EMRA MedWAR 2017

The Second Annual EMRA MedWAR, in collaboration with the ACEP Wilderness Medicine Section, was a wildly successful and highly entertaining challenge.  The event kicked at sunrise in Seneca Creek State Park outside Washington, D.C.

Congratulations to our MedWAR winners!

  • First Place: Medical College of Georgia : 37 min
  • Second Place: Lakeland Health (Mancini's Mistakes) : 3 hr 11 min
  • Third Place: Scott & White EM (Texas Curanderos) : 3 hr 29 min
  • Best Sportsmanship: Johns Hopkins University SOM (MSII's)
  • Drama Queen: Cassie Edmark
  • Drama King: Justin Hensley
  • Best Team Name: Johns Hopkins University SOM (MSII's)
  • Most Correct Answers: Medical College of Georgia

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

  • Florida Hospital East Orlando (East the Beast)
  • University of Utah (#UtahEM)
  • Madigan Army Medical Center (Team Rambo)
  • Stanford University (Wild Things)
  • Staten Island University Hospital (BAER Attack)
  • Virginia Commonwealth University (Fibromyalgia Storm)
  • Johns Hopkins University SOM (MSII's)
  • Mt. Sinai (Team Sianide)
  • Doctors Hospital (DHEM 1)
  • Einstein Philadelphia (Team Einstein)

Additional pictures from EMRA MedWAR 2017

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