19th Annual New Hampshire Emergency Medical Services Conference
September 9, 2011
The 19th New Hampshire Emergency Medical Services Conference will be held Oct. 14, 15 & 16, 2011 at the Attitash Grand Summit Hotel and Conference Center in Bartlett, NH. This Conference is sponsored by Littleton Regional Hospital and is New Hampshire's premier EMS conference with students coming from NH, VT, MA, NY, CT, and ME. The conference is designed to provide first class continuing education and training for EMTs, Paramedics, Firefighters, Police, Emergency Nurses, Emergency Managers, and Ski Patrollers. The New Hampshire Bureau of EMS is extending EMS continuing education credit based on attendance to assist students in fulfilling their NH re-licensure requirements.
Sponsored as a collective effort by Littleton Regional Hospital and supported by the Northern New Hampshire Emergency Medical Services Council, the NH Department of Safety, Bureau of Emergency Medical Services and the NH Department of Health & Human Services, the Rural Health and Primary Section and Rural Hospital Flexibility Program. The conference draws talented presenters who are nationally/internationally experts in their fields not only from New Hampshire but also from across the country.
Programs on Friday, Saturday and Sunday focus on EMS continuing education needs in the areas of: trauma, medical emergencies, Pediatrics, cardiac monitoring assessment, airway management, EMS Instructor education, management training, ice rescue, street drugs, air medical transport, suicide, NH all-hazards planning, spinal care, etc.
The annual EMS conference banquet will be held on Saturday, Oct. 15, 2011, with numerous dignitaries attending. The Northern New Hampshire Emergency Medical Services Council and the Conference Committee will also present special recognition awards to EMS Providers, Educators, and a special Citizenship Award.
If you have any questions or would like a registration brochure, call Kim Thayer, Conference/Event Director at 444-7500, or click here to register online.
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