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Report Your Illinois Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) Program Work

This page is for Illinois SMP volunteers and partners to report their SMP interactions and activities. If you would like to know more about becoming an SMP volunteer, visit our SMP Volunteer page.

Volunteers and partners with the Illinois SMP can report their activities using their unique SIRS login information. Please contact your local SMP coordinator for more information or email Travis Trumitch at

SIRS (SMP Information and Referral System)

Please use the following link to enter all of your interactions into SIRS:

        SIRS Login Page

If you have forgotten your username or password, please use the link on the SIRS login page.


Tutorials and Support

This flowchart and table can help youdecide which eFile form to use to report your SMP interactions and activities.

What eFile Do I Use? Flowchart and Table (PDF)

The following job aide can be used to keep track of your SMP activities before entering them in the appropriate form. The spreadsheet columns following the fields you will need to enter in eFile or the Volunteer Hours Form.

Illinois SMP eFile Job Aide (Excel)

The National SMP Resource Center has created a video tutorial on how to use the eFile forms. Click on the link below to view this video:

eFile Video Tutorial (about 55 minutes)

This project is supported in part by grant numbers 90MP0163 and 90SP0015 from the U.S. Administration on Aging, Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, D.C. 20201. Grantees undertaking projects under government sponsorship are encouraged to express freely their findings and conclusions. Points of view or opinions do not, therefore, necessarily represent official Administration on Aging policy.