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LD 1427: An Act To Make Community Paramedicine Services Permanant: This bill has been enacted and will take effect 90-days after enactment, or September 26, 2017.
2017 EMS Award Recipients
Each year during Emergency Medical Services Week (third week of May), the Maine EMS
Board recognizes leaders and outstanding contributors in the Maine EMS system.
Please congratulate the following recipients for their hardwork and dedication:
2017 Governor’s Award - Joanne Lebrun: For exceptional contribution to the EMS system at the state, national, or system-wide level; with contributions in mulitple areas of EMS.
2017 EMS Excellence Award - Dr. Cressey Brazier & Eric Wellman: For contribution to the EMS system at the regional and/or state level and demonstrated involvement and significant contribution in one or more areas of EMS.
2017 Lifetime Achievement Award - Theona "Pony" Stubbs & Carol Pillsbury: For involvement with EMS in Maine for at least 10 years, consistently performing above and beyond expectations in system development, patient care, service involvement, and/or community involvement.
2017 EMS Merit Award - Gardiner Fire and Ambulance: For contribution to the EMS system at the local or regional level in one or more areas of EMS.
New Online CEH Request Process
Over the past year, Maine EMS, has been working to improve the process currently used to request approval for continuing education credits.
- eLicensing allows for a completed CEH request to reach the approving Training Center faster
- Ability for the individual requesting the approval to track the status of a request submitted
- The individual requesting approval will receive notifications on receipt, issuance of a course approval, or request for more information
- The individual requesting approval will be responsible for entry of attendee’s, which will greatly decrease the time for credit to appear on attendees’ training reports.
An online education for providers is now available on MEMSEd providing detailed steps as well as a system and process overview Access MEMSEd at: http://www.maine.gov/ems/providers/MEMSEd.html
The request process is available for use today! At a future date Maine EMS will require training to be requested through this system.
If you experience any problems with the systems, please email the support system at: email@example.com
If you have any concerns please contact our office.