The NASEMSO Fall Meeting generally occurs in September or October, and the site rotates throughout the country. The NASEMSO Annual Meeting purpose is to address current issues and trends in emergency medical services systems. Programs are conducted in a variety of formats to maximize information exchange and dialogue with state EMS officials on current EMS issues. Exhibits of advanced equipment, technology, and services are part of the meeting.
Why Exhibit at NASEMSO’s Annual Meeting?
1. Intimate Setting – the meeting draws 350 participants; you won’t get lost in the crowd.
2. Dedicated Exhibit Hours that don’t conflict with the meeting program.
3. Access to State-Level Regulators without an RFP or cumbersome government processes.
Who Exhibits at NASEMSO’s Annual Meeting?
Manufacturers, providers and distributors of EMS medical supplies, data collection systems and other software, wireless network/ communications systems, training courseware, and more.
The National Association of State EMS Officials was formed in 1980 as an IRS-designated 501(c)(3), non-profit organization. The membership year is July 1 to June 30.
A seamless nationwide network of coordinated and accountable state, regional and local EMS and emergency care systems. The systems use public health principles, data and evidence as a basis for safe and effective care in day-to-day operations as well as during catastrophic events.