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| |native_name= |image= |founded= 2004 |current= |head= |dissolved_date= |dissolved_state= |merged_into= |office= Modesto, CA |people= Torren Colcord, President
Eric Stephens, Vice President
Tim Talbot, Attorney |website= www.nemsausa.org |footnotes= The National Emergency Medical Services Association (NEMSA) is a registered labor union and California non-profit mutual benefit corporation. The bulk of NEMSA’s membership consists of emergency medical technicians (EMTs), paramedics and critical care nurses (CCT-RN). NEMSA is the largest independent EMS union in the United States that represents EMS professionals. Because of NEMSA’s independence and industry specific focus, NEMSA is considered to be a “craft” union. In some cases however, NEMSA has temporarily allied itself with other unions to accomplish specific joint-interest objectives.
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Politics . NEMSA does not advocate or recommend specific political candidates or parties.
Critics NEMSA has been criticized by some non-EMS unions of “raiding” their members. Labor industry experts are quick to point out however that members of prior unions voted in secret ballot elections to oust their non-EMS union in favor of NEMSA, exposing the former non-EMS union’s lack of EMS industry specific member service. NEMSA points out that EMS professionals represented by non-EMS unions seek EMS specific representation and that NEMSA is just responding to requests for representation.
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