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REMSA test

Discussion in 'EMS Employment' started by mgaska84, Aug 14, 2012.

  1. mgaska84

    mgaska84 New Member

    I am taking my REMSA medic test next week, I know its 200 questions, anyone know what I should focus my studying on? I already feel pretty confident about it, having passed my NREMT-P in 80 questions...just looking for a little info!
  2. Study the protocols
  3. Anjel

    Anjel Forum Angel

    Location:
    The Mitten
    No no no. That makes too much sense.
  4. Jambi

    Jambi Active Member

    Location:
    SoCal, Temecula
    REMSA as in Riverside County California? the agency has no test, but what's administered through hiring agencies as far as I know.
  5. mgaska84

    mgaska84 New Member

    REMSA as in Reno
  6. Linuss

    Linuss New Member

    Location:
    DFW
    No, REMSA is Regional Emergency Medical Services Authority, in the Reno area. Sister type agency to EMSA, MEMS, RAA, MedStar, Sunstar and a few others.
  7. Jambi

    Jambi Active Member

    Location:
    SoCal, Temecula
    Ah! Thanks. Our agency now insists on being referred to REMSA so it's stuck in my head.
  8. Riverside county is just REMS. No A on the end lol
  9. Jambi

    Jambi Active Member

    Location:
    SoCal, Temecula
    Nope. It's been changed...It is now REMSA.
  10. Must of just happened because I called them yesterday...

    I know the new policy book is REMSA but everything else is still REMS.
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  11. Jambi

    Jambi Active Member

    Location:
    SoCal, Temecula
    Yeah, it was recent. Had a conversation with their staff and it has something to do with respect as an "agency" or some such thing like that...but the county has a bit of hx with such things...starting with its initial seperation from ICEMA so many moons ago...:blink:
  12. Handsome Robb

    Handsome Robb Youngin' Premium Member

    From what I hear it's more like a medic school final/NREMT than protocols. Also might be worth reviewing home meds and 12-lead interpretation.

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