We have chosen to work for the betterment of
our patients and our profession.
Participate in EMS On The Hill Day
April 29, 2015 (briefing April 28)
Join your EMS peers from across the country to educate your members of Congress about the challenges you face in providing quality emergency and mobile medical care.
Represent your state and our profession in Washington, D.C.
Advocate for the passage of key EMS legislation.
Personally meet with your U.S. Senators, House Representative and their Congressional staff.
Meet and work with the top EMS leaders from across the country.
Sharpen your advocacy skills to benefit your EMS agency and local community.
All EMS professionals are invited and encouraged to participate. Join us on Capitol Hill to better our profession and patient care.
Registration for the 2015 EMS On The Hill Day is now closed.
Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Beginning at 5:30 p.m., the Hill-day briefing will help you prepare for your day on Capitol Hill. Key legislative issue discussion points and your appointment schedule will be provided, and a networking reception with your peers will follow. (Make the most of your trip by also attending the Mobile Integrated Healthcare Summit – see sidebar.) Register for MIH Summit here.
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Attend scheduled appointments on Capitol Hill and educate your congressional representatives and their staff on important EMS issues. The day will conclude with a post-Hill-visit reception, beginning at 5:30 p.m.
Registration & Headquarters Hotel
- A nominal registration fee of $20 is being charged to help offset the cost of scheduling the Capitol Hill appointments. This registration fee is non-refundable after April 10, 2015.
From the Hilton Crystal City, there are a couple of convenient transportation options to Capitol Hill:
- Metro rail – the Crystal City Metro station is a short, six-minute walk from the Hilton. Round-trip fare to Capitol Hill is approximately $5.
- Taxi – fares range; approximately $15 each way.
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Unable to Attend EMS On The Hill Day?
You can still make your voice heard!
Call/write your congressional leaders.
E-mail your congressional leaders.
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