Montana Board of Medical Examiners

Emergency Care Provider (ECP)

Attention Emergency Care Providers:

outbreak many of the continuing education(CE) venues and refresher courses are being cancelled, leading to increased difficulty for ECPs to meet the CE requirements pursuant to Montana Administrative Rule 24.156.2718.

The Department is unable to extend the renewal period for ECP licenses but will allow additional time to fulfill the requirements for refresher and other continuing education. When renewing online or by paper application, ECPs will need to attest to their understanding of the process and fulfill their CE requirements as soon as possible.   However, audits will not be conducted for at least six to eight months to give ECPs additional time to complete the refresher course and CE requirements.

 The Department strongly urges all ECPs that have licenses that will expire on March 31, 2020 to renew the license regardless of whether or not they have obtained the proper amount of CE.   The Department is diligently planning an alternative to our normal audit process to account for licensees that were not able to meet their CE requirements due to the recent outbreak.

Emergency Care Provider (ECP)

The Montana Board of Medical Examiners has the statutory authority to license and regulate the practice of Emergency Care Providers, including:

*Emergency Medical Responders (EMR)

*Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT)

*Advanced Emergency Medical Technicians (AEMT)


This site includes information for--and about--Montana ECPs. 

If you seek information about EMS SERVICES (i.e. Ambulance Service) please contact the EMS and Trauma Systems Section of the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services.

You can apply as an ECP at any level. You can download aPaper Applicationfor ECP licensure or apply online withOnline Application process.

If applying on-line, you can use the "Apply for a License" Quick Link found in the right-hand column on this page. You’ll be directed to the Department's "eBiz" web site. Once there, you'll have to create an account before you can apply. 

You can verify a Montana licensee by using the "Lookup a License" Quick Link in the column at right.

You can find the statutes and rules governing ECPs in Montana by selecting "Regulations" in the column at left 

You can learn about the Board's upcoming meetings and agenda topics by selecting "Board Meetings" in that same column.

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