The Georgia EMS Association is dedicated to helping EMTs and Paramedics who work in the State of Georgia. GEMSA is an association you can be proud to be a member of.
With member discounts, educational conferences, representation on a host of organizations, the GEMSA Journal, legislative representation, other discounts, and much more, you can't afford not to be a member.
New COVID-19 Resource Page on GEMSA Website
Message from the Executive Director:
On behalf of the Board of Directors and staff of GEMSA, please know that we are here to support our brothers and sisters during this unprecedented time in our world and in our profession. In an effort to be a key resource for information and assistance during the pandemic, we have developed a COVID-19 Resource page on our GEMSA website - georgiaemsassociation/covid-19.
We will continue to gather information and all available resources to share on the Resource page as we work through this difficult time. We will be updating the Resource Center information regularly, so we don't flood your inbox with emails. Please check back often for new posts.
Finally, if you have information that may be of assistance to EMS in dealing with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, check us out on Facebook at @GeorgiaEMSAssociation.
May God Bless and Keep You.
GEMSA Trainings & Events
Some grant funded GEMSA trainings happening in April have been canceled and some are proceeding as planned depending on when they were scheduled. Please watch your email for notifications.
If you are unsure about an upcoming training, please contact Cathy White and make sure to give her the class name, when the class was going to be held, and the location.
Georgia Retirement Plan
The Georgia EMS Association has partnered with financial service partners and PointeNorth Insurance Group to assist in the development of a Georgia EMS Retirement Fund. This has been in the works for some time and significant progress has been made.
The biggest obstacle that we face right now for creating a Georgia EMS Retirement Plan is the low number of EMS association members in relation to the total number of EMS professionals in Georgia. Actuaries are structuring the plan so that only members of the Georgia EMS Association will be eligible for the Pension. In order for the actuaries to begin creating the framework for the financing of the pension fund, the membership level needs to be at a minimum of 10,000. Increasing membership in the association is the first step in achieving the goal of creating an EMS Pension for Georgia. This is a goal that can only be achieved with the cooperation of the entire EMS Community of Georgia. View more information here.
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