Trusted Professionals - The Saskatchewan College of Paramedics
Protecting the public interest through the regulation of paramedics
Members with restricted licences who are looking for additional training should visit the CME Opportunities page for more information on courses and availability. CME Opportunities »
MEDICAL INFORMATION DEVICE SURVEY
MedicAlert invites you to participate in a survey regarding medical information devices. More information »
2014 ANNUAL REPORT
The 2014 SCoP Annual Report is now available. Download annual report »
THE PULSE IS BACK
Our member newsletter, The Pulse, has been redesigned. The newest issue came out on October 1. Read The Pulse »
WE HAVE MOVED
We are now open at our new location:
Saskatchewan College of Paramedics
202 - 1900 Albert Street
Regina SK S4P 4K8
All other contact information remains the same. Visitors are welcome any time between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Stop at the security desk in the lobby and ask for us.
This official list of registered members is updated as changes to the membership occur. The list indicates what type of licence the member has been issued and whether there are restrictions or conditions on that licence.
If you do not see yourself on this list, you are not currently licenced for 2015.
2015 list of registered members (pdf) »
INTERIM PROTOCOLS: FACILITY BASED & AIR AMBULANCE
Qualified paramedics currently working in these areas are now able to continue to work within these two protocols on an interim basis.
Read more about these protocols »
The revamped protocol manual is now available. Saskatchewan now has two protocol manuals, with members advised to use the manual suitable to their level of practice. Read more »
PCP SCOPE CHANGE
Changes are coming to the Primary Care Paramedic (PCP) scope of practice, affecting all current and future PCPs and Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs). Read more »
NEW SPINAL MANAGEMENT PROTOCOL
A significant change to the scope of practice relating to the management of trauma patients is now in effect. Learn more about this new protocol »