Indiana Department of Homeland Security
EMS Certifications, E239, IGC-S
302 W. Washington St.
Indianapolis, IN 46204-2739
(We recommend that all important mail be sent certified)
Monday-Friday - 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.; except state observed holidays
Phone: 1-800-666-7784 or (317) 232-6425 -- E-Mail
Fax: (317) 233-0497
To file an EMS related complaint/problem/issue, click here.
To find or post a job opening in the EMS field, click here.
Indiana EMS Memorial
Ebola Situational Awareness & First Responder Guidance
Click the link above to view information and guidance documents for first responders regarding Ebola.
For more information about Ebola, visit the Indiana State Department of Health webpage: http://www.in.gov/isdh/26447.htm.
POST Course and Exam NOW Available!
- Click the link above to find study materials on POST and Advance Directives as well as the State approved exam that will satisfy the competency requirement.
- All responders must successfully complete the Acadis exam in order to be recertified by December 31, 2014. If you do not have this education indicated on your CE report and indicated on your Acadis record, you will not be renewed.
- This is in compliance with Section (d)(3) of 836 IAC 4-4-2.
- All EMR and EMT courses beginning or being completed after January 1, 2014 will be required to incorporate the POST curriculum into their training. The Acadis exam will need to be completed as verification of competency.
Next EMS Commission Meeting
October 16, 2015
Fishers Town Hall
1 Municipal Drive
All waiver requests are due to IDHS by COB three (3) weeks prior to the EMS Commission meeting. Any waiver requests received after that deadline will be held over until the next EMS Commission Meeting. NO EXCEPTIONS. Please remit all waiver requests to DHSCertifications@dhs.in.gov. EMS Waiver Form
For full Commission minutes, click here. To email Indiana’s EMS Commission Representatives regarding any EMS topics affecting you or your community, you can find a list of e-mail addresses here.
EMS Treatment and Transport
- EMS Trauma Transportation Rule and Destination Guide
Click here to find information about the field triage and transportation rule, information on protocols, and rule implementation. Find a list of all ACS Accredited Trauma Facilities, both in Indiana and in surrounding states, to transport your trauma patients.
- POST/Advance Directives
Find guidance on the POST/Advance directives curriculum, the requirements for all EMS personnel, and Indiana laws. Links to the exam, support documents, and other advance directive information.
- EMS Exposure Requirements
Click here to find the Post Exposure form that must be filled out for ALL EMS Exposures, as well as the governance of this requirement.
- Indiana EMS Course Information
This page contains course information for all of the EMS Core courses (EMR, EMT, AEMT, and Paramedic).
- IDHS Mobile Simulation Laboratory
Learn how to request the mobile simulation lab for your training, and see how you can enhance your skills with this Free State service.
- EMS Certification Testing
Find links for testing sites where students can register for Indiana and National Registry exams. Also, find instructional documents on how to sign up for an exam as a National Registry Candidate or how to request authorization from National Registry to be an approved training program.
- Online Continuing Education and Instructor Contact Information
Find a list of recommended online websites where you can obtain FREE EMS CEUs for your inservice. You can also find a list of Indiana training institutions, SMART and Autism instructors.
- EMS Medical Directors
A list of resources for Indiana EMS Medical Directors.
- EMS Information: State and Federal Guidelines, Recalls
Click here for recent Guidance Documents for EMS regarding infection control, vaccination clinics, etc. This page also has a list of EMS Product recalls and product information.
- Psychomotor/State Representative Initial Application
Any Primary Instructor interested in becoming a new Psychomotor/State Representative, please fill out the application and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org for review/approval.
Certifications and Renewals
- Individual Certifications
All certifications must be renewed online. Paper copies of your INDIVIDUAL renewal will only be accepted if you get audited. All service providers, training institutions, and supervising hospital paperwork must still be submitted on paper.
IDHS EMS Certifications will not be issuing paper copies of your re-certification by mail. If you wish to have a paper copy of your renewed certification, you may go to your portal account and print off your renewed document. We will be issuing paper copies of any responder’s initial certification via mail.
- Service Provider Certifications
Find forms for BLS and ALS Providers, Transport and Non-Transport, Air Ambulances, Supervising Hospitals, Vehicle Certification, Exposure Notification, and Out of Hospital DNRs.
- Training Institution Certifications & Forms for PIs
Training institution forms, Practical Skills forms, reports of training, statement of remediation, etc.
- EMS On-Line Certification Renewal
Find instructions on how to renew your certification online.
- Indiana Public Safety Personnel Portal
Click here to access your Portal Account. Change your address, update your e-mail, and verify your certifications.
- NREMT Renewal Letters
Please follow this link to obtain letters verifying knowledge, skills and abilities required under the new National Educational Standards for Indiana Responders.
Public Safety Identification (PSID) Number Info
EMS Rules and Laws
- Requests for Provider, Institution, and Hospital Data
Get up to the minute and instant information on Indiana EMS Providers, Training Institutions, and Supervising Hospitals.
- EMS Data
Find State, Regional, and Local EMS data, statistics, and information. To submit data for publication, please e-mail email@example.com.
- Vehicle Crash Report
The vehicle crash report is now an online submission. In compliance with IAC 836, all Certified EMS Providers must submit a vehicle accident report as required by the EMS Commission when a provider vehicle is involved in a motor vehicle accident. Reports must be received within 10 working days following the accident. It is the responsibility of the organization CEO to make sure that the report is filed in a timely fashion and completed in its entirety. Failure to comply will result in enforcement of the penalties outlined in IC 16-31-3.