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The "New" Northstate Prehospital "Fall" Conference

Sometimes, obtaining necessary CEUs doesn't have to be difficult or expensive: take the Northstate Prehospital Conference, for example.

The "New" Northstate Prehospital "Fall" Conference will be held this year at the Win River Casino Event Center in beautiful Redding, California on Saturday, October 25, 2014.

CLICK HERE to go straight to the online registration.

Another way to register is to CLICK HERE to download the PDF registration form, to print, fill it out and fax it in, mail it in, or walk it in.

It only gets better. Look what the day holds:

  • Start off with a continental breakfast. Now breakfast doesn't end with that last sip of coffee. Enjoy unlimited coffee, tea, sodas, and juices throughout the day as you learn from our varied speakers and presentations.
  • Dynamic speakers covering topics* such as:
    • EMS and Crime Scenes by Bob Bryant
    • Hash Oil & EMS by Mike Fisher
    • "Sticky Truth About Bakken Crude" by Gerry Gray
  • Buffet Lunch! And lunch doesn't end with that last gulp of soda — drinks are available throughout the day**!
  • More dynamic speakers covering topics* such as:
    • Emergency Medical Dispatch by Jeff Diehl
    • Gangs and Gang Violence by Paul Sprague
    • Orland MCI Event by Amy Travas/Wayne Peabody
    • Landing Zone Safety by Lonnie Dardeen

Register online or walk-in starting August 26, 2014 for an enjoyable way to gain 7 valuable Continuing Education Units. Spend the day with us at the Win River Casino Event Center in Redding, California Saturday, October 25, 2014 and we'll make it worth your while!

Only 200 registrations available.
We will maintain a waiting list above 200 in case of cancellations.
No refunds after October 15, 2014.


Click HERE if you are interested in becoming a Sponsor or a Vendor.

* Topics are subject to change.

** Drinks — unlimited coffee, tea, sodas, and juices all day.

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