Information About Recall on Philips AEDs
Philips has recently recalled certain FRx and On-Site AEDs that were made in March, 2010. Find out of your Philips AED is affected.

Serving New England business, industry and the general public with:
  • Training in CPR, Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), AED Use, First Aid, Bloodborne Pathogens, and First Responder
  • Sales and Service of Automated External Defibrillators (AED)
  • Management of Public Access Defibrillator (PAD) programs, including Medical Direction.

What makes us unique?

From an instructional standpoint, our instructors have some of the highest certifications and decades of teaching experience. They include EMTs, Paramedics, Nurses and Physicians. Our EMT classes have some of the highest pass rates in Massachusetts!

We offer a complete equipment and training package — Defibrillator and First Aid equipment, training for your personnel, medical oversight for your Public Access Defibrillation program by an emergency department physician, and AED maintenance and service.

CPR is 50 years old

Why learn CPR?

Because you can save a life! Sounds melodramatic, but it’s also true. Sudden Cardiac Arrest claims roughly 300,000 lives each year. CPR is easy to learn and can truly make the difference between life and death, but only if you start within the first few minutes.

Now Teaching to the AHA 2010 Guideines We are now teaching to the American Heart Association’s 2010 guidelines.

Still not convinced? See our Learn CPR Guaranteed! program.