May 28-30, 2015
The CT EMS Expo will be held at the Mohegan Sun

Council of Regional Charpersons   Connecticut Department of Public Health Office of EMS is a partner in this year's epo  
Save the Date! May 28 - 30, 2015!


area attractions

keynote speaker

social events


The EMS Community Coming Together as ONE

(EMS, Fire, Police, Public Health, and more...)

Opportunities for Networking and Education




Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success.
                                             -Henry Ford


Suggestions and Ideas are welcome

In the interest of putting out the best possible product, we welcome your ideas or suggestions for the CT EMS Expo.
All suggestions will be taken into consideration.




In Memory of Paul Winfield Smith
This event is being conducted in memory of Paul W. Smith
The Connecticut EMS Expo committee is conducting this year's event in memory of Paul W. Smith, a giant among EMS educators.

Paul's commitment was enormous and undying. His commitment to emergency medical services set a high standard for the education of emergency medical service (EMS) providers at all levels, not only in Connecticut but nationwide. There are very few people who we consider to be legends – and not just in their own minds. Paul was one of those.

Paul Winfield Smith was a leader of leaders. He always promoted a vision and championed the cause of EMS. Paul served a number of national and state organizations, Founding Member, National Council of EMS Training Coordinators; MidAtlantic States EMS Testing Committee; New England EMS Council; Founder and President, CT Educational Seminar Foundation (EMS), Founder and President, E.A.S.T. (Emergency Action Simulation Team); Founder, PracticEMS; and CT OEMS Section Chief, Training and Certification. Several of these organizations predated much of what is now done in individual states and by the National Registry of EMTs in testing EMS cognitive knowledge and psychomotor skills.

He was man of the people and a very humble one indeed and an educator in every sense of the word. He freely shared his expertise and visions with all in the EMS profession. Gone but not forgotten, his good works live on. We dedicate this conference in his memory.