Re-Licensure- Emergency Medical Transportation Services (EMTS)
An ambulance service must be renewed annually. In order to renew a license, the EMTS provider shall submit a completed license renewal application packet to the department at least 30 days prior to the expiration of the existing current license.
The license renewal application packet shall include:
- A completed EMTS licensure application
- A non-refundable licensing fee of $100 plus $75 per vehicle ambulance, sprint, or aircraft (Payment Procedure)
- List of all drivers and certified or licensed personnel (EMT, RN/LPN), including registration or license number
- List of all ambulance stations – include complete geographical address including zip code
- List of all vehicles: ambulance and sprint vehicles include VIN, make, year, model, type, license plate number, unit (fender) number
- Certificates of Insurance: Medical Malpractice, Automobile Liability, General Liability- We do not accept Louisiana Automobile Insurance Identification Cards
- If there have been any changes in the medical protocols since the last renewal send an electronic copy of current medical protocols, signed by the physician/medical director and accompanied by a cover letter from the appropriate parish or component medical society or societies for use in t0heir service area.
- Send a current electronic copy of the standard operating procedures if there have been any changes since the last renewal
- For air ambulance services only: FAA Part 135 Certificate, FAA Aircraft Certificate of Registration*, FAA Certificate of Airworthiness*, FAA pilot’s license (for each pilot) (*denotes that one is required for each aircraft).
Failure to submit to the department a completed license renewal application packet prior to the expiration of the current license will result in the voluntary non-renewal of the EMTS provider license.