BioSim Northwest

A CAPCE accredited scenario based cadaver lab.

Classroom instruction, practical application of skills, and video feedback ensure each participant gains a thorough knowledge of even the most advanced skills.

What you get

BioSim Northwest provides a customized program to fit the needs of your organization.

Every participant earns one continuing education credit for each hour in the lab. Most classes earn 6-8 hours of accredited CE that can be used toward recertification.

Program Options

what can we do for you?

BioSim NW provides a scenario based lab that brings the real world to the classroom, as well as online education. We provide single and multiple day programs that can be customized to your program’s needs and protocols. Some of the skills you can expect to learn and perform are listed below.

Airway Management Basics

OPA, NPA, BVM, supraglottic airway

Advanced airway management

ETT, needle cricothyrotomy, surgical cricothyrotomy Ventilator management

Thoracic trauma

Needle decompression, finger thoracostomy, chest tube placement, clamshell thoracotomy

Bleeding control

How to effectively pack a wound, correct tourniquet placement

IO placement

myths and truths


Rapid trauma assessment

Other Areas Include

Dan Livengood


Dan and Holly have worked together for over 20 years on the ground and in the air.

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what people are saying

Quality training and education is the key to delivering our best care on EVERY call.

Please let us know if you would like to explore different ways to work within your budget.

Dan Livengood, FP-C, EMTP

Dan has been a firefighter/paramedic for 27 years. In 2002, Dan became flight paramedic. He continued working as a firefighter, which gives him a unique perspective of prehospital medicine. He has a passion for teaching, and has become a mentor to those that know him. Dan has been teaching cadaver labs for over 5 years, and knows how to bring the real life scenarios to the lab. 

Holly Ilg BSN, CEN, CFRN

Holly started her career as a paramedic in 2002 working on a private ambulance, then worked for several years on the trauma team at a level 1 trauma center. In 2009, she started a new career as a flight paramedic. She left flying in 2013 after going to the dark side and obtaining her nursing degree. In 2016, she returned to Life Flight Network as a Certified Flight Nurse. Her varied experience as a paramedic, as well as a flight nurse with a background in the ICU and emergency department, gives her a well-rounded perspective on prehospital medicine.