Life Saving Medical Training Organization, (formerly Health Solutions International Inc – HSI), was created with the passion to help improve the quality of healthcare and living. Our mission is to collaborate with local authorities and institutions to provide internationally researched state of the art services in preventive care such as Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC) and Diagnostic testing.
Health Solutions International is proud to provide training in life-saving CPR and ECC for a variety of organizations globally.
We proudly provide supporting medial equipment and training to aid in and enhance preventative care across the globe.
We believe that not getting sick is better than being cured, that is why we focus on disease prevention education.
Health Solutions International is making a difference, one student at a time.
Our mission to help save lives in developing countries through equipment, training, education, and prevention is what drives us. Each number below represents the potential for countless lives saved.
Participants in BLS
Participants in ACLS
Participants in PALS
Why We Exist
About Health Solutions International
Health Solutions International aspires to become one of the best resources for providing exceptional healthcare services and training for physicians, nurses, institutions, industry and the general populace in developing countries around the world.
Our Primary Objectives
We Promote a Culture of Disease Prevention/Awareness
HSI’s objective is to promote a culture of disease preventive awareness with the sole aim to promote well-being and save lives. We achieve this goal through training in CPR, ECC, supportive equipment, and education programs about disease prevention.
Health Solutions International as a non-profit organization, relies on the benevolent donations from other organizations. We would like to thank…
“I had just started my junior year in high school when my dad passed away from a cardiac arrest. It was 1983. We felt helpless and all we could do was use the traditional method of splashing water on his body trying to revive him. He was only 59 years of age.”
Sam Dadson, VP of HSI
One of my nieces who was part of our training last week saved a new born baby at the NICU. She was the only one at this hospital who was cpr trained and as the receiving nurse started cpr right away when the baby was brought to the unit. I got chills all over my body.