7 AAC 26.150(e)
Scope of Practice: Emergeny Medical Services Provider under Mutual Aid Agreement
A licensed emergency medical services provider providing mutual aid within the state can provide care within the scope of practice of their home state, territory, or nation. Medical direction by a physician is required for advanced life support procedures.
(e) When providing mutual aid, and when treating and transporting a patient to or within this state, a person who is licensed or certified in another state, territory, or nation, as an EMT, mobile intensive care paramedic, or some other designation as an emergency medical responder, may provide care consistent with the scope of practice in the state, territory, or nation of origin, so long as medical direction is provided by a physician for advanced life support procedures, and the care is not precluded by the laws of the state, territory, or nation of origin.