Want to Exhibit or Sponsor SEMPA 360?

Would your company like to reach not only the largest specialty within the PA profession but also the fastest-growing one?

Click here to sign up for your booth today so you don't miss out on meeting with hundreds of EMPAs at SEMPA 360, May 9-13, 2023 in Louisville, KY. 


Stephanie Batson, Sr. Manager, Exhibits & Corporate Development


Emergency medicine physician assistants (EMPAs) play a pivotal role in today’s emergency department. By partnering with SEMPA, your company will have key entry into the decision-makers in emergency medicine. Nearly 85% of PAs indicate they are the decision maker or key influencers for equipment, supplies and medications in their ED.

Practice Settings

  • EMPAs are utilized in all areas of the emergency department with the majority practicing in the main ED.
  • EMPAs are in all types of practice settings including non-acedemic hospitals, trauma centers, academic /teaching hospitals and urgent cares.
  • Nearly 40% of emergency medicine PAs practice in an urban setting, 35% practice in a suburban setting, 20% in a rural setting and 6% in multiples areas. 

About EMPAs

  • Emergency medicine the fastest growing and one of the largest PA specialties.
  • 25% of EMPAs are in a leadership/administrative position.
  • EMPAs practice in subspecialties such as ultrasound, wilderness medicine, EMS, education and more.
  • EMPAs have extended one-on-one time with patients.
  • EMPAs perform basic and advanced procedures including:
    • Ultrasound Guided Procedures
    • Airway Management
    • Paracentesis
    • Lumbar Puncture
    • Wound Management
    • Procedural Sedation
    • Central Venous Access
    • Fracture/Dislocation Reduction
    • Tube Thoracostomy
    • Defibrillation/Cardioversion
    • Arterial Lines
    • IO Placement

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