OUR CUSTOMERS

University of Florida

The University of Florida College of Medicine has received a brand new female Trauma Care Simulator Plus (TCS Plus) at its Center for Experiential Learning and Simulation in Gainesville. The college is the first organization to receive a female TCS anywhere in the US.

The center’s faculty were on hand to receive the simulator, including Thomas E Lemaster, MSN, MEd, RNDIR, Education/Training Programs; Savanna Mahn, Operations Specialist; Christine M Egan, Operations Specialist, EMT-P and Michael Di Lena, Education/Training Specialist.

OUR PARTNERS

Saving Lives at Birth

OEI is committed to using its technology to reduce mortality rates in third world countries.  As a recipient of an award through the USAID’s “Saving Lives at Birth” Program, OEI’s training systems will be used to reduce the 150,000 annual deaths that occur during childbirth.  It is estimated that 30% of the deaths result from obstructed labor, as midwives are ill equipped and untrained to perform simple caesarian sections.  OEI will deliver c-section training on fully operative, anatomically correct, simulated pregnant women with obstructed labor, and provide the basic instruments needed to perform the surgery.  The obstructed labor simulator training will be tested in the United States, and validation through studies in Africa prior to deployment.

We hope to save 45,000 women and 45,000 newborns each year.

This product is made possible through the generous support of the Saving Lives at Birth partners.

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R.A.N.T. Strategies

OEI just recently announced a joint partnership with R.A.N.T. Strategies, LLC, an advanced training group, dedicated to providing the nation’s first responders with cutting-edge, physically challenging and mentally stimulating classes and courses. R.A.N.T. instructors are all current Law Enforcement officers each assigned to a specialized unit, Nationally Registered Paramedics, National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians certified instructors, certified Active Shooter Instructors and each have an extensive fire/rescue/hazmat background.