Hawaii Emergency Medical Services - EMS and Injury Prevention System.
EMT and Paramedic Licensing in Hawaii - Phone numbers, addresses and email for licensure.
In order to become a licensed and certified EMT or Paramedic in the state of Hawaii you must fill out and submit the EMT and Paramedic license application along with the appropriate fees based on your level of EMS training. There is only one accredited EMT school in Hawaii so if you are coming from another state there are additional forms that you will need to complete as well.
An EMT in Hawaii is required to be Certified through the NREMT (National Registry Exam) you must pass this computer based exam and this information must be substantiated by the state of Hawaii. The NREMT will provide proof that you have passed the NREMT exam directly to the state of Hawaii.
NREMT practice exams and sample EMT tests are available by subscription at EMT National Training. This practice testing application will give you access to the largest online database of practice EMT and paramedic multiple choice questions. Along with the subscription comes support from from Certified EMT's and Paramedics who are available to answer any questions you may have.
Requirements for EMT B
EMT B License applicants must pass the NREMT EMT B exam.
Register online at the NREMT website to get signed up and scheduled. The NREMT exam is administered most of the year on Maui, Hilo and Oahu.
Requirements for EMT P
EMT P License applicants must pass the NREMT EMT-P exam.
Register online at the NREMT website to get signed up and scheduled. The exam is offered throughout the year on Oahu, Maui, and Hilo.
State of Hawaii
Department of Health
Emergency Medical Services & Injury Prevention System Branch
3675 Kilauea Avenue
Trotter Building, Basement Level
Honolulu, HI 96816 USA
Voice: +1 (808) 733-9210
Administration Fax: +1 (808) 733-9216
Billing Fax: +1 (808) 733-8332