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The Georgia EMS Association is dedicated to helping EMTs and Paramedics who work in the State of Georgia.  GEMSA is an association you can be proud to be a member of. 

With member discounts, educational conferences, representation on a host of organizations, the GEMSA Journal, legislative representation, other discounts, and much more, you can't afford not to be a member.  

2019 GEMSA DIRECTORS & LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE - On-site registration available

March 25-27, 2019
Legacy Lodge & Conference Center at Lake Lanier
7000 Lanier Islands Parkway, Buford, GA 30518

Whether you are an EMS Director, department manager, shift supervisor, or anyone with the responsibility of leading a team of people, the GEMSA Directors and Leadership Conference is the place for you! This conference provides two valuable days of thought-provoking sessions along with the opportunity to network with other EMS professionals and industry leaders. You will hear from a group of multi-faceted lecturers and subject matter experts who will challenge you and provide you with tools to exponentially enhance your leadership expertise. Sessions provide an opportunity to……

  • Enhance your leadership expertise professionally and personally
  • Learn from renowned speakers and authors – experts in leadership
  • Network with industry leaders to build relationships and learn best practices

View our event page to find the brochure and agenda, registration information, and hotel details.

Guidance for Documenting Stroke-Related EMS Calls

The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) uses a variety of data sources to track stroke events and the quality of stroke care delivery across Georgia. EMS plays a critical role in optimizing stroke care and ensuring better patient outcome. EMS data provide information on the early critical phase of acute stroke care and allow the department to monitor and improve the quality of stroke care in the state. 

Thorough and consistent documentation of stroke event-related EMS trips allows the DPH surveillance systems to provide feedback to EMS on areas of improvement to prevent death and long-term disability. Moreover, such data enable the department to assess the impact of EMS activity on patient outcomes and implement evidence based best practices across the stroke care continuum.

Read the full document here.

Exhibitor and Sponsor Registration 2019

Our sponsors and exhibitors are what allows us to maintain our registration cost so we can keep the conferences affordable for EMS professionals in the state.  Download our complete exhibitor and sponsorship guide for complete details on these opportunities or click on the links below.
If you would like more information on corporate sponsorships or have questions on becoming an exhibitor, please contact GEMSA Communications Specialist Mary Napier.


GEMSA Trainings

See upcoming trainings using the Training tab on our website. 

Upcoming Courses:

~TECC Course - March 1 & 2
~EVOC Train the Trainer courses- April & May 2019

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The mission of the Georgia Emergency Medical Services Association is to advocate for the emergency medical provider, develop educational programs, liaison activities, provider benefit programs, and improvements to the Emergency Medical Service System in Georgia.

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