Each year, the National EMS Pilots Association accepts nominations of EMS helicopter or fixed wing pilots from the nationwide air medical transport community for recognition as the NEMSPA EMS Pilot of the Year. If you know of a pilot who stands out in terms of professional achievement and contributions to the safety and excellence of air medical operations you may submit his or her name for this prestigious award.
Nominations will be accepted until September 1 and the winner will be announced later that month on the homepage of the NEMSPA website. The recipient will receive the award during a special ceremony at the Air Medical Transport Conference in Seattle, WA in October.
To submit a nomination, go to the NEMSPA website at www.nemspa.org and use the link there to access the online form for submission.
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