Emergency Medical Assistants Licensing Board
The Emergency Medical Assistants Licensing Board is responsible for examining, registering and licensing all emergency medical assistants (EMAs) in B.C., including first responders.
The board, under the authority of the Emergency Health Services Act, sets licence terms and conditions, and mandates competency requirements. In addition, the board investigates complaints and conducts hearings where necessary.
The board has three members, all appointed. By law the board must include a licensed EMA and a medical practitioner. The third member sits as the board chair and brings an expertise in arbitration and labour law.
Click here to see the profile for: Mr. Ken M. Kramer, Chair
Click here to see the profile for: Dr. Phillip Yoon, Vice Chair
Click here to see the profile for: Mr. Bill Leverett, member
2012/2013 EMA Licensing Board Annual Report (PDF 1.1M)
2011/2012 EMA Licensing Board Annual Report (PDF 1.0M)
2010/2011 EMA Licensing Board Annual Report (PDF 745K)
2009/2010 EMA Licensing Board Annual Report (PDF 687K)
August 13, 2013
EMA Licensing Minimum Age Requirement
Effective August 12th 2013 a new age requirement policy is in place for registrants under 19 years old. Learn More
July 5, 2013
Emergency Medical Assistants Continuing Competence System (EMACCS)
EMACCS is now available. Learn More
January 24, 2013
Electronic Application for Licence Form
As part of the EMA Licensing Branch's ongoing LEAN initiative, we are introducing our new electronic Application for Licence form. Learn more
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