The teams competed head-to-head, showcasing their real time and real situation skills while utilizing the latest in patient simulation, judged by this years’ panel in front of the live AMTC audience.
“This year’s scenarios were incredibly complex and required superior clinical skills and situational awareness,” said Rick Sherlock, president and CEO, Association of Air Medical Services (AAMS). Sherlock added that AAMS is proud to announce that STARS has won the 2018 Sim Cup and demonstrated all the best parts of the industry.
Kendric Projects’ founder and Head Designer, Ben Crowe worked with STARS’ Senior Flight Paramedic, Greg Barton, in the development of their Air-EMS Apparel Program, designed and manufactured Air EMS jackets, parkas and vests for the entire crew.
“We are so proud of the STARS’ medic team winning this year’s SIM Cup. We’ve been working with them for nearly 10 years on various projects including their custom apparel program, med kits & helicopter storage systems, basically we are there to bring to life whatever products that would optimize their teams’ responsiveness when dealing with critical care missions” Crowe concluded.