Critical Care Paramedic Information
Paramedic level services providing Critical Care level service in Wisconsin must meet the following criteria:
Endorsed Critical Care Paramedics in Wisconsin must meet the following criteria:
Per Ch. 256, Wis. Stats., and Wisconsin Administrative Code DHS 110 (exit DHS; PDF, 231 KB), every group that operates as or advertises as providing Basic level service must submit an operational plan and obtain a license as a Basic Service. Additionally, all individuals operating as Basics with a 9-1-1 response service must be trained through a Department (DHS) approved Basic program and obtain and maintain a state certificate.
Individual Critical Care Endorsement
This may be obtained by completing a Provider Upgrade Application from an individual's E-Licensing (exit DHS) account. After the Critical Care endorsement has been issued, the individual will then need to complete a Local Credential Agreement (LCA) for the service they wish to be affiliated. Only after both the Service and Medical Directors approve the LCA will the individual be added to the service roster.
Service Critical Care Endorsement
By January 1, 2013, every service providing Critical Care Paramedic Interfacility Transports will need to have an approved Operational Plan outlining that service's capabilities, policies, and protocols. To assist the service in obtaining this endorsement, the links below can be used to help guide the service in preparing the Operational Plan that will need to be submitted for approval:
Contact the Program Coordinator Frederick.Hornby@Wisconsin.gov for more information.
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Last Revised: May 06, 2014