August 3rd & 4th

Time: 8:00am - 4:30pm

Location: Saint Mary's Hospital Waterbury CT

Cost: $450 

Why East Coast Tactical Medicine?

East Coast Tactical Medicine (ECTM) has partnered with St. Mary’s Hospital Level II Trauma Center and St. Mary’s foundation to provide a high-quality training environment with real life training scenarios. This affords our students an opportunity learn vital life saving techniques, team safety, mission objectives, and personal safety, so that they may become valued members of their community and team.

Our Instructors
ECTM instructors come from various lines of civilian and military training. We have drawn from the expertise of our instructors who work in areas including US Army Special Forces, US Navy Fleet Marine Corpsman, SWAT tactical physicians, SWAT tactical paramedics, emergency physicians and nurses, and tactical emergency technicians. With our vast array of experience drawing from all different tactical areas, we are able to address both civilian and military needs regarding tactical medicine training. We continue to re-evaluate and improve our training to ensure we are providing the highest quality learning experience for all of our students and participants.

Our Courses
ECTM courses continue to improve upon student feedback as well as personal observations to make each successive class a bigger and better experience going forward. We strive to build a network of graduate students from our training classes and instructors so that we can continue to expand upon and improve training guidelines for tactical providers as well as build a sense of community within the tactical medical professional society.

We continually look to improve medical care provided in the field. We are working to become the innovators and leaders in the field of tactical medicine to improve meaningful survival outcomes from potentially catastrophic events. As our world becomes ever increasingly violent we strive to give our students the skills they will need to match the demand.

Experience Earned
At the end of your training experience with us our ultimate goal is to how to walk away with a sense of accomplishment, a better sense of emergent life-saving medical skills, tactical awareness and the skill sets you will need to become an invaluable asset dear team, your department and our nation.


This course prepared me for the unexpected and gave me the necessary confidence to support my team during live missions.

Mike Johnson

"Practice is the hardest part of learning, and training is the essence of transformation."

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