Saving Lives through Training and Technology

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Welcome to our Life Saving Organization! 

We hope you can find everything you need as you browse through our site.  Emergency Medical Training is focused on providing high-quality service and customer satisfaction - we will do everything we can to exceed your expectations.

With a variety of offerings to choose from, we're sure you'll be happy working with us. Look around our website and if you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact us via our website or call 610-587-2705 to speak to our Training Director, Stephanie Griffith.
Check our website often as we continue to offer new and exciting classes.


WHAT SETS US APART?


What set's us apart from other training organizations is the personal commitment and relationship we build with every client.  Saving lives is not a business, it's a personal contribution that can't be measured by dollars. 


Emergency Medical Training is a  non-profit organization, serving Central Pennsylvania for over 8 years.  During that time we have trained and built relationships with over 10,000 professionals and citizens.  Currently, we have over 170 certified, qualified trainers, many who have retained their relationship year after year with us.  We continue to grow as we are now licensed in other States and Townships with the opening of 2016.  Our relationship with the American Heart Association is strong and we are proud to be an active participant in their philosophies. 


We train in a state of the art training center located at 3933 Perkiomen Avenue, Exeter Township, Reading, PA. or we will come to your business or company as on-site professionals. We bring to this organization a "passion" and a strong belief that what we are offering goes far beyond classes.  Each person we touch with our information is not only a satisfied customer, but another person who we are proud to say can save a life largely due to our commitment to training and technology.


We are also an authorized Philips Distributor.  Every 36 seconds someone in America suffers cardiac arrest.  The AHA notes that at least 20,000 lives could be saved annually by prompt use of AED's.  Ultimately, with broad deployment of AED's among trained responders, as many as 50,000 deaths due to sudden cardiac arrest could be prevented each year.