This is the medical plan for all racing activities while at Seven Springs Mountain Resort.
- U313/11/05 - Gunnar Slope / Super G
- U2503/11/19 - Avalanche Slope / GS
- U2504/11/19 - Avalanche Slope / SL
Medical Plan: The Seven Springs Ski Patrol maintains a full time presence at the ski patrol clinic – located directly adjacent to the finish area on Avalanche Slope. They also dispatch patrol and equipment from medical patrol buildings around the mountain. There is a patrol building 75 meters behind the Avalanche Slope Start, and also one adjacent to the Gunnar Slope Start.
- All of the patrol dispatch locations and the clinic have “trauma sleds” fully equipped with oxygen and AED’s.
- A Stop the Bleed kit is located in the start hut.
- Any dispatch from the clinic can use snowmobile to access the injury site.
- Somerset Ambulance (ALS Ambulance Service) is stationed at the clinic as well, with a state certified paramedic & EMT.
- Patients with non-life threatening injuries are transported to either Somerset or Johnstown Hospitals with a travel time of 20 minutes with clear roads.
- Major Trauma facilities are located at Johnstown Hospital and multiple Pittsburgh Hospitals. Travel times via ground are 40 - 60 minutes.
- Air medical support is dispatched from either Johnstown or Pittsburgh. Approximately 20 – 30 minutes flight time. Pre-Coordinated primary landing facilities for Life Flight are located in the golf course parking lot at Seven Springs.
- All Seven Springs Ski Patrollers conform to the NSP guidelines for training & currency.
- Communication with the Patrol Dispatch is via radio on channel #2 on all of the radios used by the race officials.
- Patrol Dispatch can also be reached by phone at 814-352-7814.
Western Pennsylvania Race Club (WPRC) is a successfully run ski program based at Seven Springs. The club has been in operation since 1962. WPRC promotes the development of youth athletics through alpine ski racing.