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April 15 Is the Deadline for 2011 EMS on the Hill Day

This year's National Association of EMTs EMS on the Hill Day will be May 3-4. NAEMT invites all EMS professionals to register by April 15 to join the EMS advocacy event.

According to the NAEMT website, EMS on the Hill Day "provides participants with the opportunity to join with other EMS professionals from across the nation and meet with congressional leaders on Capitol Hill to advocate for the passage of key EMS legislation."

The website lists the following program highlights:

May 3, 5 p.m. – Meet with other participants, attend the pre-Hill visit briefing;

May 4, morning/afternoon – Attend scheduled appointments with your Senate and House leaders and their staff; and

May 4, 5 p.m. – Attend the post-Hill visit reception.

Click here to learn more and register.

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