Our mission is to provide Las Vegas, Nevada and surrounding areas with high quality CPR/AED, Basic Life Support (BLS), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) training and certification. We are in compliance with and follow the most up to date American Heart Association (AHA) guidelines. We provide this vital training to people from all backgrounds, both medical personnel and non, school teachers, coaches, caregivers, construction workers and more! We provide an educational and exciting experience while teaching life-saving skills that can make a difference in the life of a friend, loved one, co-worker, or stranger. Our training is open to ALL.
Founder & Executive Officer
Eric is the founder of Mobile Medic CPR Training LLC. He has 18.5 years experience as a U.S. Air Force medic, 12 years experience as an AHA instructor, and 6 years experience in EMS. While serving in the military, he obtained a nursing degree. Eric is a professional who is committed to making his classes comfortable, fun, while at the same time stressing the importance and seriousness of the training. The students enjoy the hands-on training as well as the real life experiences he shares. Eric is a proud, active member and holds positions in the Armed Forces Chamber of Commerce as well as the Lambda Business Association. He enjoys volunteering in his spare-time at Helping Hands of Vegas Valley, which is a local Las Vegas non-profit that provides many veterans and senior citizens with food, transportation and so much more!
Kevin is from Phoenix, Arizona. He is a Senior at UNLV, where he is majoring in Computer Science. Prior to moving to Las Vegas, he was a paratrooper in the U.S. Army. He served 6 years with a tour in Afghanistan. He enjoys meeting new people and loves teaching!
Tanya has served over 20 years in the U.S Air Force as an Aerospace Medical Technician and Paramedic. During this time, she gained experience in primary care, emergency and aerospace medicine. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her wife, running, and being outdoors.
Jim started his healthcare career as a Medical Technician in the USAF for 4 years at Beale AFB and after discharge studied to be a respiratory therapist. As a respiratory therapist he has over 30 years of experience. During his career he has strived to gain broad knowledge and to care for patients in a wide variety of settings. Along with adult ER and iCU, he has worked in Pediatric ICUs, level III Neonatal ICUs and as an ECMO clinician at the University of VA.
He enjoys teaching and recently joined the mobile medic team. His objective is to ensure that the class participants leave with the skills and knowledge necessary to perform well in the resuscitation of a patient but to also enjoy the learning process.