23-Sep-2020 Source: AAMS
The Association of Air Medical Services will connect the medical transport community through this year’s virtual Air Medical Transport Conference (AMTC) utilizing a fully virtual platform November 2-4, 2020. The three-day event will include more than 60 sessions, two keynote addresses, awards presentations, plus four evening engagement opportunities.
“With the health and safety of our attendees in mind, we took this opportunity to provide a new and expanded digital version of our three-day gathering that encourages even more industry professionals to participate in our 2020 event,” said Cameron Curtis, Association of Air Medical Services President and CEO.
AMTC20 will feature new attendance rates starting at $199 to access all three days of content.
On Monday, November 2, Jessica Buchanan will kick-off this year’s annual conference with an inspiring, hour-long keynote session starting at 9 a.m. EST. Author of Impossible Odds, Jessica shares her heart wrenching memoir of her kidnapping by Somali land pirates, three-month captivity, and rescue by the SEAL Team Six.
AMTC20 will also feature the annual AMTC awards presentation on Tuesday, November 2, with Expo Hall hours and education sessions scheduled throughout the three days.
On Wednesday, November 4, the day’s sessions will begin with keynote speaker Ben Nemtin. A Canadian producer, writer, speaker, and TV personality of MTV series “The Buried Life,” Ben will share his perspective from his book What Do You Want To Do Before You Die?
Visit AMTC20.org for online registration, schedule of events, exhibitor information and a list of education sessions.
Interested in exhibiting or sponsorship opportunities? Contact Diana Lundie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Air Medical Transport Conference (AMTC) is an internationally recognized, annual educational meeting and trade show dedicated to improving the quality of patient care transport services. AMTC facilities a lively exchange of information to help medical transport professionals respond to constantly changing patient needs, and promotes industry advancement through adaptation to new technologies.