The Ohio EMS Conference


The Ohio EMS Conference
May 22 & 23, 2017

The Greater Columbus Convention Center
400 N High St, Columbus OH 43215

Join us for either or both days!

Scheduled Events

  • The Ohio EMS Conference
  • The John P. Moore Memorial EMS Award for Excellence
  • The OhioHealth Excellence in EMS Medical Direction Award
  • EMS Operations Track
  • EMS Education Track
  • Clinical Integration Track (Mobile Integrated Healthcare/Community Paramedicine)
  • Operations StreetSmart Workshop
  • Franklin County Firefighters|OhioHealth Grant Medical Center EMS Professions Alumni Breakfast and the OhioHealth Excellence in EMS Education Award

Keynote Presenters

  • Ronald I. Gross, MD, FACS
    • Baystate Medical Center
  • Anahi Ortiz MD
    • Franklin County Coroner
  • John K Salka
    • FDNY (Ret.)
  • Gary Wingrove
    • Mayo Clinic Medical Transport
    • International Roundtable on Community Paramedicine
    • The Paramedic Foundation

Help Spread the Word!

Save-the-Date Flyer

 

Conference Registration

For easier registration, we recommend using Google Chrome (Desktop version) to access the EventBrite link or the Event Brite app (Android or iOS).

Group registration and invoicing is available to EMS, fire, and hospital organizations. Official organization representatives (e.g. EMS Coordinators, Chiefs, department administrators, etc.) may call (614) 566-8173 for details.

 

Conference Agenda
Monday, May 22, 2017
7.2 EMS CE Hours

 

Conference Agenda
Tuesday, May 23, 2017
7.2 EMS CE Hours

 

The John P. Moore Memorial EMS Award for Excellence

John Moore 100

Background

John P. Moore was an invaluable member of the OhioHealth Grant Medical Center family. For 25 years, John served as a part- time paramedic instructor at Grant, and was one of three paramedic instructors for the Columbus Division of Fire. John dedicated his professional life to the continued success of the Grant Trauma program and Grant’s LifeLink program. His contributions to the improvement of care for pre-hospital patients through his efforts at the Columbus Division of Fire, Grant LifeFlight, Grant LifeLink and Grant’s Paramedic School are invaluable.

Description

To pay honor to John’s memory, OhioHealth is proud to present The John P. Moore Memorial EMS Award for Excellence. This prestigious award is bestowed annually upon an Ohio Emergency Medical Responder, Emergency Medical Technician, Advanced Emergency Medical Technician or Paramedic.

It serves to recognize, appreciate, and celebrate the recipient’s accomplishments and contributions, as demonstrated through their actions as an EMS advocate, educator, leader, mentor or provider.

Eligibility Criteria

A nominee for The John P. Moore Memorial EMS Award for
Excellence must:

+  Be an EMS provider, with a current and valid certification issued by the State of Ohio, Division of EMS as an Emergency Medical Responder, Emergency Medical Technician, Advanced Emergency Medical Technician or Paramedic; and
+   Be an EMS provider with no disciplinary actions against them by the Ohio State Board of Emergency Medical Services; and
+   Be a member in good standing of a recognized EMS organization that responds to emergencies and other requests, including those made by the public-at-large; and
+   Meet the spirit of the award description

Nomination Requirements and Submission

Section 1: Nominator Information (Required)

Section 2: Nominee Information (Required)

Section 3: Nominee Biography (Required)

Describe in 500 words or less, why the nominee should be considered for this award.

Please provide detailed information and specific examples of how the nominee has affected the lives of others by creating a long-lasting, positive impact on the provision of emergency medical services. Use this section to tell the story of your nominee and to make an impact.

Section 4: Optional Attachments (Maximum 3)

A maximum of three attachments may be included as part of this nomination packet. The attachments may contain examples of the nominee’s work or other supportive items, including letters-of-recommendation.

Deadline March 31, 2017 at 12 p.m.

 

Excellence in EMS Medical Direction Award

Background

The Medical Director serves a critical role in the delivery of emergency medical services, clinical integration with healthcare systems, community health management, clinical quality and patient safety, emergency medical dispatch, training and education, and clinical operations.

A deep understanding of the emergency medical services system and its people are a must. An engaged medical director serves as a role model, subject matter expert, researcher, risk manager, data analyst, facilitator, liaison, and much more. Today’s EMS professionals demand and deserve quality, dedicated face-time with medical directors.

Description

To recognize EMS medical directors, OhioHealth is proud to present the Excellence in EMS Medical Direction Award. This prestigious award is bestowed annually upon an Ohio EMS Physician Medical Director.

