Topics in EMS: Time Critical Calls - Register here 
Saturday February 9, 2019
Bigwood Conference and Event Center - Fergus Falls, Minnesota

Topics in EMS:Time Critical Calls is a medical education conference focused on time sensitive conditions that EMS and hospital emergency departments often encounter. Join us for our 7th Annual medical education conference featuring national experts and clinicians.    

Featured this year for a pre-conference is Eric Bauer with Flightbridge Ed, presenting Critical Care Certification Course. 

2019 Conference Keynote Presentations

Airway and ventilation Management - Mark Weiberg, BS, FP-C, NRP

Critical Care Medicine - Eric Bauer, MBA, FP-C, CCP-C, C-NPT

Highway Safety for Emergency Services - Tom Nixon

All Senses Overload Skills Practice - Rob Pearson, NRP

Stoneman Douglas High School - Response to an Active Killer Event 
Chief Juan Cardona, NRP, CEMSO, MPA
Coral Springs Fire Department - EMS Chief

OB,Trauma and the Newborn Care - HCMC

Stroke Care Interventions and EMS - Essentia Health

"12-Lead EKGs" Pitfalls and more..." - Jay Metzger, PA-C, EMT-P

90 Minutes and Counting: A STEMI Case Study - Jason Hughes, MD

Too Close to Home: A Cardiac Arrest Survivor Case Study
Sanford Health, Jamestown Hospital & Ambulance

SCAA Summit and meetings will be held in conjunction with the conference. Survivors, spouse, and other advocates should contact us for more information and registration.

Sponsors or Vendors Click HERE:

If you would like to join us and become a vendor or sponsor for our 2019 conference please contact: Josh Fischer - jfischer@stevensems.com or call 1-855-887-2338 or 320-589-7421.

We Thank our Conference Sponsors, Supporters, and Vendors who continue to make this conference possible!

Conference Registration includes breaks, materials, lunch buffet, reception, and CE certificate.

Topics in EMS:Time Critical Calls Medical Education Conference focuses on the time sensitive conditions that require rural EMS and hospital emergency departments to respond rapidly and initiate care. EMS systems working closely with law enforcement, fire, first responders, physicians and hospital systems have a dramatic effect on improved patient care and survival.


Vendors/Sponsors: REGISTER HERE

Conference Attendees: REGISTER HERE