The Training and Supplies You Need To Save A Life.
With over 25 years experience training personnel how to save lives, you can count on us to have the knowledge to train you. Whether you need re-certified or this is your first time, we have you covered.
Is your company needing new, up-to-date AED and First Aid equipment? We can help you with that as well.
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Products We Offer
Keep up-to-date on all the supplies you need. From AEDs to carrying cases, we have you covered.
Cabinets & Signs
Need a place to store your AED and a way to let your personnel know about it. We have just what you need.
First Aid Supplies
Don’t let your First Aid supplies go out of date. Look in our store to see if there is anything you need.
Have old medicine that needs to be disposed of? No matter how much you have, we can help you out.
Show off your CPR style with one of our newly designed T-Shirts. Choose from multiple designs, colors and sizes.
New life-saving, anti-chocking device as featured on “The Doctor’s Show”.
LifeVac is fully portable, non-powered, non-invasive and easy to use. Use LifeVac to help chocking victims faster and save more lives.
Choose either a Home Kit or a Travel Kit, whichever is more convenient for you.
During American Heart Month, we focus on promoting good heart health and a way to motivate Americans to be more conscious of how their lifestyle can affect their heart health. Really, every month should be heart month, because our heart is our lifeline! Check out some interesting heart fact trivia below! WITH A HEALTHY HEART,
Fall camping is upon us and while you are out camping with the bears, stay prepared with our quick first aid guide for some first aid emergencies that you may encounter while out in the wilderness! Tick Bites Snakebites Spider Bites Bee Stings Remove tick with tweezers Clean the area with soap and water Follow
Were you thinking of having a First Aid or CPR class at your workplace? …And then COVID hit. So now what? Are you wondering what a CPR class will look like under social distancing guidelines? <——6 feet——> Here are the recommendations that instructors (and