The National EMS Pilots Association is now accepting nominations for the NEMSPA EMS Pilot of the Year and the NEMSPA Lifetime Achievement Awards. Both awards will be presented at the annual Air Medical Transport Conference (AMTC) in Fort Worth, Texas October 2017.
Nominees should embody the best that the air ambulance industry has to offer in Professionalism, Technical Expertise, Safety, and Leadership to include being involved and having contributed to the air medical and aviation industries.
Due to competition, it is highly recommended that all submitters provide specific details as to why they think their nominee should be chosen. While the quality of the information for the nominee is very important so too is the number of nominations submitted for each individual. So please tell all your friends to submit a nomination in their own words as well.
Online Submission site: www.nemspa.org/awards
Deadline: July 15, 2017
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