Prime Medical Training is an AHA Training Center and AED Distributor offering:
CPR/AED, First Aid, BLS, ACLS and PALS.
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Our team of staff and instructors provide a level of customer service not commonly found these days. We take our training seriously, and the quality of our programs will leave you impressed. In fact 92% of students say their training was better than any they've had in the past. Don't settle for less!
Prime Medical Training cares about providing training that when the rubber meets the road, our students can perform without hesitation. We also want to instill in working professionals a sense of pride in their training and profession.
Prime Medical Training Blog
Rescue breaths, also known as assisted ventilation, is the act of assisting the mechanical function of the lungs and providing oxygen. Without oxygen, the human brain may be permanently damaged, and the victim may even die. Every minute without oxygen results in 10% of a person’s brain cells being damaged….Read More
We came across a new product while at the 2017 ECCU Conference, an event held to update resuscitation professionals – CPR instructors, practitioners, medical training program directors, and researchers – as well as SCA survivors and community in New Orleans. Today we’re doing a CPR Wrap review. This is a…Read More
Today we’re reviewing the WorldPoint Basic Bleeding Control course developed by WorldPoint. This is a comprehensive program which comes with everything you need including curriculum, DVD, tourniquets, posters, and other training equipment. Who is it intended for? The Basic Bleeding Control course is by far the best course of it’s…Read More
Prime Medical Training recently won a competition for $1,000 for “most improved business”. This was a 2-year process that was all a part of the Knoxville Chamber’s Propel program. The goal of Propel is to take entrepreneurs and help propel their business by increasing their gross revenue at least 30%…Read More
We’re very excited to be introducing the newest member of our team. Our very first medical director, Dr. Todd Heffern. Dr. Heffern started his career with a background in EMS as a flight physician on a helicopter service in Grand Rapids, Michigan. His career path has brought him to Knoxville,…Read More
Tips to Protect Workers in Cold Weather Since we’re in the middle of winter, what better time to consider a few safety tips for yourself and your employees. Cold weather brings a long a whole set of challenges when it comes to staying safe. Some are obvious and others not so obvious….Read More
In this post, we are going to discuss the proper steps for replacing Adult Prestan Manikin lung bags. What is the Correct Position for Adult Prestan Manikin lung bags? To start with, there are people who are yet to know the correct location for the mouth/face shield of the Prestan…Read More
Today we’re going to look at how to remove and replace the infant Prestan Manikin lung bag. Before getting started, you will need to check if the infant Prestan Manikin has been set up properly. What is the Correct Position for Infant Prestan Manikin Lung Bags? Before you start using…Read More
Today we are going to be talking about something new. The 2015 PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support) course has been released. This means new DVDs and new books. It is pretty exciting! I am waiting for my order to come in as we speak! For those of you looking to complete…Read More
In this post, I am going to be reflecting on my greatest frustration and passion with CPR training that I have experienced in my career as a paramedic, health-care and training professional. I am going to explain why it frustrates me. The cause of this frustration is actually directly linked to my…Read More