Southeastern Emergency Equipment Attends EMS Today Conference

EMS industry top-quality provider of emergency equipment attends EMS leader in education's yearly conference and exhibition in Baltimore.

Baltimore, MD - Full-line distributor of EMS equipment, supplies, WMD/MCI products and emergency vehicles, Southeastern Emergency Equipment (SEE) is currently present at Booth # 2212 at EMS Today, a five-day conference and exposition produced by the Journal of Emergency Medical Services (JEMS).

EMS Today provides quality education, networking opportunities and an exhibition of new products for those in the EMS industry. Randolph Mantooth, who starred as firefighter/paramedic Johnny Gage in the TV series Emergency!, the first show to portray paramedics in America, will be present in the exhibit hall and will also present the opening keynote.

Enriching networking events at EMS Today include a Networking Lunch to discuss hot topics with peers and Lunch & Learns, an opportunity to enjoy a boxed lunch while networking with a small group of peers and distinguished speakers. A Pub Crawl is scheduled at the Power Plant Live! in the Inner Harbor of Baltimore to network with other conference attendees, and Ride-Alongs and Observations have been scheduled in partnership with local agencies to offer glimpses into how other agencies work.

In addition to essential workshops and important lectures on subjects such as simulation, clinical hot topic issues and successful grant proposals, there will also be a cooking contest emceed by Baxter Larmon and Walt Stoy and a JEMS Games Final Competition where participants will simulate an EMS call and learn 1.5 CEH.

The closing keynote will be a powerful and informative presentation on the New Age of Terrorism using recent case studies will be presented by Clinton R. Van Zandt to leave attendees with valuable insights and critical information on understanding human behavior. Van Zandt is a former FBI profiler, hostage negotiator and popoular NBC/MSNBC analyst.

About Southeastern Emergency Equipment (SEE)
SEE has earned an industry-wide reputation as a top-quality provider of emergency equipment over the last 30 years. SEE represents over 475 manufacturers and provides customers with almost all medical equipment and supplies in the pre-hospital care setting, including emergency vehicles. For more information visit

About the Journal Of Emergency Medical Services (JEMS)
JEMS has been the leader in EMS education for over 30 years. JEMS leads the industry in providing the EMS advanced provider, instructor and administrator with clinical breakthroughs, product reviews, continuing education and more. JEMS has produced the EMS Today Conference & Expo win partnership with sister company Reed Exhibitions. For more information visit

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