IMPORTANT INFO AND LINKS

Submit this form to request MPD approval to become an EMS provider in Mason County.  Required for all new providers and experienced providers who are transitioning to Mason County as a primary or secondary agency.

Link to access the approved protocols.

Follow this link to learn more about the NW Region EMS & Trauma Council.

Washington State Department of Health is the credentialing agency for EMS Providers in Washington State.  Follow this link to learn more about EMS program and credential requirements in Washington State.

Secure Access Washington is used to access your EMS Online account.  It is here that you will update your agency affiliation and submit recertification requests.

EMS Providers who are operating within Mason County are set up with a TargetSolutions Account.  This is the learning management platform used to host and track EMS training completed within Mason County.

Providers are required to pass the appropriate level NREMT exam for their initial certification in Washington State, but maintaining this certification is optional after that.

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FAQ

Helpful Information

 

I AM ALREADY AN EMS PROVIDER IN WASHINGTON STATE, BUT NEW TO MASON COUNTY.  WHAT DO I NEED TO DO BEFORE I CAN PROVIDE PATIENT CARE?

1.  Affiliate with an agency.  If you are not already affiliated with an agency and are not sure where to start, contact us and we'd be happy to help.

2.  Update your agency affiliation on the Secure Access Washington portal.

3.  Complete the Application to MPD form. 

4.  Pass a Mason County Protocol Test.

Once you've passed your protocol test, you are able to provide patient care in Mason County.  You will be assigned CORE training and if primary to Mason County, you will be set up with the appropriate OTEP training.

I WOULD LIKE TO ATTEND THE EMT OR EMR CLASS, BUT I DO NOT WANT TO BE AFFILIATED WITH AN AGENCY.  CAN I STILL APPLY?

Unfortunately, the Mason County EMT Course requires participants to be affiliated with an agency prior to applying for the course. Agency affiliation is also a Washington State Department of Health requirement in order for you to be "operational" as a credentialed provider.

If you would like to become an EMT prior to obtaining agency affiliation, we recommend reaching out to a different training program, such as through a local community college.

I WOULD LIKE TO VOLUNTEER AS AN EMS PROVIDER.  CAN I DO THAT IN MASON COUNTY?

Absolutely.

If you are already an EMS provider but are not sure where to look to volunteer, reach out to us and we'd be happy to help connect you to your closest volunteer agency.

If you are not already an EMS provider and would like to become one, the first step is to affiliate with an agency.  If you are not sure where to start, reach out to us and we'd be happy to help connect you to your local volunteer agency. 


The Mason County EMT class is held on evenings and weekends, a great option for those who are unable to attend a traditional full-day college program.

Mason County EMS Providers participate in the Ongoing Training and Evaluation Program to meet the training requirements for maintaining their credentials.  This training is completed on a schedule that is designed to meet the needs of both career providers as well as volunteers who have other work or family commitments.

DO YOU HAVE ANY JOB OPENINGS FOR EMS PROVIDERS?

The Mason County EMS & Trauma Council does not directly hire EMS Providers and does not currently have a "job board."

If we are made aware of job openings, they will be shared in the "NEWS" feed, which you can find on the "NEWS" tab at the top of the page.

WHERE CAN I GET MY MEDICAL RECORDS?

The Mason County EMS & Trauma Council is not a direct care agency and does not maintain patient medical records.

If you were recently evaluated or transported by an ambulance in Mason County and are in need of your records, you will need to contact the transporting agency directly to request your records.