EMS World Expo offers more dynamic education focusing on the future of EMS than any other industry conference. An extensive conference program featuring 140+ CEU-certified sessions across 8 tracks, EMS World Expo is led by over 100 of the industry’s top experts to ensure you have the skills and solutions you need to improve the patient care you deliver in an ever-changing healthcare system.
To view the conference program, speaker lineup and schedule of events visit:http://www.emsworldexpo.com/
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Randall Keith Lynch, 56, of Pine Bluff, Arkansas, passed away on Sunday, July 17, 2016, at his home.
He was born November 26, 1959, in Anchorage, Alaska, to David E. Lynch and Peggy Deweese Lewis.
He was reared and educated in White Hall, graduating from White Hall High School.
Mr. Lynch retired in 2015, after 16 years of service from Evergreen Packaging as a Master Electrician.
He was a member of Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church in Palmyra, an avid hunter and fisherman.
He was preceded in death by his parents and grandparents, Opal and Hugh Lynch, Lloyd and Nettie Deweese.
Survivors include his wife, Janice Valentine Lynch, whom he married on October 5, 1985, in Pine Bluff; children, Tiffany Pennington (Mark) of Hermitage, Michael Lynch (Lauren) of Warren, Scott Lynch of White Hall, Amanda Hipp (Sven) of White Hall; a brother, David Lynch, Jr., of White Hall; a sister, Melissa Searcy (Aaron) of California; grandchildren, Cole and Sawyer Pennington, Lex and Eli Lynch and Jensen Hipp.
Amy Marcella Cox, 56, of Sherwood, passed away on July 19th of complications following a massive stroke. Amy was a beloved wife & mother who dedicated herself to serving others through her career in EMS. As was her nature, even in death she gave of herself by donating to the Arkansas Regional Organ Recovery Association.
Amy’s career began in Camden at AR Fire Academy where she was involved in firefighting and EMS; and her career continued throughout the state. After completing her EMT & Paramedic certifications, Amy served and taught classes in many communities across Arkansas for nearly 25 years. She was a knowledgeable and passionate medic and an exceptional instructor of more than 1000 students. She set the bar high for those following in her footsteps.
Amy was a member of First Assembly in Star City and radiated God’s love. She was always a warm smile, gentle hug, and encouraging word to those around her. She will be sorely missed by those who had the privilege to know and love her.
She is survived by her husband of 17 years, Gerald Cox; sons, Joseph Alexander Dorris, and Michael Chase Cox (Lauren); granddaughter, Blair Cox; brothers, Art Cain (Anise) and , John Cain (Ruth). She was preceded in death by her son, Jason Edward Dorris, her parents and two sisters Leona and Ruth Virginia.
Memorials may be made to American Diabetes Association, 320 Executive Court, Ste. 104, Little Rock, AR 72205.
A visitation will be held from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Thursday, July 21st at Smith – North Little Rock Funeral Home. A second visitation will be held from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Friday, July 22nd followed by a funeral service at 1:00 p.m. at Geyer Springs First Baptist Church. Burial will be in Weeping Willow Cemetery, Star City at 4:30 p.m. on Friday.
Ladies and Gentlemen:
Registration is now open! This three-day intensive hands-on course is appropriate for any licensed medical professional or medical professional in training who has an interest in wilderness activities (MD, PhD, PA, APN, RN, Paramedic, EMT). Approved for up to 20.5 hours of continuing education credits through the Wilderness Medical Society, this course focuses on treatment of the most common injuries and illnesses encountered in the wilderness and uses a combination of lectures, practical skills training, and treatment of mock victims to reinforce the student’s wilderness medicine skills. The AWLS course is also accredited by ACEP, AAFP, and ACCME for up to 20.5 hours Cat 1 credit.
The course location is second to none! DeGray Lake Resort near Bismark, AR, is nestled in the foothills of the Quachita Mountains rich in bird and wildlife and sits on its own island offering miles of hiking trails and spectacular views. Click the following link to get your course registration and lodging reservations started today!
Where the World of EMS Converges for Education and Innovation
EMS World Expo is a truly global event. Bringing together leading faculty from across the nation, EMS World Expo delivers five days of cutting-edge education that will improve the patient care you deliver tomorrow.
