Virginia EMS Symposium

The 41st Annual Virginia EMS Symposium

“An Education for Life”
November 11–15, 2020
Norfolk Waterside Marriott
Sheraton Norfolk Waterside
Hilton Norfolk The Main
Norfolk, Virginia

Save the Date for Future EMS Symposiums!

Nov. 2 – 7, 2021

Quick Links

Symposium Sponsorship – Become a sponsor of the 2020 Virginia EMS Symposium and help to provide an “Education for Life.” In order to make the Virginia EMS Symposium program successful and to keep costs low for our EMS providers, we need your support!

General Information – Information on registration, lodging, parking, important policies and more!

Continuing Education Information – Information on available continuing education credits at this year’s symposium. 

Downloads – Download all files, On-Site Guide, Course Catalog, paper registration and forms for the 2019 Virginia EMS Symposium.

Symposium Courses – A searchable listing of courses by day and time including descriptions and CE credit information.

Exhibit Hall Information – Information on exhibit hall hours and a listing of vendors.

Symposium Faculty – Faculty members for the 2019 Virginia EMS Symposium.

Symposium Committees – Listing of the symposium Program and Steering Committees.

Meetings & Seminars – Listing of meetings and seminars during symposium.

Registration – Registration for the 2019 Virginia EMS Symposium is closed. You can log into your online account to view or print your schedule and make changes to your banquet ticket information.

Symposium Mobile App – Download the “VA EMS Symposium” mobile app for class locations, event information, cancellations, room changes and other important announcements.

Special Events On-site event information at this year’s symposium.

Getting to Norfolk

Norfolk Waterside Marriott
235 East Main Street
Norfolk, VA 23510
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Course Presentations:

2020 Virginia EMS Symposium Call for Presentations is OPEN – Please note that due to costs, all out of state speakers are expected to present a minimum of four 1 hour classes or the equivalent.  Virginia speakers should expect to do two classes at a minimum.