Evie Marcolini


Maine, United States



Evie is medical faculty at Yale University Medical School. As a physician she divides her clinical time between the emergency department as well as the surgical and neuroscience intensive care units. She is also involved in research, teaches trauma and critical care locally. She is the faculty advisor for Yale’s Wilderness Medical Interest Group. Evie has been an invited instructor to Egypt, India, Greece, Vietnam, and Argentina. Prior to becoming a physician, she worked as a paramedic/firefighter for 6 years. Evie has been an instructor for Outward Bound, a full time ski patroller, and is a member of Mahoosuc Mountain Search and Rescue, and Franklin County Search and Rescue. She enjoys rock and ice climbing, mountaineering and skiing, and has climbed extensively in the lower 48; other expeditions have included the Dolomites, New Zealand Southern Alps and the Alaska Range including Denali. Evie began working for Wilderness Medical Associates in 1992. She splits her time between New Haven, Connecticut and Greenwood, Maine.

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