Main is a great state to start your journey to become an EMT. They offer a wide variety of EMT classes so you can progress throughout your EMT career. Below is a quick information sheet on EMT requirements along with salary stats. The State of Main welcomes all EMTs! Please note that each State has it owns EMT requirements. Therefore, make sure that you follow-up with the right authority if you want to work in this field.
Main population: 1,328,188
Number of hospitals in Main: 19
General EMT requirements:
Specific Main EMT requirements:
In addition to the regular EMT classes, the State of Maine also offers an Ambulance Vehicle Operator Course (AVOC). It allows EMTs to acquire better driving skills under pressure.
They recently adopted the National Education Standards – one component of the EMS Education Agenda for the Future -for the Emergency Medical Responder (First Responder), Emergency Medical Technician (EMT-B), and Paramedic (EMT-P) levels.
The Maine has also completed its Quality Improvement Program manual to assist Maine EMS services in developing their quality improvement process.
Click below to download the Program manual:
Main EMT fees & other specification:
The central resources for all EMS are the Maine Emergency Medical Services.
If you want to become an EMT in Main, we suggest you take the practice exam tests. With over 2365 practice EMT and Paramedic questions covering the same categories as your state test, you will ingrain the concepts that will help you pass the state examination and make you a great EMT. Click here to get your practice tests.