New Mexico Emergency Medical System Bureau - Specific data central to the state EMS.
New Mexico Department of Health is responsible for presiding over EMS for the state for all levels of EMS including: First Responder, EMT Basic, EMT Intermediate, and Paramedic. The National EMS Certification Required for Initial New Mexico State Licensure.
The state of New Mexico requires all EMT candidates to be at least 17 years old and complete an approved EMT Course, then pass a practical skills examination as well as pass the NREMT (National Registry Exam). Once confirmation of National Registry Certification has been received, the application for licensure can be filled out and submitted.
If you have yet to take and pass the NREMT exam, you may want to consider subscribing to the NREMT Practice Exams that are availalbe for purchase here on this site. The EMT testing system delivers multiple questions at a time in multiple choice format or flashcard mode. Each test is instantly graded and posted for you to read through the rationale for extra study.
New Mexico Emergency Medical System Bureau
Contact Info: https://nmhealth.org/about/erd/emsb/nrc/
1301 Siler Road, Bld F.
Santa Fe, NM 87507