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DistanceCME offers continuing education and relicensure courses for New Mexico Paramedics, AEMTs, EMTs, and EMRs that are CAPCE accredited and NREMT approved. DistanceCME courses are accepted by the National Registry as an F-5 VILT course hour for hour. Take all your recertification hours 100% online and they count just like they would if you were sitting in a classroom in front of an instructor. Eliminate time traveling to classes and being away from work.
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Although we strive to keep everything updated, please check with your state EMS Representative for the most current re-certification information.
New Mexico Emergency Medical Systems Requirements
New Mexico EMS providers must renew their licenses every 2 years. Requirements for license renewals shall be completed by December 31. 7.27.28(M). New Mexico requirements may not match those of the national registry. 7.27.211(B).
Click here to view the 2021 New Mexico EMS Bureau Continuing Education and Renewal Guide for EMT Licensure (Includes information for all levels)
Requirements for EMT-P:
60 hours of continuing education. 7.27.211. DistanceCME recommends this program ALS NCCP + Anytime
Requirements for EMT-Intermediate:
50 hours of continuing education. 7.27.211. DistanceCME recommends this program ALS NCCP + Anytime
Requirements for EMT-B:
40 hours of continuing education. 7.27.211. DistanceCME recommends this program BLS NCCP + Anytime
Requirements for EMR:
For more information visit: The New Mexico Emergency Medical System