- 541380 Testing Laboratories
- 541618 Management Consulting Services
- 541690 Scientific and Technical Consulting Services
- 541711 Research and Development in Biotechnology
- 611519 Other Technical and Trade Schools
- 611699 All other Miscellaneous Schools and Instruction
- 611710 Educational Support Services
- Mass Fatality Management
- Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS)
- First Responders
- Industrial Safety
- Mass Casualty Management
- Environmental Health
- Human Performance (Biometrics)
- Human-Environment Interactions
- Advanced Response Providers
- Enroute Casualty Care Transport
Partial Client List
- Department of Agriculture
- Defense Logistics Agency
- Department of Justice
- United States Air Force
- Air Force Research Laboratory
- National Guard Bureau
- Ohio State Highway Patrol
- Ohio Emergency Management Agency
- Ohio Department of Health
- Ohio Emergency Medical Services
- Ohio State Coroners Association
- Howell Rescue Systems
The National Center for Medical Readiness (NCMR) is a self-sustaining, all-hazard, actual-conditions training environment for first responders (law enforcement, fire, and EMS), first receivers (physicians, nurses, mid-level providers, and hospital staff), Department of Defense (DoD) Special Operations and tactical combat medical specialists, and civilian populations. NCMR maintains classroom and office facilities on more than 50 acres in Fairborn, Ohio, and uses unique props and realistic settings to duplicate the full range of hazardous environments seen in both man-made and natural disasters.
We improve individual and community-wide readiness, response, and recovery from emergencies and disasters through programs dedicated to saving lives and developing resiliency. Our expertise across all of our key functions include, but is not limited to, education and training; modeling and simulation; consulting and management; research, testing and evaluation.
NCMR provides a unique capability of curriculum development and delivery across the spectrum of adult learning. We provide an integrated delivery which capitalizes on off-site/on-line distance learning foundations, followed up with hands-on training in a resident environment and culminating in a hands-on practical application training phase in a tough environment. This approach minimizes operational costs and maximizes operational effectiveness for our students. We can accomplish the resident and hands-on phase, customized to your needs, either at the NCMR training site (Calamityville) or via mobile training teams anywhere around the world.
Division of Emergency Management & Response Operations
Emergency Management (Disaster Management). Despite the fact that the field is called emergency management, disasters are not synonymous with emergencies. A disaster is any emergency or destructive event that overwhelms the resources and capabilities of a local community to respond to and recover from the impacts of that event. Emergency management is the profession that coordinates and integrates all activities intended to limit death, injury, human suffering, and property damage from both natural and man-made disasters. The discipline of emergency management is comprehensive which includes all disaster management initiatives.
Response Operations encompass both the third phase of the emergency management cycle as well as the day-to-day responses to all sizes and types of emergencies which first responders and healthcare providers respond throughout the community.
Division of Operational & Disaster Medicine
Operational Medicine is healthcare provided in unconventional settings where important resources may be significantly restricted. These resources could include limited supplies, expertise, time, location, or climate extremes. Operational Medicine includes, but is not limited to; Military Medicine, Event Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Tactical Medicine, Pre-Hospital Medicine, and Aviation Medicine.
Disaster Medicine (Battlefield Medicine/Field Surgery/Combat Casualty Care) is the treatment of wounded combatants and non-combatants in or near an area of combat. Civilian medicine has greatly advanced with procedures that were first developed to treat the wounds inflicted during combat. Battlefield medicine is a category of military medicine.