About CPR Madison
Ché Stedman is the founder of CPR Madison. Started nearly 17 years ago; CPR Madison is a locally owned and operated business. Che works full-time as the City of Madison Fire Department Assistant Chief. Che' has over 27 years of personal hands on experience in dealing with sudden cardiac arrest and other heart and stroke related illnesses. Che' is also a retired member of the Wisconsin Air National Guard having served for 25 years. Che' did two tours of duty during the Iraq war in both Saudi Arabia and Iraq.
Annually, CPR Madison trains hundreds of people in the lifesaving techniques of CPR
(Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation) and in the use of AEDs (Automated External Defibrillator). CPR Madison has a client base throughout the state of Wisconsin, however their primary territory is in the City of Madison and Dane County. CPR Madison offers classes to both individuals, in and out of the healthcare field, and businesses. CPR Madison is convenient and flexible; available to teach at your location or there's and working with your schedule.
CPR Madison's Mission
The training and resources offered by CPR Madison often mean the
difference between life and death for members of our community. CPR Madison is dedicated to reducing preventable deaths from heart
disease, the number one cause of death in the United States.
CPR Madison's mission is to empower people from all walks of life by creating an atmosphere conducive to all learning styles and eliminating the stress of the subject matter through expert coaching and instruction. CPR Madison encourages everyone to be educated in CPR because you never know when you will the need the skills to help save a life.