Shota M., RN, CEN, CCRNInstructor

    Biography

    Shota Mkrtumyan RN, CEN, CCRN is a former United States Army Infantry Combat Life Saver (CPL).  After his time of service, Shota furthered his commitment to saving lives by working for over 15 years as a Trauma Nurse in various emergency and non-emergency contexts.  In addition to his professional experience,  He is committed to changing the low CPR survival rate of 6.9% in Los Angeles County by educating lay rescuers to administer CPR.

    “A wise person should consider that health is the greatest of human blessings.”
    -Hippocrates, the father of medicine

    Critical Care Training Center was created with the sole purpose of providing training and skills necessary to the Los Angeles community in administering CPR in order to reduce the number of fatalities from lack of response during health emergencies. Shota’s passion for saving the lives of others has allowed his unique vision and abilities to be realized through Critical Care Training Center. His purpose for helping improve critical care knowledge in our society stems from having over 15 years of experience in the health industry, including experience as a trauma nurse. This experience goes hand in hand with his commitment to change the unacceptable 6.9% CPR survival rate in Los Angeles County. It is this firsthand experience that enables Shota to better the lives of others, one class at a time.

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