Oregon Oregon Health Authority, Public Health Division

Rule Rule 333-265-0024
EMT-Intermediate Provider Examination


(1) The EMT-Intermediate examinations for licensure will be administered by an EMS licensing officer and hosted by an educational institution or Authority approved non-educational institution that offers EMT-Intermediate courses.
(2) In order to take the EMT-Intermediate provider examination, a candidate shall be currently licensed as an AEMT or be registered with the National Registry as an AEMT.
(3) An EMT-Intermediate candidate who fails:
(a) Three or fewer skill stations of the EMT-Intermediate psychomotor examination may retest those skill stations failed on the same day with no additional charge by the Authority.
(b) One or more skill stations a second time must submit a re-examination fee and be scheduled through the Authority to retest any skill station failed.
(c) More than three skill stations of the EMT-Intermediate psychomotor examination must schedule a retest for a separate day, and submit a re-examination fee to the Authority.
(4) If a candidate fails the psychomotor examination three times, the candidate must submit official documentation of remedial education before becoming eligible to re-enter the licensure examination process. Following successful completion of remedial education, a candidate must re-take and pass the psychomotor examination within three additional attempts.
(5) A candidate must pass the psychomotor examination within 24 months after the completion of the required courses.
(6) A candidate who fails the psychomotor examination six times or does not complete the examination process within 24 months of the completion date of the initial required courses must successfully complete the entire EMT-Intermediate course and reapply for licensure.
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Jun. 8, 2021