Therapist Questline

Escape From Tarkov “First In Line” Quest Guide

First In Line is a new quest in Escape From Tarkov, on the new Ground Zero map. The quest is given by Therapist, and it asks you to find the Emercom station and deliver 5 medicine items to her.

Escape From Tarkov “First in Line” Quest

Greetings, young man. We aren’t acquainted with each other yet. Everyone in Tarkov calls me Therapist. I think you can guess from my name what I do here. I’ve been told you want to make connections. I need you to complete a quick assignment for me, then we can work together.

There are still civilians in the city and they want to leave. It’s best to organize evacuation from the Emercom checkpoint: they have both the transport and the necessary equipment. At least, I hope so. However, I have rarely been in this part of the city, I don’t know where exactly the station is. You need to find it. Then I’ll send my men to check the area.

Oh, one more favor. I’m in need of medical supplies for my medical duty. I can’t import them to Tarkov anymore, so I have to search for them here. It doesn’t matter what you bring, supplies, drugs, stimulants. Anything will do. I’ll be waiting.


  • Locate the Emercom station on Ground Zero
  • Hand over 3 medicine items of any rarity


For the items, you can acquire any medicine item of any rarity and deliver them to the Therapist. As for the location, you can check the video below:

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