Emergency Civilian Casualty Care - Community Resiliency
E3C teaches the newest advances in lifesaving trauma care, including the proper use of tourniquets, traumatic and life-saving wound treatment, triage, violent encounters, situational awareness and community resilience.
Emergency Civilian Casualty Care was established in February, 2014 by Dr. Sheldon Marks and Batallion Chief Kris Blume for civilian training, based on the military's Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC).
Check the calendar for E3C training dates, times and locations.
For more information or to register for E3C training, contact MRCSA at 520.445.7035, or
MRCSA has trained more than 1,000 community members in the first 24 months including:
Tucson Unified School District staff
Tucson Electric Power Company staff
Pima County Medical Society members
University of Arizona College of Nursing students
University of Arizona College of Public Health staff - Tucson and Phoenix
Tucson Ward Six community members
Pima County Sheriff's Auxiliary members
HOSA-Future Health Professionals members
Arizona State MRC unit coordinators
Pima County JTED Summer Academy students