NJEMT - Certification System - BLS Administrator Tool

NJEMS Statewide Conference
November 16-19

New Jersey Office of Emergency Medical Services

Created in 1967, The New Jersey Office of Emergency Medical Services (OEMS) was one of the first offices of its kind in the United States. OEMS is part of the department's Division of Public Health Infrastructure Laboratories and Emergency Preparedness.

OEMS maintains the certification of more than 26,000 Emergency Medical Technician-Basics (EMT-B's) and 1,700 Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedics (EMT-P's) as well as the provider licensure of mobility assistance vehicles, ambulances, mobile intensive care units, specialty care transport units and air medical units totaling more than 4,500 vehicles.

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    The National Association of EMS Educators EMS Instructor Course Level 1
May 13-15, 2016 – Cherry Hill, NJ Cherry Hill Fire Department Course Hours - 8 AM – 5:00 PM Friday & Saturday, Sunday 8 AM – 2 PM (subject to change) NAEMSE
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The NJ Department of Health (NJ DOH) and the Office of Emergency Medical Services (OEMS) is proud to announce the publishing of the NEW BLS PROTOCOLS. The protocols are effective immediately. Please consult with your Medical Director for appropriate implementation. The protocols may be viewed at: New Jersey OEMS BLS PROTOCOLS

Welcome to the NJ-OEMS Certification System!

Attention to all instructors: As a reminder newly certified NJ EMTs with a (600000) series EMT Number DO NOT have access to www.njoemscert.com. Please do not direct them to attempt to create an account. If they wish to locate ceu courses they may access the online catalog from the login page at www.njoemscert.com, To register for ceu classes they will need to contact the course instructor directly via the contact information provided in the course catalog. In order for persons with the (600000) series EMT numbers to receive credit for elective courses, please provide them with a certificate of your choosing which includes but is not limited to the following: course name, location, date, time of course offering, OEMS ceu approval number and instructor name. This information should be made available to all class attendees for their personal record keeping. OEMS encourages that all EMTs maintain their own ceu files separate from any other means of record keeping. For convenience the EMS 28 (PA-NJ CEU Form) can be used as an acceptable method of providing proof of class/ course attendance. This form can be downloaded from the NJ DOH website at PA/NJ CEU FORM
    Attention BLS/ALS Coordinators: The Administrator Offices are an extension of your EMS provider access to the NJEMS.US credentialing system. You have one universal account with permissions to access both your own certification and administrative office(s) tools. Please remember that your EMS ID and password will be the same for each of the tools you have access to when logging into the system. If you have not already changed your temporary password please go to your personal account and change it to a unique password. Administrative assistants are persons that you designate to operate within your Administrator Office on your behalf that may or may not maintain an EMS credential within the NJEMS.US system. If they do not have an EMS credential they will need to use an email log-in along with a unique user created password. These assistants will need to be granted access to your office within the system by the OEMS only after proper authorization has been received by OEMS from you. If you wish to request access to the www.njems.us system for an administrative assistant, please contact an OEMS education staff member for further information. If you have any questions, concerns or suggestions please contact the OEMS Education section at 609-633-7777 or ems@doh.state.nj.us.
    If your are attempting to register a student for an EMT Initial Education Course, you must make sure the student has filled out the online form for EMT Initial Standard certification by having them select the link "EMT Initial Standard Certification" and complete the application. This has to be done before you can register them for a class. All questions in reference to course registration will be directed to the Course Coordinator for that class.

Disclaimer: The NJ Department of Health (NJ DOH) and the Office of Emergency Medical Services (OEMS) will post appropriate requests received. The posting of this information is merely a courtesy. Neither the NJ DOH nor OEMS is responsible for vetting the postings. Listings will be available for 30 days from the date of posting.

Trinitas Regional Medical Center in Elizabeth, NJ is looking for daytime and weekend EMT instructors. If interested please call Rene’ Rich at 908-994-8394 or email at rrich@trinitas.org

Somerset County Emergency Services Training Academy in Hillsborough, NJ is looking for evening and weekend EMT Instructors. If interested, please contact Joe Allen at allenj@co.somerset.nj.us or 732-266-6839