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ZOLL: Register for Summit 2014

Denver, Co. May 13-16


 
 

| Monday, March 31, 2014


Dates: May 13-16, 2014  (sessions start at 8:00 am on Tuesday and conclude at noon on Friday)
Location: Denver, Colorado - Hyatt Regency Downtown Denver
Cost: $775 per person (Book your room at the Hyatt and receive $100 off your registration)

Each year ZOLL hosts an annual conference for customers and individuals interested in the latest technology for data managment and improving patient outcomes.  With 8 tracks and over 120 sessions, there is plenty of opportunity to learn and share.

At Summit you get the opportunity to learn from industry leaders; discover innovations within the fire and EMS industries; share industry and product knowledge; and network with peers and ZOLL staff.

A Summit conference pass includes access to all sessions Tuesday through Friday as well as the evening events. Breakfast and daily snacks are also included with registration. Daily lunch and dinner are not included.

Check out the full agenda as well as the special pre and post conference trainings below.

Special Pre-conference Crystal Training
Dates: May 10-12, 2014 (limited to 15 customers)
Cost: $1250 per person
Learn More.

Special Pre-conference Community Paramedicine Workshop
Date: May 12, 2014
Cost: $175 per person
Learn More

Resuscitation Update! Just added
Date: May 16, 2014
Cost: Free with Summit Registration; $30 per person if only attending the Friday training. This is perfect  for local EMS professionals needing additional training and CEU's.

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