New updated License Management “How to” tutorials for Services available

We have added several new tutorials to our Services License Management “How to” page, available

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  • KBEMS wants your input!!

    October 18, 2021 by  
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    One question – What should having an Instructor Coordinator certificate grant you the ability to do that absolutely no one else can do if they don’t hold that certificate? Click here to answer.

    Public Hearing on 109-3-3 and 109-3-5 (medication lists) September 29th at 10:00 am

    September 23, 2021 by  
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    GoToMeeting:               Computer, tablet or smartphone:

    OR Dial in by phone:                            (571) 317-3122              Access Code: 325-445-413

    EMS Compact Seeks Public Comment on Proposed Rules – Hearing Rescheduled for April 9th

    January 28, 2021 by  
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    The Interstate Commission for EMS Personnel Practice (the EMS COMPACT) seeks public comment on rules changes proposed on 01/27/2021:

    EMS Compact – Public Comment on Proposed Rules

    NOTE: The hearing date has moved from April 2nd, 2021 to April 9th, 2021.

    Google Groups Replacement for EMS Discussion ListServ is now live!

    January 15, 2021 by  
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    If you were a member of the former Kansas EMS discussion Listserv group (, you should have received notice that the service was discontinued by the State of Kansas IT department, due to end-of-life for the software running the site. We have replaced the ListServ with a Google Groups forum. If you were a member of listserv, you should have been automatically added to the new group or received an invitation to join. If you are not a member and wish to be, you can subscribe here: Subscribe to EMS Discussion

    Provider Renewal Application Period is now OPEN!

    September 4, 2020 by  
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    For EMS Providers for whom certification expires on 12/31/2020, the Renewal application in now available on the KBEMS Licensing Portal.

    EIG Application period opens July 1st, 2020!

    June 30, 2020 by  
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    The application period for EIG funds opens on July 1st, 2020. You can review the requirements here:
    EIG application for Funds

    KBEMS office is OPEN to the public on Tuesday, May 26th 2020!

    The Landon Office Building and the offices of the Kansas Board of Emergency Medical Services will once again be open to the public, beginning on Tuesday, May 26th 2020. There will be no health screenings for the public to gain entry to the building. The State of Kansas “suggests” the wearing of masks in all state properties but it is NOT required.

    Governor addresses worker compensation for frontline responders

    April 21, 2020 by  
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    In an effort to help Kansans who have put their health and lives on the line during the COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Laura Kelly is directing the Kansas Department of Labor (KDOL) to evaluate all of its processes and procedures for handling workers compensation claims filed by law enforcement, firefighters, emergency medical service providers and health care workers that are reasonably related to the pandemic.

    See the notice from the Kansas Department of Labor here: Governor addresses workers compensation for frontline responders

    Board offices to remain closed to public.

    April 13, 2020 by  
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    Due to COVID-19 and the direction of Governor Laura Kelly, our office will be continue to be closed to the public until the stay at home order is lifted. We will have limited staffing during this time. However, we are still working and able to assist you via phone or email. If you have a matter that needs attention prior to KBEMS being able to reopen the office, please email Joe House, Executive Director at

    NOTE: Governor Kelly issued Executive Order 20-19 related to renewal dates for occupational licensing, permits, and certificates. See the KBEMS guidance on how that effects Kansas EMS here: KBEMS Guidance – Governor Kelly’s Executive Order 20-19 – Occupational Licensing, Permits, and Certificates

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