GAINESVILLE - The Northeast Georgia Medical Center's 6th Annual Northeast Georgia Regional STEMI Summit set a record for attendance.<br />
Hospital officials say nearly 600 healthcare professionals -- including paramedics and EMTs, physicians, surgeons, nurses, students and others -- from more than 19 counties across the state attended the one-day meeting on Friday.<br />
They heard from nationally-recognized experts in cardiac resuscitation and acute stroke management who provided up-to-date information about the treatment of stroke, severe heart attacks and cardiac arrest.<br />
​The meeting also provided a chance for participants to discuss the state of the Northeast Georgia Regional STEMI System
Minority leaders from the Latino and African-American communities of Gainesville met to form an alliance last week against Gainesville's at-large voting system, and that group staged an official protest at Tuesday night's Gainesville city council meeting.
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