Want to be Notified of New Courses? Course Subscriber is a service dedicated to notifying students when courses are added to wildmed.com. You choose the criteria: Type of course, the distance you are willing to travel, and dates that work with your schedule. This is a useful tool if you want to know when viable… Read more »
About Huyck Preserve Huyck Preserve is a non-profit organization on 2000 acres just southwest of Albany, NY. Along with miles of trails to hike and enjoy, there is an abundance of wildlife and natural treasures, making Huyck Preserve a wonderful place to take a wilderness medical course. “Our mission is to protect the natural beauty… Read more »
Ann Dunphy, a lead instructor for Wilderness Medical Associates, submitted this story to us regarding a student from a recent Wilderness First Responder Training: I just needed to share a beautiful WFR story. In the morning of day 4, my student Mike came in and told me we saved his mother’s life. He started with “Ann you… Read more »
What a treat to switch gears, hop on a plane and see Wilderness Medical Associates’ training in the field. For three days I visited WMA sponsors in the spectacular mountains of western North Carolina. Instead of doing my desk job as General Manager, I got a glimpse of WMA Wilderness First Responder courses and instructors… Read more »
Click here to watch a video from a May 2009 Wilderness First Responder (WFR) course held through Rescue Specialists in Leavenworth, WA. This video is curteousy of WMA student Edmund Tee and Lucca Criminale of Rescue Specialists.
Sometimes you need to be careful about what you ask for, but when launching a new website, you gotta do it! We wanted to make our new site easier to navigate, chock full of wilderness medical information, and featuring real people in videos. So we asked a recent group of WMA course graduates and this… Read more »