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Drug Shortages and Give Life a Chance
EMS Education Standards Transition Information - Updated November, 2013
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Minnesota EMSRB National EMS Education Standards Presentation
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    Greetings EMSRB visitors! We are beginning the transition to the new EMSRB website. You can access the new website by following this link here: http://mn.gov/health-licensing-boards/emsrb/

    As we communicated previously on the current EMSRB website, we worked on redeveloping the EMSRB website. After months of planning and development, we have finally completed the new EMSRB website. Our goal is to terminate the current website, and transition completely to the new site, by January 13, 2014. Please feel free to comment or ask questions about the new website by contacting the EMSRB Webmaster at: emsrb.webmaster@state.mn.us

    Please note that the EMSRB website redesign is a transition to a new platform that allows for friendlier navigation and improved visual graphics. The website address remains the same. Although some navigation paths may have been rerouted, the important EMSRB information also remains unchanged. New information and important dates will continue to be added as a part of regular site maintenance. If any resource you previously consulted on the EMSRB website cannot be readily located on the new website, please contact the EMSRB Webmaster at: emsrb.webmaster@state.mn.us

    You will know when the new site is fully operational, and that the current site is no longer active, when you follow the same EMRSB web address via your internet browser, and are directed to the new website.

    Again, the EMSRB website address is: www.emsrb.state.mn.us

    Near future plans for the new EMSRB website include informational and who’s who videos related to EMS.

    Thank you again for your patience and participation with the new EMSRB website.


    Notice: Education Standards Transition Update EMR January 2013 Final


    Notice: Education Standards Transition Update EMT to Paramedic January 2013 Final


    Notice: Education Standards Transition for EMR, EMT, AEMT, and Paramedic-Update #3



    The Emergency Medical Services Regulatory Board is the state agency responsible for:
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    • licensing ambulance services
    • certifying emergency medical personnel
    • approving emergency medical services training programs
    • designating and funding eight regional EMS organizations that support emergency medical services
    • administering the volunteer ambulance training grant program, the longevity program for volunteer ambulance personnel and the EMS for Children (EMSC) grant program.
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    EMSRB Mission
    "To protect the public's health and safety through regulation and support of the EMS system"

    Directions to EMSRB Office
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    The EMSRB Office is located in University Park Plaza, Suite 310, 2829 University Avenue SE, Minneapolis, MN 55414-3250. University Park Plaza is a white, 9-story building on the corner of 29th Avenue and University Avenue Southeast. Map to EMSRB office.


    Video – Can We Talk?

    An Introduction for EMS and Public Safety to the Statewide ARMER 800MHz Radio System

    Video Links:

    Introduction to the 800MHz "ARMER" System (13 minutes)

    Radio Operation on the "ARMER" System (27 minutes)

    Radio Etiquette (4 minutes)
    This video is designed to provide EMS providers and other public safety disciplines a basic understanding of the development and implementation of the Statewide Allied Radio Matrix for Emergency Response (ARMER) 800MHz system. It consists of three sections for viewing at the links above.

    This video will serve as a training tool for current and new ARMER users implementing the 800MHz system. This video was produced by the EMSRB with grant funding provided through the Minnesota Department of Public Safety – Homeland Security and Emergency Management.

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