Our Approach

iSaveLives instructors are Experienced Medical Professionals and Certified American Heart Association & American Red Cross Instructors. We utilize high quality CPR manikins with feedback devices and make the learning experience enjoyable. 

No boring classes allowed!

Real Experience for Real Life!

Meet the Team

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Sheila Elliott

Sheila has been a Licensed Paramedic since 2008 and has experience working in a variety of settings. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Education from Texas Tech and is also the TxDSHS Course Coordinator for the El Centro College EMS Program. Sheila has been married to her husband, Jason, since 1993 and they have 3 sons, 2 of whom have special needs.

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Amy Tillman

Amy has been a Paramedic for 10+ years.  Her experience includes serving 4 years on a 911 ambulance, volunteering for the Lucas Fire Department as firefighter/paramedic, and working in a hospital ER.  Amy enjoys teaching CPR classes and making learning fun.  No boring CPR classes are allowed!  Amy is married to her husband, Jason, and has three children.

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Loree Overbee

Having worked as a flight medic for the Children's Transport Team and in the Children's Medical Center ER, Loree has experience with the smallest of patients. Loree has two children of her own, loves teaching classes, and makes learning fun!

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Scott Bell

Scott has a varied background in EMS and truly believes in delivering quality education. Scott has worked EMS in Houston and is a founder of the UT Dallas EMS First Responder agency, which was awarded the Texas 2018 EMS First Responder Organization of the Year.

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Bryan Dillon

Bryan has been a Licensed Paramedic since 1996 and is also a state certified Firefighter, Fire Inspector and Fire Investigator.  Bryan uses his experiences in the field to make classes relevant and interesting.

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Phil Minshew

A lifelong resident of the Dallas area, Philip spent 31 years serving the citizens of Dallas with Dallas Fire-Rescue as a Firefighter/Paramedic before retiring in 2019. He is currently an adjunct instructor for the EMS program at El Centro College.