We wouldn’t be here without you! Here is a snapshot of what you can expect in 2020.
Put yourself in front of EMS professionals from across the region during our EMS Symposium.
Speakers For the 2020 Symposium
Keynote Speaker – Ed Racht, MD
The New Frontier Emergency Medicine Symposium is ecstatic to announce that Ed Racht, MD, the Chief Medical Officer of Global Medical Response, will be the opening keynote speaker, in addition to teaching breakout sessions and sitting on the panel discussion.Dr. Racht is and has been a leading EMS and emergency physician for many, many years. His impact on the industry is known worldwide, and we could not be more pleased to have him join us for 3 days in Coeur d’Alene this coming April.
Dr. Rick Hunt, an emergency physician with years of experience working with the federal government, who lead the White House’s response to the Ebola Crisis. Dr. Will Krost, a long-time paramedic and now emergency physician from Cleveland, Ohio. General (ret.) Craig Manifold, DO, emergency physician and NAEMT’s Medical Director. Matthew Streger, paramedic and partner at the law firm of Keavney & Streger. Allen Wolfe, past president of the Air and Surface Transport Nurses Association. Mark Sawden, paramedic and leader in the Seattle/King County Medic 1 System. Janet Taylor, flight nurse/EMT at Life Flight Eagle. Dan Schwartz, Paramedic/Medical Services Officer at Marysville Fire. Dan Livengood, Firefighter and flight Paramedic, Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue & Life Flight Network. Jess Fulkerson, Lieutenant Paramedic at North Mason Fire. Steve Rahm, Chief of Clinical Direction, Center for Emergency Health Sciences. Theresa Bowden, Pediatric Nurse Educator at Kootenai Health. Robert Luckritz, Paramedic & Attorney, VP of Operations, Jersey City Medical Center.
Registration is now open for attendees, exhibitors and sponsors — we look forward to seeing you in Coeur d’Alene!
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Want To Be a Speaker?
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Our TeamOur Mission: “To Deliver the Highest Quality, Patient and Provider, Focused Medical Education”
Chief, Kootenai County EMS
Chris is the Chief of Kootenai County EMS System in Idaho. He has been in EMS for 26 years and is a licensed paramedic. Chris got his paramedic education from Coffeyville (KS) Community College…
Bill is a frequent educator at regional, national and international conferences. Bill’s user-friendly approach to emergency management topics provides a relaxed and interactive atmosphere for all participants…
Chief Cleburne Fire Department
Scott began his EMS career in 1992. Shortly after his arrival into pre-hospital medicine, he became a Firefighter with the City of Cleburne, Texas. Scott became the EMS educator for his Department…
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