It serves to recognize, appreciate, and celebrate the recipient’s accomplishments and contributions, as demonstrated through their actions as an EMS advocate, educator, leader, mentor or professional.

Eligibility Criteria

A nominee for the Excellence in EMS Medical Direction Award must:

+  Be a physician, with a current and valid license issued by the State of Ohio; and
+   Have no disciplinary actions against them by the Ohio Medical Board; and
+   Be a medical director, in good standing, of a recognized EMS organization that responds to emergencies and other requests, including those made by the public-at-large; and
+   Meet the spirit of the award description

Nomination Requirements

Section 1: Nominator Information (Required)

Section 2: Nominee Information (Required)

Section 3: Nominee Biography (Required)

Describe in 500 words or less, why the nominee should be considered for this award.

Please provide detailed information and specific examples of how the nominee has affected the lives of others by creating a long-lasting, positive impact on the provision of emergency medical services. Use this section to tell the story of your nominee and to make an impact.

Section 4: Optional Attachments (Maximum 3)

A maximum of three attachments may be included as part of this nomination packet. The attachments may contain examples of the nominee’s work or other supportive items, including letters-of-recommendation.

Deadline March 31, 2017 at 12 p.m.

 

Conference and Exhibit Areas

All conference events will be conveniently located in the Greater Columbus Convention Center.

Parking garages are located nearby on Goodale Boulevard, Nationwide Boulevard between High and Third Streets and on Vine Street between High and Park Streets.

Convention Center Map and Floor Plan
Directions and Parking
Area Map
Regional Map

 

Exhibitors and Sponsors

We appreciate the support of our exhibitors and sponsors!

In addition to the trade show hall, we are planning a much more in Exhibit Hall C:

Demonstration Zone with the latest in EMS technologies and equipment
Interactive Zone with hands-on activities
Vehicle Exhibit Area  for larger displays
Dining hall for all snack breaks and lunch
OhioHealth Zone with clinical service exhibits

 

Exhibitors and Sponsor Opportunities

Reach out to an expected audience of over 1500 people at multiple events over two days in one location!

There are many exhibitor, sponsor, and other opportunities to interact with this audience of Emergency Medical Responders, Emergency Medical Technicians, Advanced EMTs, Paramedics, nurses, physicians, chief officers, educators, supply coordinators, hospital, trauma, stroke and STEMI center representatives, and others.

Exhibitor Prospectus
Contact Us
 for more information.

 

Hotel Information

Looking for a place to stay? Visit the columbusconventions.com area map and select view hotels.

 

Area Information

Check our these links to area information.
Eat. Sleep. Stay. Shop.

http://www.experiencecolumbus.com/
http://shortnorth.org/
http://arenadistrict.com/
http://germanvillage.com/
http://eastontowncenter.com/
http://polarisfashionplace.com/
http://www.centralohiofiremuseum.com/

Notice: OhioHealth has no relationship with and makes no guarantees related to accommodations or other local amenities or services. Please confirm availability, rates, fees, terms, etc. directly with the service provider.

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Additional Information

Online: Contact Us
Email: ems@ohiohealth.com
Telephone: (614) 566.9111

Educational Scope

OhioHealth Emergency Medical Services continuing education programs are intended only to introduce or further enhance knowledge and skills. Authorization to perform any procedure, skill, technique or the like, as well as certification or licensure, is not implied or granted. Future performance, retention of knowledge, competency and the like are not implied or guaranteed. The issuance or possession of certificates, provider cards, letters of attendance and the like, as well as participation in or completion of an educational offering, do not indicate a participant’s knowledge, expected behavior or capacity to perform.

EMS CE Approval

OhioHealth Emergency Medical Services (i.e. OhioHealth Grant Medical Center LifeLink) Is approved by the State of Ohio Department of Public Safety, Division of EMS as a Continuing Education Provider (Approval #2084). Ohio Division of EMS

Nursing CE Approval

The Ohio Board of Nursing accepts “a CE activity that has been approved by an agency that regulates a healthcare profession or discipline in Ohio or another jurisdiction.” CE approved by the State of Ohio, Department of Public Safety, Division of EMS meets Ohio Board of Nursing CE requirements. Ohio Board of Nursing

AHA Training Center Authorization

OhioHealth Emergency Medical Services is an authorized provider of all American Heart Association ECC courses, including BLS, ACLS, PALS, and PEAR. The American Heart Association strongly promotes knowledge and proficiency in BLS, ACLS, PALS, and PEARS and has developed instructional materials for this purpose. Use of these materials in an educational course does not represent course sponsorship by the American Heart Association, and fees charged for such courses do not represent income to the American Heart Association. AHA CPR and ECC