EMRA MedWAR 2016

The First Annual EMRA MedWAR, in collaboration with the ACEP Wilderness Medicine Section, was a wildly successful and highly entertaining challenge. The inaugural event was held at Red Rock Canyon outside of Las Vegas. 

Congratulations to our 2016 EMRA MedWAR winners!

  • First Place: Medical College of Georgia (Team Mzungus)

  • Second Place: Team UCSF-SFGH (Trauma November)

  • Third Place: Team Stanford-Kasier (Know When to Fold ‘Em)

In addition to the top 3 finishing teams, the EMRA Wilderness Division congratulates all the racers whose participation made the day so successful:

  • University of Mississippi Medical Center (Don’t Suck Out the Poison)
  • Thomas Jefferson University Hospital (LexVegas Reunion Tour)
  • Madigan Army Medical Center (Rambo Medicine)
  • Saint Louis University (The Bair Huggers)
  • Yale-New Haven Hospital (Yale Poison IV)
  • Univ of Chicago (The Throckmortons)
  • Texas A&M Corpus Christi (Corpus Crabs)

Additional pictures from EMRA MedWAR 2016

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