Help Drive The Future of EMS TIMES ARE CHANGING FOR EMS.
It has never been more important for EMS professionals to speak out on behalf of our patients’ needs and on issues that impact our ability to provide quality medical care.
Participate in EMS On The Hill Day and personally meet with your U.S. Senators, House Representative and their Congressional staff. Ensure that Congress fully understands our diverse role — from supporting healthcare systems by managing and redirecting non-emergent patients, to responding to disasters, accidents and other calls for skilled emergency medical care.
April 20, 2016 (briefing April 19) Washington, D.C.
All EMS professionals are invited and encouraged to participate. Join us on Capitol Hill – for our patients and our profession. Download the complimentary Welcome Guide to get all the information you'll need for the event – planning your visit, tips to get around Capitol Hill, and more!
At EMS On The Hill Day you will:
Represent your patients, your profession, your community and your state at EMS On The Hill Day!
Join with colleagues from across the nation to deliver a unified message directly to the legislators and staff who bring change.
- Advocate for the passage of key EMS legislation.
- Meet and work with the top EMS leaders from across the country.
- Sharpen your advocacy skills to benefit your EMS agency and local community.
DON'T MISS THE MIH SUMMIT!
Beyond MIH: Transforming EMS April 19, 2016
Our nation's healthcare system is rapidly transforming. Learn about the specific tools and skills EMS professionals will need to successfully navigate these dynamic changes.
Headquarters Hotel is the Hilton Crystal City at Washington Reagan National Airport, 2399 Jefferson Davis Hwy., Arlington, VA 22202. The room rate is $199 + tax for a single or double room. Reservations must be made by March 18, 2016 to receive this special rate. Rooms are subject to availability, so please book early! Reservations for this event can be made ONLINE
or by calling 703-418-6800
View 2015 EMS On The Hill Day Briefing webcast here.
View 2015 EMS On The Hill Day photos here.
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