The FDNY and FDNY Foundation are proud to present the annual Medical Special Operations Conference (MSOC) EMS Competition! This year’s high intensity, adrenaline rushing competition consists of multiple scenarios over two days with prizes awarded to the top three teams. The Competition will be located at the FDNY Fire Academy on Randall’s Island with an award ceremony at the NYC Fire Museum.
Participants will be challenged to compete in various scenarios against teams from all over the world. These scenarios will test a team’s ability to operate as a unit in order to manage multiple patients with differing injuries and illnesses in an authentic simulated environment. Scenarios will challenge teams in their abilities for scene search and assessment, teamwork, scene management, difficult patient access and much more.
Scenarios will be live-streamed across the world with last year’s Competition drawing over one million views! The Competition is a fun, challenging and educational experience for all emergency medical personnel.
As a special bonus, all participants in the Competition are eligible to attend the Medical Special Operations Conference (MSOC) (May 14 - 15) with a complimentary ticket. Space is limited so register your team ASAP!
Competition Format: Multiple scenarios over two days of competitions with prizes awarded to the top three teams!
Dates: The Competition takes place from May 10 - 13. Team registration and check-in is on May 10. The award ceremony will take place on the evening of May 13 at the NYC Fire Museum.
Teams: Each team is comprised of a minimum of three emergency medical personnel, with at least one provider be credentialed at the EMT-P level or above. An alternate member may be registered, but is not required. FDNY employees are NOT permitted to compete.
On Saturday, May 14, and Sunday, May 15, you will be given the choice to attend an afternoon session. Please choose the session you would like to attend.
REMINDER for Hands-On Scenarios ONLY:
All attendees participating in Hands-On Scenarios must bring safety gear: