EMS and Emergency Nursing Regional Conference in Valdosta
Bob Page South Georgia Medical Center’s Dasher Memorial Heart Center will host a regional conference for Georgia emergency medical services and emergency nursing professionals on May 20-21 at Wiregrass Georgia Technical College in Valdosta. The event titled, Improving Patient Care (STEMI), is free to participants but registration is required and can be completed online at www.sgmc.org/events. The two-day conference features nationally recognized speaker, instructor, author, and paramedic Bob Page, BAS, NRP, CCP, NCEE. Conference courses are approved for continuing education credits. “SGMC is thrilled to host this educational conference for a second year,” said SGMC CEO Randy Sauls. “Front-line medical personnel are an integral part of patient outcomes and by offering this opportunity we hope to enhance health care delivery across the region.”Page is a Nationally Certified EMS Educator with more than 35 years of experience as a paramedic and 40 years of experience as an educator. Page has presented at more than 2,500 seminars worldwide since 1990 and is recognized for his energetic, humorous and motivational speaking style, transforming dry and hard to teach topics into a fun, learning experience. Other guest speakers include SGMC CardioVascular Institute surgeon Maurice Solis, MD and SGMC affiliated interventional cardiologist Dr. Sid Staton, MD. For complete event information, visit www.sgmc.org/eventflyer.