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Alaska's EMS Office


Change of Address:

The Offices for EMS have moved to 350 Main Street Suite 530 Juneau AK 99811. All packages or letters should be sent to this new address. The PO Box and Phone numbers are still the same.
Thanks from the EMS Office Staff. 

Expiring EMTs:

Extension Requests for EMTs who have not completed Continuing Education requirements or skills verifications should be completed online by logging into the public portal at the link below. Please email hss.emt.cert@alaska.gov if you have any problems logging in. There is an application for extension within your account.
Thanks,
EMS Unit staff

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       Claim your account (New EMT's)

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 Learn how to apply and pay for your EMT Certification                   

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2015 EMS Guidance

2014 NHTSA Re-Assessment of the Alaska EMS System

 

First Responder Tip Sheets
These First Responder Tip Sheets will be arriving via mail soon.  Please feel free to download and review.  Many thanks to our partners at Alaska Health and Disability for these tips. 

 

Contact information for Alaska's Office of EMS

State of Alaska Department of Health and Social Services
Division of Public Health
Section of Rural and Community Health Systems
EMS Office
PO Box 110616
Juneau, AK 99811-0616
(907) 465-8741 (Office)
(907) 465-4101 (Fax)

State of Alaska's EMS Public Portal

  • Course approval applications: Please submit course approval applications by fax or email to:
  • EMT certification status: For information about EMT certification status, contact EMS Certification by email at: hss.emt.cert@alaska.gov.
  • Requests for extension of certification:  Log into your public portal account to request an extension.

Mission

The mission of the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) program in Alaska is to reduce both the human suffering and economic loss to society resulting from premature death and disability due to injuries and sudden illness.