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“No One Trains to Lose “

Medicine in Bad Places proudly comprises of individuals from diverse backgrounds within the largest and busiest municipal public safety agencies nationwide. Our team embodies a wealth of knowledge, rooted in years of specialized training and hands-on experience. We train first responders to the most formidable challenges, having confronted some of the nation's most significant and intricate incidents.


Our expertise spans various domains, including tactical operations, mass casualty/fatality incidents, counterterrorism efforts, and complex rescue missions. Medicine in Bad Places are seasoned professionals who have successfully navigated high-pressure situations, demonstrating a commitment to excellence in the face of adversity.


Through years of collective experience, we've fine-tuned our training abilities to address emergencies with precision and efficiency. Whether countering terrorism or managing the aftermath of large-scale incidents, our team is dedicated to applying our extensive training courses to help safeguard lives and communities. Medicine in Bad Places is not just trainers; we are a proactive force to help equipped first responders and corporations to handle unique challenges posed by the dynamic landscape of public safety.

Corporate Consulting & Training

Year after year, our Corporate Consulting & Training division has experienced steady growth. Committed to aiding companies, we focus on fortifying their resilience by providing expert guidance and training. Our dedicated division specializes in ensuring that businesses can navigate unforeseen emergencies with confidence, safeguarding both operations and employees. We are steadfast in our mission to empower organizations to proactively address challenges, fostering a secure environment for sustained success.

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TECC Medical Provider Course

TECC Medical Provider Course

The TECC Medical Provider Course equips healthcare professionals with essential skills for treating traumatic injuries in high-risk environments. This comprehensive training covers advanced medical techniques, emphasizing rapid and effective response in challenging situations. Participants gain the knowledge and confidence to deliver critical care in the field, enhancing emergency medical capabilities.


Crisis Intervention Techniques for First Responders



Prehospital Trauma Life Support Course

The PHTLS (Prehospital Trauma Life Support) course by Medicine in Bad Places is a specialized training designed to enhance the trauma care skills of prehospital providers. Emphasizing evidence-based practices, PHTLS equips healthcare professionals with the latest techniques to assess, treat, and make critical decisions in trauma situations, ultimately improving patient outcomes.


Basic Life Support CPR (BCLS)

The Crisis Intervention Techniques for First Responders course equips emergency personnel with essential skills for managing crises. Focusing on empathetic communication and de-escalation strategies, this training enhances responders' ability to navigate high-stress situations, ensuring a compassionate and effective intervention to provide immediate support for individuals in crisis.

The Basic Life Support (BLS) course by the American Heart Association (AHA) is a vital training program providing essential life-saving skills. Focused on CPR, AED use, and choking relief, BCLS AHA ensures participants are prepared to respond confidently and effectively in cardiac emergencies, potentially making a critical difference in someone's survival.

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Our Clients Include:

**Please note we DO NOT list our clients or use them as advertising for our company. Your privacy will always be respected with us**

Corporations                    Private Security

Law Enforcement             Military

Doctors                             Nurses

Hospital staff                    Fire/EMS

Teachers                           Professional Sports Teams

Students                           Everyday Citizens

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