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.
In Appreciation of EMS - GEMSA Offers Free Memberships for 1-Year
(Extended to june 30)
To show our appreciation to all EMS Providers in Georgia for all your hard work, sacrifices, and dedication to serving the citizens of Georgia during this pandemic, the Georgia EMS Association (GEMSA) is offering ALL Georgia licensed EMS providers a FREE 1-year membership with GEMSA.
This FREE membership will not only provide you with plenty of membership benefits (see the list here), but it will also help GEMSA move forward in getting an EMS retirement plan option up and running just for you!
Offer Valid: until June 30, 2021
Sign up at: georgiaemsassociation.com/join
2021 GEMSA Memorial
We wanted to share the 2021 Memorial with all of you from the GEMSA Awards Reception on May 3. These fallen heroes are gone, but not forgotten. Rest Easy Brothers and Sisters, we will take it from here.
2021 GEMSA Providers & educators Conference - Book a Room Now
The Georgia EMS Association encourages you to come to join us at the beach for the 35th Annual GEMSA Providers & Educators Conference.
REGISTRATION WILL BE OPEN SOON! In the meantime, make your hotel reservations and plan to attend.
There are no hotels connected to the Convention Center, however, there are lots of lodging options available on Jekyll Island. We have negotiated room blocks with several hotels to fit a variety of budgets and types of rooms needed.
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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