H.R. 235, The Veteran Emergency Medical Technician Support Act of 2013 (1 comment ↓ | 4 wiki edits: view article ↓)

H.R. 235 would amend the Public Health Service Act to provide grants to States to streamline State requirements and procedures for veterans with military emergency medical training to become civilian emergency medical technicians.

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cuba pete

February 4, 2013, 3:38pm (report abuse)

I see this generally as a waste of time and resources...even at the measly price of under $2M. The NREMT program utilized by the military already makes this happen. Problem is, it leaves it up to the military member to take action and ensure that their training is documented and they keep up their NREMT registration. I know, because I did it. http://www.nremt.org/

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