Center for Emergency Response Training
The Continuing Medical Education-CME Office provides non-credit training and continuing
education courses for emergency medical services (EMS) personnel, such as EMT's and
paramedics, as well as nurses, physicians, and other allied healthcare professionals
in the community.
Continuing Medical Education-CME is housed in the Department of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) on the University's Campus. The Office has been designated as an authorized training center (TC) of the American Heart Association. The Office also provides other non-credit training courses of interest to the emergency response community.
University of South Alabama
Department of EMS Education
Attention: Will Montalban, CME Program Director
600 Clinic Drive – Suite 400
Mobile, AL 36688-0002
Physicians: Maximum of 16 hours (2-day course) or 8 hours (1-day course) in Category I AMA Physician’s Recognition Award
Nursing: Maximum of 13.2 hours (2-day course) or 6.6 hours (1-day course) by the Alabama Board of Nursing
EMS Providers: Maximum of 16 hours (2-day course) or 8 hours (1-day course) by the ADPH and NREMT
Other Health Disciplines: Refer to your Association guidelines
Each person should claim those hours of credit that he or she actually spent in the educational activity.