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NASEMSO 2011 Annual Meeting & Tradeshow
Oct. 2-7, 2011
Hilton Monona Terrace
Madison, Wisconsin

About the Meeting | Who Should Attend | Hotel/Meeting Location | Overflow Hotel
Annual Meeting Travel Support | Potential Speakers
Annual Meeting Archives
| Looking Ahead: 2012 Annual Meeting

Download Annual Meeting Registration Form: Word | PDF (06/28/11)
Optional Outing: National Mustard Museum & Capital Brewery Dinner & Tour:
Details & Registration (You must pre-register by Sept. 30 for optional outing)

NASEMSO Annual Meeting Justification: Assessing the Benefit to Program Staff

Annual Meeting Program (09/28/11)
2011 Draft Bylaws Revision (09/09/11)
2011 NASEMSO Leadership Skills Agenda (09/25/11)
Data Managers Council Agenda (09/06/11)
Education & Professional Standards Council Agenda (08/30/11)
Medical Directors Council Agenda (09/06/11)
Pediatric Emergency Care Council Agenda (09/01/11)
Trauma Managers Council Agenda (09/30/11)
Domestic Preparedness Committee Agenda (07/06/11)
HITS Committee Agenda (09/14/11)

Sponsorship Opportunities | Exhibitors Prospectus
2011 NASEMSO Exhibitors | 2011 Media Partners

About the Annual Meeting:

The NASEMSO Annual Meeting generally occurs in October, and the site rotates throughout the country. The NASEMSO Annual Meeting purpose is to address current issues and trends in emergency medical services systems. Programs are conducted in a variety of formats to maximize information exchange and dialogue with state EMS officials on current EMS issues. Exhibits of advanced equipment, technology, and services are part of the meeting.

Who Should Attend:

Members of NASEMSO; state, federal, and other officials with a role in emergency medical services; and EMS suppliers.

Hotel/Meeting Location:

Hilton Madison Monona Terrace
9 East Wilson Street
Madison, WI

  • Hotel Rate: $141 single/double. This rate will be honored until Sept. 1, 2011, or until the NASEMSO room block is sold out, whichever occurs first.
  • Reserve by Phone:
    Phone Number: 1-866-403-8838 or 414-935-5941
    Group Name: NASEMSO
    Group Code: EMS
  • Reserve Online:
    Click this link for the Hilton’s reservations web page for NASEMSO’s Annual Meeting.
  • Transportation to Hotel:
    The Hilton Madison has complimentary shuttle service to and from Dane County Regional Airport. The hours of operation are 7:00 a.m.–10:00 p.m., 7 days a week. Guests may request the hotel shuttle upon arrival by using the courtesy phone located in baggage claim. Travel time to and from the airport is 15-20 minutes depending on traffic. If guests need transportation outside of the Hilton shuttle’s hours of operation, there are taxi cabs waiting outside baggage claim. Approximate cost is $20 one way.
  • Hotel Parking
    Underground parking is available at the Hilton at posted ramp prices. Current rates are $13 for overnight guests, subject to change.
Overflow Hotel:

An overflow room block at the Best Western Inn on the Park has been secured for NASEMSO’s 2011 Annual Meeting due to the sold-out status of the Hilton Monona Terrace. The Best Western Inn on the Park is located 3.5 blocks from the Hilton.

  • Room rate: $139 single/double. This rate will be honored until Sept. 16, 2011, or until the hotel is sold out.
  • Group name: NASEMSO.
  • You must call the Best Western Inn on the Park directly at (800) 279-8811 or (608) 285-8000 to be booked within NASEMSO’s block.
  • Note that the hotel will not accept reservations for Thursday only (Oct. 6, 2011).
Optional Outing: National Mustard Museum & Capital Brewery Dinner & Tour
Thursday, Oct. 6, 2011

Our first fun-filled stop will be the National Mustard Museum. The museum’s origin dates back to 1986 when its founder and curator, Barry Levenson, started collecting mustards. The museum officially was established in 1992 when Levenson left his position as Assistant Attorney General for the State of Wisconsin to pursue his passion for mustard full-time. The National Mustard Museum boasts the world’s largest collection of mustards – 5,300 varieties from every state and 60 countries – some of which we will sample during Happy Hour at the museum. While at the museum, you will have the opportunity to see the displays and browse in the gift shop.

Our next stop is the near-by Capital Brewery for dinner and a tour. The brewery, founded in 1984, is located in a former egg processing plant building. Much of its current equipment came from the Hoxter Brewery in Germany. The Capital Brewery produces up to 16 different beers per year: Eight annuals, four seasonal and up to four limited releases. Over the years, it has gained national and worldwide attention by winning platinum, gold, silver and bronze awards at beer competitions. In 1988 the brewery was rated #1 in the U.S. and #7 in the world.

The $65 cost per person includes: Mustard Museum admission and goodie bag, Happy Hour, Capital Brewery tour and commemorative glass, dinner, gratuities and bus transportation. A cash bar will be available during dinner.

Outing participants should meet in the Hilton lobby at 4:45 p.m. We will return at approximately 9:30 p.m.

The deadline to register for the optional outing is Friday, Sept. 30, 2011 (unfortunately, there will be no onsite registrations accepted). Download the registration form here.

Travel Support

NASEMSO travel support is no longer available; applications were due by Aug. 19, 2011.

Note to Potential Speakers

Thank you for your interest in our association but NASEMSO does not solicit topics or engage in an open “call for speakers.” External applications or proposed topics are not accepted for the general program. Individuals or businesses with a product or service are strongly encouraged to consider booth space in our exhibit hall which is held in conjunction with our annual meeting. Breakfast or evening lectures will be considered on a case-by-case basis, but opportunities are strictly reserved for Corporate Sponsors at the Platinum and Executive Platinum Levels. To request more information on NASEMSO sponsorship opportunities, please contact NASEMSO Program Manager Kathy Robinson at Robinson@nasemso.org.

Archives of Past NASEMSO Annual Meetings