Emergency Medical Courses

Discover the Pacific Northwest's favorite provider of emergency resuscitation courses for professional healthcare providers, healthcare systems, businesses, and citizens.

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About

About

Newcastle Training Centers (NTC) provides emergency medical training, equipment, and consulting solutions to businesses, citizens, community groups, corporations, education centers, healthcare providers and healthcare systems throughout the Pacific Northwest.

Mission:

To empower individuals and organizations with high-quality and fiscally responsible emergency medical training, equipment, and continuous quality improvement solutions to improve patient outcome from cardiopulmonary arrest, stroke, and adverse medical events.

Our Team

Our team of consultants and instructors are performance-based emergency medical Physicians, Pharmacists, Nurse Practitioners, Physican Assistants, RNs, Respiratory Therapists, Paramedics, and EMTs with a passion to serve and improve patient outcome.

Our Training

High-performance resuscitation training incorporates live simulation and objective-feedback technology with instructor-led debriefing to best develop team-based communication, dynamics, and emergent medical care.  Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) quarterly electronic updates and optional exercises are included with every course to best ensure ongoing didactic knowledge retention, effective emergent decision making, and critical skills performance.

Our Servicing

Our training support team utilizes industry leading software and technology enabling on-demand course access, course registration, compliance reporting, and equipment tracking for aligned instructors and training sites, course participants, and organizations.  All  NTC solutions are backed by a performance and price match guarantee protecting our clients investment.

 

 

Announcements

New 2015 American Heart Association (AHA) Guidelines for CPR and Emergency Cardiovascular Care have been released.   Ensure you practice is current by reviewing key highlights here:

2015 AHA ECC Guidelines Highlights