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Georgia EMS Association and the Georgia Trauma Commission are offering a Georgia Trauma Skills Procedure Lab in Georgia with two available sessions each day. The sessions have been approved by Georgia’s Office of EMS & Trauma for 4 hours of CEUs.

Each Lab session will be the same lab for both AM and PM. There will be 5 to 7 rotating lab skill stations per session offering the following education: Direct/Video Laryngoscopy; EZ-IO; NIO; Chest Needle Decompression & Anatomy; Difficult Airway Simulation; and Bleeding Control & Wound Packing Simulation.

Your registration will be confirmed upon placement in a group within a few days of registration. 

Dates and Locations:

  • Tift County - September 22, 2023 Morning Session 0730-1130
  • Tift County - September 22, 2023 Afternoon Session 1200-1600
  • Hall County - October 26, 2023 Morning Session 0730-1130 (FULL)
  • Hall County - October 26, 2023 Afternoon Session 1200-1600 (FULL)

  • Laurens County - November 17, 2023 Morning Session 0730-1130
  • Laurens County - November 17, 2023 Afternoon Session 1200-1600
  • Emanuel County - December 15, 2023 Morning Session 0730 - 1130
  • Emanuel County - December 15, 2023 Afternoon Session 1200-1600
  • Muscogee County - January 26, 2024 Morning Session 0730-1130
  • Muscogee County - January 26, 2024 Afternoon Session 1200-1600

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 Course Includes: Participants course cost and any associated printed material.  
Not included: Lodging and meals


We have implemented a SEAT FEE for GEMSA sponsored Classes due to the 'no shows' we were having the day of class.  A $30 Seat Fee will be requested at the end of your application by Credit Card.  After you attend class - within a 30 day period, you will receive a $20 check mailed to you at the address your listed on the your application (or reimbursed to your credit card) along with a small gift.  If you cancel prior to 2 weeks of the class, you will receive a $20 reimbursement.  If you cancel within 2 weeks of the class or do not show up for the class, you will not reimbursed any funds. 


This Program is made possible by State of Georgia funding provided through the Georgia Trauma Care Network Commission.

The mission of the Georgia Emergency Medical Services Association is to advocate for the emergency medical provider, develop educational programs, liaison activities, provider benefit programs, and improvements to the Emergency Medical Service System in Georgia.

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