Transition – Military Medic to Civilian EMT/Paramedic

Dec 15, 2020 | Legislation - Dec 2020

Representative O’Neal plans to reintroduce House Bill 925 that will ensure that a service member’s military education and training are taken into consideration for the purpose of fulfilling requirements for professional credentials related to emergency medical services providers. Specifically, Representative O’Neal’s proposed legislation amends section 7502 of Title 51 (Military Affairs), relating to retention of licenses and certifications of persons entering military service.

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