Global Emergency
Medical Registry

Patient Safety, Provider Competency, Improved Patient Outcome

Australasian Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians

  • Medical Caduceus

    Stay up to Date

    The medical and quality assurance of the Registry is overseen by the GEMR International Oversight Committee, a group of highly qualified physicians, EMS providers, government representatives, and auditors who oversee all aspects of the registry, standards, skills requirements, curriculum, and audit functions.

  • About GEMR

    About Us

    The Registry was formed in January 2004 after reviewing the needs of medical professionals who worked or volunteered across multiple countries in our ever more global community. The Registry exists to provide a “third party” competency and assessment of personnel from throughout the world, considered against the Registry recognized scopes of practice and curriculum. This service allows governments, agencies having jurisdiction (AHJ), and industry to be assured of the provider’s competencies, education, bi-annual continuing medical education (CME) and current skills documentation required for renewal.

  • Assessment Process

    Assessment Process

    The Registry requires all registered providers to have completed initial didactic and skills assessment prior to registration; as well as, continuing medical education completion and skills log documentation prior to renewal of registration.

What are the minimum requirements for Registration?

How do I apply for registration?

  • Associate Member of the Association of Accredited Certification Bodies