Learn. Share. Change the World.
In the past 2 years, collectively, as citizens of this world, we were met with the unprecedented challenges of combating a pandemic. We lost many. We were given a good dose of reality check in humanity. But through it all, we, the emergency medical community, stood firm in the eyes of this storm, and did what we were trained to do: We took care of our community. We, the RCEM conference planning committee, would like to salute all of you for the unwavering dedication, the altruistic sacrifices, the abiding bravery, and the utmost professionalism that you have demonstrated in taking care all that were in need, without prejudice .
We are thrilled to have you joining us at our annual Rocket City Emergency Medicine Conference. With an exceptional group of speakers featuring key influencers throughout the industry, this is truly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to hear directly from the pros. Enjoy.
- Dr. Jeannie Li, Dr. Ric Solis, and Dion Schultz.
“It is not in the still calm of life, or the repose of a pacific station, that great characters are formed. The habits of a vigorous mind are formed in contending with difficulties.” –Abigail Adams
ALL ABOUT US
Dr. Ric Solis
Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine
Augusta University Medical Center/Medical College of Georgia
Dr. Solis graduated from Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, completed his Emergency Medicine Residency, is and now a faculty member at Augusta University Health System/The Medical College of Georgia. He is also fellowship trained in Emergency and Clinical Ultrasound Program and is an ABEM Board Certified EMS Physician. Before medical school, Dr. Solis worked in EMS and had various roles as a Paramedic and Shift Supervisor for Athens-Limestone EMS in Athens, Alabama and Huntsville Emergency Medical Services, Inc. (HEMSI) in Huntsville, Alabama from 1991-2004. During this time, he also served as an academic and clinical instructor in EMS for the University of Alabama in Huntsville, the UAB School of Medicine, Calhoun Community College and Northwest-Shoals Community College in North Alabama. Before he returned to the AU Health System, Dr. Solis worked at the Emergency Department at Huntsville Hospital and serviced as its Department Vice Chair, and was EMS medical director for several North Alabama EMS agencies, 911 centers and for the Calhoun Community College EMT and Paramedic training programs. Dr. Solis is faculty in the Augusta University Center for Ultrasound Education, providing ultrasound training to learners across the state of Georgia and in several countries. His areas of interest are Airway Management, Critical Care, EMS, Ultrasound and Pediatric EM.
Dr. Jeannie Li
Assistant Medical Director
Department of Emergency Medicine at Huntsville Hospital
Dr. Li is an Assistant Medical Director at the Department of Emergency Medicine at Huntsville Hospital. She received her Bachelor's Degree in Biology, a Master's Degree in Bioinformatics from Georgia State University, and Medical Degree from Mercer University School of Medicine. Dr. Li completed an intern year in General Surgery at Atlanta Medical Center, and an Emergency Medicine Residency at University of Alabama Birmingham.
Alabama EMS Region One Director
Dion Schultz is the Alabama EMS Region One Director and the liaison to the Alabama Department of Public Health Office of EMS. He received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from Lakeland University where he double majored in Marketing and Business. He received his EMS education from Wallace State Community College. Before Dion entered into EMS he held positions in management from Area Manager Roles to General Manager. Dion worked in the EMS field for County EMS and Huntsville Emergency Services Inc., (HEMSI).