Making Emergency Medicine Education Accessible for Everyone

Through online resources, hands-on virtual training, and mentorship, MedEdGuru delivers education and training to doctors and students where it’s needed most all in one location.  Together we can save more lives all around the world.

Lack of Access To Proper Medical Care Should Never Be The Cause of Death

Injury kills more people on the African continent than HIV, Malaria, and Tuberculosis combined. This is simply due to inaccessible crucial emergency services and standard medical care. Sharing educational resources through our platform is the first step to changing this reality. 

Knowledge At Your Fingertips

We developed the Resource Catalog as a place where knowledge is at your fingertips. We have curated a collection of documents, videos, lesson plans, and information in many other mediums from medical professionals in a searchable database.

EMCAT

This tool enables a teacher to self assess their curriculum and identify gaps or underemphasis and redundancies or overemphasis. You can also track attendance and session ratings submitted by the residents.

Our Driving Force

In the United States, we value having access to on-demand healthcare. According to the CDC, American patients make over 141 million visits to their local emergency.In the United States, we value having access to on-demand healthcare. According to the CDC, American patients make over 141 million visits to their local emergency.In the United States, we value having access to on-demand healthcare. According to the CDC, American patients make over 141 million visits to their local emergency.

Is Saving Lives

Global Impact

Since our founding, we've worked with and helped deliver vital education to people all over the world.

Sri Lanka

India

Tanzania

South Africa

Saudi Arabia

Australia

United Kingdom

Ireland

Spain

Chile

Brazil

Thailand

Peru

Costa Rica

Mexico

Canada

United States

Made Possible By These Fine Folks

In the United States, we value having access to on-demand healthcare. According to the CDC, American patients make over 141 million visits to their local emergency.

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