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November 8, 2006

Albany - The newest and most sophisticated equipment and training are available to emergency medical workers in Albany this week.

The Trends in Medical Emergencies conference is in town to show off the newest equipment, but medics will also attend the most up to date training and receive continuing education credits. Tommy Sanders says, "It gives our EMTS, paramedics access, especially with their CEU's, to come in to learn new procedures and things going on within EMS within the state of Georgia."

The emergency workers also learn about new laws and how they effect their work. The conference ends tomorrow at the Hilton Garden Inn.

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