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EMS on the Hill Day 2011 to provide a platform for EMS professionals

Published on 16 March 2011
National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians is sponsoring the second EMS on the Hill Day on May 3-4
EMS professionals will ask Congressional leaders at Capitol Hill to advocate the passage of EMS legislation

National Volunteer Fire Council joined representatives from all sectors of the EMS community to inform members of Congress about the needs of the emergency medical services in 2010.

The National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians is sponsoring the second EMS on the Hill Day on May 3-4 in Washington, DC. The event provides participants the opportunity to join with other EMS professionals from across the nation to meet with Congressional leaders on Capitol Hill to advocate for the passage of key EMS legislation. Registration for EMS on the Hill Day is now open.

The inaugural EMS on the Hill Day was held in May 2010. The National Volunteer Fire Council joined representatives from all sectors of the EMS community to inform members of Congress about the needs of the emergency medical services and send a consistent message on the important issues facing EMS.

With a new Congress recently taking office, it is critical to educate our elected leaders on EMS issues and advocate for the passage of key EMS legislation. A networking event and pre-Hill briefing are scheduled for May 3, with Congressional visits taking place on May 4. 

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