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  • Radio Ad Returns For EMS Week

    The Wisconsin EMS Association has released a radio public service announcement (PSA) to help promote emergency medical services during EMS Week. The 60 second, professionally-produced, commercial calls attention to the dedicated efforts of Wisconsin’s emergency responders and ambulance services. WEMSA members and visitors can take a listen to the radio spot by clicking the audio player below. Broadcast audio files are available for download in both professional WAV and MP3 formats by clicking the button below.

    WEMSA Member assistance in securing radio play will help show citizens across Wisconsin just how important EMS is to the local community. Help WEMSA spread the word to your location radio stations so they can help support you! Smaller radio stations in rural communities are often more willing to air PSAs due to lower commercial loads. Hometown radio stations who hear from local EMS providers, ambulance services and fire departments are more likely to download and air the radio ads during regular programming. WEMSA members are asked to contact their local radio stations to encourage them to air the spots during the month of May and especially during National EMS Week, May 17-23, 2015 as well as year-round.


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    WEMSA Member to Throw Out First Pitch at Milwaukee Brewers Game

    Are you a Wisconsin EMS Association member? If not, we invite you along with your EMS organization to join today. Individual membership is only $25, or save even more with service membership.


    Selected during a random drawing from a list of ticket purchases, Wisconsin EMS Association member, Denise Gates of Delavan, will throw out the first pitch at the Milwaukee Brewers vs. the Washington Nationals baseball game on June 12, 2015. The selection of the first-pitch winner comes after a two-month partnership between the Wisconsin EMS Association and the Speak Up to Slow Down campaign.

    The June 12th Milwaukee Brewers game will feature Wisconsin EMS Days with Gates throwing out the first pitch. During the event, the Milwaukee Brewers Community Foundation will also present a donation to representatives from the Wisconsin EMS Association. Read More »

  • EMS Week Edition of EMS Professionals Magazine Available Online

    It’s our largest and most read issue of EMS Professionals magazine each year. The annual EMS Week edition of EMS Professionals has arrived online. While current Wisconsin EMS Association members will receive their magazine in the mail in early May, the complete magazine is available online right now for everyone to view and enjoy.

    See EMS Week greetings and messages from dozens of Wisconsin’s finest and most engaged EMS partners. Plus, at 64 pages, this issue is packed full of timely information for all EMS providers including an up-close and detailed look at the opiate drug addiction and overdose epidemic sweeping Wisconsin and the Nation. Learn how EMS can play a huge role in this crisis, just as we did when “accidental death and disability were labeled as the neglected disease of modern society.” Plus, see how you can keep your life balanced in EMS with the 2016 EMS Cruise. And these features are only the start!

    If you have not seen EMS Professionals for a while, it’s time to take another look. If you’ve never picked up or viewed a copy, you’re in for a real experience. While the EMS Week issue is available to everyone, all of the other bi-monthly issue are provided exclusively to members of the Wisconsin EMS Association as one of many membership benefits. If you are not a member, or your EMS organization is not one of nearly 370 who currently are, it’s time to join. Get all of the details on membership right here. 

    So, what are you still waiting for? Check out the May-June edition of EMS Professionals right now. The magazine reader supports desktop, tablet and mobile computer screens, plus direct links and clipping ability.