The National EMS Pilots Association (NEMSPA) Board of Directors announced their annual work session will be held in late January in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The Board of Directors, made up of 12 members will spend time working together to be the voice of the air medical pilot.
“With many issues and challenges facing the air medical pilot we have a full agenda” says Stu Buckingham, President of NEMSPA.
This will be the first Board of Directors work session since the addition of new Board Members in March.
Formed in 1984, NEMSPA helps EMS helicopter and fixed-wing pilots to keep abreast of current issues in the air medical industry. For more information visit www.NEMSPA.org
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