Our TAC-MED Division brings together an elite professional team with a vast amount of knowledge and experience to serve you better. From law enforcement, paramedicine, and US Air Force Pararescue to SWAT and overseas US State Department tactical medical support, our team brings real-world skills and hands-on knowledge to every training encounter.
We are proud to offer a brand new dynamic and cutting-edge course: TECCRE: Tactical Emergency Casualty Care Rural Environment™. This groundbreaking course is designed for the BLS/ALS provider to gain awareness in the tactical, rural focused, environment and start building an operational foundation for life saving tactics/techniques that may already be within your scope of practice. We also offer the well known Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) and Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) courses.
For those who want to train and prepare for high-threat prehospital environments or battlefield casualty scenarios, we're here to help you be as ready as possible. Learn more and meet the TAC-MED team by clicking the button below.
Leading the new TAC-MED Division will be Ben Griffith, a seasoned professional with a background in both law enforcement and paramedicine. Ben served as a police paramedic for the National Capital Region SWAT Team (near Washington DC), in addition to his flight paramedic assignment with the department’s helicopter division. He also cross trained with the Weapons of Mass Destruction Team, which provided many hours of educational experience in the world beyond “normal” emergency event responses.
Sean is currently the Deputy Director of Operations at Best Practice Medicine but also brings his knowledge of the tactical world from his days as a Corpsman and experience with the Gallatin County’s combined emergency response team.
Jason brings a vast amount of cross training and instruction to the table from his extensive public service experience as a structural firefighter, wild land firefighter, emergency medical technician, and police officer. Currently, Jason is employed as a city police officer where he continues to provide prehospital care as an EMT and conducts in-service training to his department. During his time as a police officer Jason has attended courses with the FEMA Center for Domestic Preparedness in a number of areas: Mobile Field Force and Protester Device Extrication; DEA in Clandestine Drug Lab Response Course and Tactical Clandestine Drug Lab Response; the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center's Basic Tactical Medicine Instructor Course; and The Institute for the Prevention of In-Custody Deaths Inc's Excited Delirium Agitated Chaotic Events Instructor Course.
Seamus brings a wealth of knowledge to the team with his experience as a US Air Force Pararescueman. He currently provides tactical medical support overseas for the US State Department while finishing his prerequisites to apply to Physician Assistant school.