Expired Maine EMS Provider License

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My Maine EMS license expired less than 90 days ago

You cannot perform EMS care, treatment or transport until your EMS license is renewed. Once you have the required amount of CEHs, complete and submit the Maine EMS renewal form found in the eLicensing portal. There is no fee for this.

My Maine EMS license expired more than 90 days ago but less than 2 years ago

You cannot perform EMS care, treatment or transport until your EMS license is renewed. Once you have the required amount of CEHs, complete and submit the Maine EMS NEW provider form found in the eLicensing portal. You also must complete a new background check for every state you have lived in for the past three years (except Maine). You will then need to pay the $21 Maine background check fee. A new background check for Maine will be completed. Your EMS license number will NOT change.

My Maine EMS license has expired more than 2 years ago

  • If you still have a valid NREMT card or other State EMS certificate or licensure.
    • You cannot perform EMS care, treatment or transport until your EMS license is renewed. Once you have the required amount of CEHs, complete and submit the Maine EMS NEW provider form found in the eLicensing portal. You also must complete a new background check for every state you have lived in for the past three years (except Maine). You will then need to pay the $21 Maine background check fee. A new background check for Maine will be completed. Your EMS license number will NOT change.
  • If you do not have a valid NREMT card or other State EMS certificate or licensure
    • You will need to complete a new EMS licensure course.
  • Paramedics ONLY
    • If you are a paramedic and have expired by more than 2 years, contact a Maine Training Center or the Maine EMS Education Coordinator for options.