The mission of the Kansas EMS Association is to be a single voice for EMS professionals, ambulance services and other interested entities, and to further the continued improvement of emergency medical services throughout Kansas.

November 2018 CORE Conference - Registration open!

This is a 2.5 day educational conference from Nov. 2-4, 2018 in Manhattan for all levels of EMS professionals. This conference will provide 20 hours of EMS CE and will pertain to all levels of certification. ALL subtopics will be covered to meet requirements for paramedics, AEMT, EMT, and EMR.

Get complete details and register on our Core Conference event page.

2019 KEMSA Conference & Expo - Call for Presentations Open until Sept. 30

The Kansas EMS Association is already looking ahead to its 2019 Conference.  KEMSA invites those interested in contributing to EMS in Kansas to submit proposals for presentation for the 2019 KEMSA Conference & Expo scheduled for August 8-11, 2019 at the Kansas Star Event Center in Mulvane, Kansas (just south of Wichita, KS).

All proposals must be submitted online by Sept. 30, 2018.  Read more details here.

Notice: 2018 KEMSA Conference
- ALL CE Hours ENTERED in State Portal

All CE hours from the 2018 KEMSA Conference have been uploaded to the KSBEMS Licensing Portal for you!  If your hours online do not match the certificate that you were emailed or if you have questions, contact education@kemsa.org.  

To view copies of the presentation handouts that were submitted to us, you can view them in our Guidebook mobile app or in our online mobile event guide:

http://guidebook.com/guide/118252

Look for the session on the schedule and view the links under that class to view the handouts if the speaker sent them to us.

Make sure to check out our KEMSA Facebook page for all the photos and videos from the event!



ABOUT KEMSA

KEMSA is a professional membership organization and does not regulate the EMS profession in Kansas.

KEMSA is proud that we have members in all 6 regions in Kansas with members located in 90 of the 105 counties in Kansas and five other states. About 85% of the services in Kansas have a service membership with KEMSA. KEMSA has more than 100 active service memberships, which represents more than 5,000 certified EMS attendants working within Kansas EMS agencies, and more than 1,500 active individual memberships.  Learn more about KEMSA here.

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