The largest EMS conference and trade show in North America, EMS World Expo provides the opportunity to network with industry experts and peers from around the world, facilitating the sharing of best practices that will redefine operational excellence for your system through the year 2020 and beyond.
This year’s event highlights include:
• 140+ CEU-certified educational sessions across 8 tracks:
ALS | BLS | Critical Care | Educator | Leadership | MIH-CP | Operations | Pediatrics
• A cutting-edge clinical MIH-CP track focused specifically to community paramedic practitioners
• An unprecedented 29.5 CE hours for critical care practitioners and 21.5 CE hours for community paramedics for CCP-C® and FP-C® recertification
• Many hands-on education opportunities including the Active Shooter Response Workshop, Cardiac Dissection Lab and Clinical Skills Advanced Cadaver Lab
• The latest innovations from 350+ vendors in the industry’s largest exhibit hall
• Special guest appearance by the cast of A&E’s hit TV series, Nightwatch
• Lively “after hours” networking opportunities including the popular ZOLL-sponsored Shockfest and the Warehouse District Pub Crawl
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Exhibit Hall Hours
Wednesday, Oct. 5
11 a.m. – 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 6
11 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7
10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 5
8 a.m. – 4:45 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 6
8 a.m. – 6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7
8 a.m. – 2:30 p.m
Hotel & Travel
We’ve negotiated the best pricing to make your trip to New Orleans affordable. Through the travel experts at onPeak, rooms at the group rate are limited and available on a first come, first-served basis.
Born: April 21, 1970
Died: June 11, 2016
Brian Malone, 46, of Jonesboro died Saturday, June 11, 2016, in Mountain Home, Arkansas while on a diving excursion. He had lived his entire life in Jonesboro. He was a member of the Brookland Church of Christ. Brian was a devoted husband, father and friend. He was very active in his community as well as his Memphis Fire Department Community. He worked as a firefighter/medic for the Memphis Fire Department and a paramedic for Emerson Ambulance Service. Brian was also a member of the Jonesboro Police Reserve where he also worked as a SWAT Medic for the Jonesboro Police Department SWAT Team. He loved the fire/law enforcement/medical community. He served as a paramedic instructor and a member of the Tennessee Task Force 1, a division of Homeland Security. His hobbies included SCUBA diving where he was a Dive Master; helping out with Make-a-Wish Foundation and the Special Olympics. Brian was an avid gun enthusiast and a gunsmith. He recently received his BS degree from Bethel University. He was preceded in death by his mother, Marie Malone; his father and Step-mother, Jim and Mary Malone.
Survivors include his wife of 19 years, Michelle “Shelly” Malone of the home; son, Daniel Malone of Ft. Lewis, Washington; and daughter, Ashley Nolen of Jonesboro.
Funeral services will be 10:00 Saturday morning, June 18, 2016 at Emerson Memorial Chapel with Tony Pulliam and Don Blackmore officiating. Burial will be private. Jonesboro Fire Department and the Jonesboro Police Department Honor Guard will be conducting fire and law enforcement honors. Honorary pallbearers are members of the Memphis Fire Department, Jonesboro Police Department, Jonesboro Police Reserve, Jonesboro Police SWAT Team, Emerson Ambulance Service, and J & T Dive Shop. Visitation will be from 4-7 Friday, June 17, 2016 at Emerson Funeral Home.
For lasting memorials, please consider the Make-A-Wish Foundation, 1780 Moriah Woods Blvd. Suite 10, Memphis, Tennessee 38117. To sign an online registry, go to emersonfuneralhome.com.
Saturday, June 18, 2016
Emerson Memorial Chapel
1629 E. Nettleton
Jonesboro, Arkansas 72401
Fort Smith EMS along with FSPD will offer the Tactical Emergency Medical Support (TEMS) course. It will be a 4 day program 7/18/2016 – 7/21/2016.
Member Cost: $844
Non-Member Cost: $899
The course will incorporate lectures, practice, and scenario based training to provide emergency medical providers with the foundation principles, practices, and skills necessary for providing medical support to law enforcement operations. The emphasis will be on medical models and skills effective for supporting special operations teams during high-risk, large scale and extended operations. The concepts and skills taught in this course are also relevant to all law enforcement operations.
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