The American College of Emergency Physicians has issued its national report card on the nation’s emergency medical care system. The report card evaluates emergency medical care on a state-by-state basis in several categories. Pennsylvania scored well in some categories; not so well in others. For access to emergency care, Pennsylvania received a B+. For quality and patient safety environment, Pennsylvania received an A. For medical liability environment, Pennsylvania received an F. For public health and injury prevention, Pennsylvania received a C-. And, for disaster preparedness, Pennsylvania received a C+. Pennsylvania was awarded an overall grade of C+, which was good enough to rank them sixth best in the country. For the nation as a whole, the ACEP gave the emergency medical care system a D+ which is poorer than the prior report card issued in 2009.