Testing, recertification and pandemic pivots
Chief Certification Officer Mark Terry pulls back the curtain on the NREMT in 2021
Since 1970, the NREMT has been laying out the standards for minimum competency for the nation’s EMS providers. In 48 states, with more than 425,000 registered, NREMT made bold but necessary changes during the COVID-19 pandemic, including the recertification of a record number of providers.
Join The EMS Educator podcast for an interview with Chief Certification Officer Mark Terry, where we pull back the curtain on the workings of the NREMT.
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