Usagi Medical Group has been busy planning for Anime Weekend Atlanta 2018 (AWA). With over 30,000 guests in attendance, we expect to help close to 400 people with all manner of first-aid needs, and will be doing emergency medical response throughout the convention.

UsagiMed remains an integral part of AWA crew training. In addition to general training, our personnel train AWA crew in CPR, disaster readiness, and even radio etiquette. UsagiMed works closely with convention public safety, and venue personnel. These things help define the convention’s professional culture and commitment to the guest experience.

How Do You Find UsagiMed?

Affectionately known as “The Hutch,” we are located in the Library over in the Waverly.  You can find us under the First Aid sign, across from the Registration windows.

When is Usagi Medical Group Open?

UMG has a clinic for all AWA attendees and crew during the following hours during AWA’s 2018 convention:

September 20: Noon to 8pm
September 21: 10am to 8pm
September 22: 10am to 8pm
September 23: 10am to 3pm

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Tools of the UMG trade

During this time, convention attendees can drop-in for basic first-aid, blood pressure, and over-the-counter medications. Everyone who wants to take something from the “pharmacy” must fill out a form, so that we can monitor workload, improve staffing and supplies, and limit our liability.

After these hours, people with minor medical needs may visit a local 24 hour pharmacy or call 911. The pharmacy closest to the convention center is Walgreens located at 2670 Cobb Parkway, SE, Smyrna, GA 30080.

After these posted hours, UMG “shuts the front door” and responds to emergencies only by sending a mobile team with a response bag for those who are too injured/ill to move.

Come See Us!

AWA is the place where UsagiMed was born. It’s like “going home” for the UsagiMed crew. If you’re at the con, please stop by, pick up a sticker, and say Hello!