Odin Medical specializes in teaching lifesaving first aid to civilians, law enforcement, military, schools, or any organization that would like a class specialized for them. Odin Medical also sells the equipment necessary to administer these skills and can customize a medical kit based on your application needs. Contact us for any custom class or medical kit you need for your application.
Meet the team
Gary AAS, NRP-T, TP-C, FP-C
Gary started his medical career in 2007 as a firefighter/EMT. He became a National Registered Paramedic (NRP) in 2008 and began working for EMSA, a high volume ambulance service, in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Gary worked at EMSA for three years while simultaneously becoming a SWAT Medic. Gary left EMSA and enlisted as a medic for the U.S. Army. He deployed to Afghanistan and served at several outposts where he medically evacuated over 25 injured personnel without any loss of life. Gary taught multiple medical courses to combat medics keeping them up to date with the most advanced lifesaving information and maintaining their medical certifications. After leaving the U.S. Army, Gary became a flight medic to continue providing lifesaving treatment to those in need.
Gary holds certifications and training in the following: NREMT as a Paramedic, State licensed Paramedic in OK, TX, MO, AR and KS, Advanced Burn Life Support (ABLS), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Instructor, Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS), Basic Life Support (BLS) Instructor, FP-C (Flight Paramedic Certification), NAEMT Instructor, Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Instructor, Neonatal Resuscitation Program, Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS), Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) Instructor, High Risk Medic, Field Sanitation Team, Tropical Medicine TP-C (Tactical Paramedic Certification).
Chris AEMT-T, TR-C
Vice President of Training
Chris has served in many capacities in the EMS, military, and law enforcement communities. He started his military career in 1991 in the Oklahoma Army National Guard, where he is currently serving as a medical platoon sergeant. Chris holds an MOS in both Infantry and Medical, and has served as a rifleman, team leader, squad leader, medical sergeant, BAS NCOIC, and 68W MOS-T instructor. He has been deployed to Bosnia, Iraq, and Afghanistan.Chris started his EMS career in 1995 as an EMT-Basic at EMSA-East in Tulsa, OK. In 2002, he became an EMT-Intermediate. Chris has held many duty positions at EMSA to include field training officer, field safety officer, and senior FTO. He has been a member of the bike team, ambulance strike team, and a tactical medic.
He holds provider or instructor certifications in the following: ACLS, AHLS, EVOC Instructor, BLS Instructor, PHTLS Instructor, and TCCC Instructor. Chris is also a medic on the Special Operations Team since 2013. He has attended the follow courses: TTPOA Basic SWAT Medic, RTI EMT-Tactical, and Basic SWAT Course.
Carl, PA-C, TP-C
Research and Development
Carl has served in various medical professions, initially starting his carrier in the Army National Guard in 2002 as a combat medic, deploying to both Iraq in 2005-2006 and Afghanistan 2009-2010. Between deployments he has worked as a EMT-I for GoldCross EMS and AirMed fixed wing critical care transport in Augusta, Georgia, and as a FF/EMT for Lincolnton Public Safety.
After returning from Afghanistan, he transitioned to a full time student, entering University of Oklahoma Physician Assistant program shortly thereafter. Upon graduation he started work in the ER, learning crucial critical care and procedures that would be a basis for his transition to the hospital’s Trauma Surgery. He is now commissioned as a 1st Lieutenant, and the current medical provider for the 160th Field Artillery, Oklahoma National Guard. Most recently he has begun to work with the Special Operations Team in 2018.
Current certifications/courses; NCCPA, PHTLS, TCCC, ACLS, ATLS, BCLS. SEMPA Ultrasound, and Fundamentals of Critical Care – SCCM.
Bio coming soon
Anthony NRP, TP-C, B.S.
Anthony is a decorated 18 year veteran of the Police Department where he has served in patrol, narcotics, and as a Field Training Officer. He is currently the department’s Medical Support and Training Officer where, with his 23 years of experience as a Paramedic, he is responsible for the emergency medical training for the department’s nearly 800 personnel including 35 Police EMT’s and Paramedics. Anthony has specialized in tactical medicine since 1996 and currently serves as the TEMS team leader for the Special Operations Team.
Anthony holds instructor certifications from the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET), the Oklahoma State Department of Health-EMS Division (OSDH-EMS), the American Heart Association (AHA), the National Association of EMT’s (NAEMT), and the National Association of EMS Educators (NAEMSE). Anthony was recognized as the Rotary Club Police Officer of the Year in 2015 for his efforts to further medical training in law enforcement.