emergency Medical Technician, Advanced Emergency Medical Technician, Paramedic).

06.
Submittal of Documentation

Compile the documentation produced by the steps above and submit by mail to the New Hampshire Bureau of Emergency Medical Services. All required documents are listed below:

  • Completed “New Hampshire Criminal History Record Authorization Form” (CHRI)
  • Ink-based fingerprint card OR Electronic Fingerprint Live Scan receipt
  • Payment ($48.25) made out to “State of NH-Criminal Records Unit” OR If you are are submitting “Application for EMS Provider License WAIVER: COVID-19 March 2020″ for fingerprinting waiver, payment ($25.00) made out to “State of NH-Criminal Records Unit”
  • Completed “EMS Provider License Application for New or Lapsed Applicants”
  • Copy of National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) card

and submit by mail to the New Hampshire Bureau of Emergency Medical Services at:

NHDOS-Bureau of EMS: Licensing
33 Hazen Drive
Concord, NH 03305

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