EMS Driver (EMS-D) Training

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EMS Driver Curriculum

The EMS Driver Curriculum must conform, at minimum, to the National Standard Emergency Vehicle Operator Curriculum developed by the United States Department of Transportation and all current revisions as approved for use by the Bureau of EMS. Minimum hours required for EMS Driver are 4 didactic, and lab instruction sufficient to ensure operator competency (minimum 4 hours). Written permission from the BEMS must be obtained prior to the start of an EMS Driver course.

EMS Driver Training Programs

Admittance Criteria

  • Possession of a valid driver’s license
  • Age of at least 18 years

Schedule of classes: Contact Joshua Dawson or Scottie Martin (601-576-7380) at the Bureau of Emergency Medical Services for schedules on EMS Driver training opportunities. E-mail: Joshua.Dawson@msdh.ms.gov or Scottie.Martin@msdh.ms.gov

Approval for Driver Programs

The Bureau of EMS may approve EMS Driver programs if it is determined after review by the BEMS staff and the Medical Direction, Training and Quality Assurance Committee that the objectives of the training program equal or exceed those of the state of Mississippi. All EMS Driver training programs must have the BEMS approval prior to the start of class.

Last reviewed on Sep 6, 2023 request edits
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