At the 2015 event, 23 TEAMS competed on a brand-new preliminary course for the JEMS Games. Each team was judged as they navigated the course and the top 3 teams competed in the JEMS Games Finals. This year's scenario was a helicopter crash in a residential neighborhood with a total of 5 patients.


1st Place: $1,000; 2nd Place: $750; 3rd Place: $500
All winning teams received additional prizes from the sponsors/exhibitors.

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The objective of the JEMS Games is to create a fun, challenging and educational experience for emergency medical personnel that results in them being better prepared for the myriad challenges that they may encounter in the field. More importantly, it’s a goal of the JEMS Games to enlighten and invigorate EMS personnel from all over the world to deliver the same quality and compassionate care to all patients they encounter after participating in the JEMS Games competition.

The JEMS Games introduces competitors and audiences to new techniques and technology that can be used to manage patients of all levels of criticality. The competition also enables participants to share their expertise, experience, techniques and technology with EMS colleagues from throughout the world.

Think your crew has what it takes? Register before January 8, 2016!

Click here to find out more about the JEMS Games. This includes all forms that are to be completed by all teams.

Want to see who's already in the competition? Click here to see all teams registered.

Before the teams battled it out in the Preliminaries, they did some smack-talking to the other teams! All in the name of fun of course!

2015 Winning Teams:  

1ST PLACE: FDNY EMS — New York, New York

         FDNY EMS members respond to nearly 1.2 million medical emergencies each year. The FDNY’s 3,000 Paramedics and EMTs make up one of the largest, highly trained emergency medical service in the world. The EMS Command provides advanced pre-hospital medical care anywhere in the world. Its members are at the forefront of every emergency, large and small, making life-and-death decisions that affect the lives of millions of New Yorkers. For more information, visit  

2ND PLACE: Boca Raton Fire Rescue “B” — Lake Worth, Florida

    The Boca Raton Fire Rescue Services Department provides comprehensive emergency and administrative services. These services include: Fire Suppression, Fire Safety Inspections, Fire Investigations, Fire and Emergency Medical Service Education, Hazardous Materials Response, and Emergency Medical Services—including patient transport. For more information, visit  

3RD PLACE: Cumberland County EMS — Fayetteville, North Carolina

      Cumberland County EMS is one of the busiest and most progressive EMS services not only North Carolina, but on the east coast. Their service has won many awards, including the Gold Medal at 2010 JEMS National Paramedic Competition and the 2014 JEMS Games Competition. CCEMS prides itself on having innovative protocols, progressive and interactive training programs, and CAPEable employees who enjoy giving back to their community by providing a public service. For more information, visit .    
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