Special message for military service members, military veterans, and military spouses:

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The State of Texas recognizes and appreciates the many contributions and sacrifices made by current military service members, military veterans, and military spouses. The Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) in collaboration with the Office of the Governor, Texas Workforce Commission, Texas Veterans Commission, and Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation is informing current military service members, military veterans, and military spouses about licenses they may be eligible for and that may assist them in their search for employment within the state of Texas.

Current military service members, military veterans, and military spouses who received emergency medical technician (EMT) training in the military and have a current National Registry certification are eligible for a Texas EMT certification.  Military service members, military veterans, and military spouses shall follow the same application process as Out of State/Reciprocity applicants because Military courses are not Texas approved/certified courses; therefore, military course work and training is considered in the same manner as out of state courses. In order to gain Texas certification you must complete the Reciprocity application, submit the completed application and required $126 application fee, and successfully complete a FBI background check.

If during deployment, a military service member and/or military spouse allows an EMS certification to expire, DSHS rules allow a one-year grace period following demobilization for military personnel and spouses to renew certification without late fees and/or skills verification.

To renew your certification/licensure please visit our website at:

www.dshs.state.tx.us/emstraumasystems/recertinfo.shtm

We extend our sincere gratitude to military veterans, current military personnel, and their families for their dedicated service to the United States of America and to the State of Texas.


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Last updated May 19, 2014