About FRM

Fire-Rescue Med is the ONLY fire-based EMS conference addressing the issues impacting today’s leaders. Attendees turn to FRM for the education and training they need to stay ahead on today’s tough issues, including current events. Nowhere else will you find experienced veterans and rising stars working together on concepts that impact the future of the industry.

Who Should Attend Fire-Rescue Med?
  • EMS chiefs/directors
  • EMS officers
  • EMS providers
  • Fire chiefs/commissioners
  • Medical Directors
  • Paramedics
  • Emergency medical technicians
  • Firefighters
  • Emergency managers
  • Company-level officers

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  • About the EMS Section

    The EMS Section of the IAFC is a forum that addresses fire-based EMS issues, provides guidance and direction to the IAFC board and membership on fire-based EMS issues and represents fire-based EMS issues to the federal government and other interest groups. With over 1,300 members, the EMS section is one of the IAFC's largest sections and offers a wealth of resources to members and the EMS community.

  • About the IAFC

    For over 140 years, the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) has provided leadership to career and volunteer chiefs, chief officers and managers of emergency services. The IAFC represents the leadership of more than 1.2 million firefighters, and our members are the world's leading experts in firefighting, emergency medical service, terrorism response, hazardous materials, natural disasters, search and rescue, and public safety legislation.

"The Fire Rescue Med conference is one of those valuable opportunities to engage in learning, networking, and meeting people from all disciplines that have a passion for excellence in emergency medicine. It also offers presentations on relevant and current topics in fire based medical response."

– Bill Kinsey, Division Chief, Bullhead City (AZ) Fire Dept