Podcast: The National Registry of EMTs: Past, Present, and Future

Mike MceVoy
JEMS Executive Editor Mike McEvoy

The National Registry of EMTs will celebrate its 50th year as the nation's EMS Certification Organization, protecting the public and advancing the EMS profession. In the July 2019 edition of the "Firemedically Speaking" podcast, JEMS Executive Editor Mike McEvoy talks with Executive Director Bill Seifarth about what the National Registry is, what it is not (including some common misperceptions), the ways the registry has evolved, and the current project underway to build a better future by strenghthening the registry's core.

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