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NREMT Recertification Appeal Process

Richard Q. Hark represents many individuals who possess national certifications that do not require a state-based license. Some of these certifications include the American Society of Radiological Technologists, National Registry of Emergency Medical Technician, Pharmacy Technician, Ultrasound & Diagnostic Medical Sonography Technician, and Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality® (CPHQ).

One national certification for which Mr. Hark has represented several clients is the National Registry for Emergency Medical Technicians. These bi-annual recertifications can be been denied for any number of reasons. It is important to retain the services of an attorney who has experience working on NREMT matters to represent you.

Filing timely objections to a denial of recertification. The initial filings need to include documents and explanations. Also, attending any hearings in these cases is very important. EMTs who travel throughout the county require these national certifications.

When handling these cases, attorney Hark will clearly label, organize, index, copy and submit ahead of time all documents. He also attends the hearing with his client. The annual renewal certification policy and procedures are important. Proper and complete disclosure of any documents related to convictions or other disciplinary matters is a pivotal first step in the process.

In the NREMT process, those subject to adverse decisions must appeal. These people are out of touch with reality and unfairly penalize registrants with real-life issues who are trying to move forward with their lives.

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