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Last updated 12/20/2016
To apply for MICN authorization, a candidate must be currently employed by a Base Hospital in the County of San Luis
Obispo and possess a minimum of one year of experience in emergency department nursing.
MICN Initial Authorization - Upon successful completion of requirements and confirmation that the applicant is not precluded from  
authorization, an individual is eligible for MICN authorization.

MICN Reauthorization - Upon successful completion of requirements and confirmation that the applicant is not precluded from
reauthorization, an individual is eligible for MICN authorization.

Lapsed MICN Authoirzation - There are no extensions for lapsed MICN authorizations. Once an authorization has expired an
individual may not work as an MICN or represent him/herself as an MICN.  Upon successful completion of requirements and
confirmation that the applicant is not precluded from reauthorization, an individual is eligible for MICN authorization.

Emergency Medical Services Division
Working to assure that our county’s residents and visitors receive optimal prehospital care on a daily basis and protection during public health emergencies.
County of San Luis Obispo
Mobile Intensive Care Nurse (MICN)
MOBILE INTENSIVE CARE NURSE (MICN) COURSES
2 Day Initial Course From - The County of San Luis Obispo EMS Agency two-day MICN authorization course will be held January
25 and February 1, 2017. The course registration form must be received by the EMS Agency no later than two weeks prior to
class.  Class size is limited to 20 students.

Re-authorization Course Registration Form - Registration must be received by the EMS Agency no later than two weeks prior to
class.Class size is limited to 20 students.