ELCPR Training


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Business Founder | Owner | Training Instructor

Guy B. Badio, BSN, RN, CCRN

A native of New York City, Guy relocated to New Jersey during high school and pursued his nursing degree from Drexel College of Nursing & Health Professions. Upon graduating, Guy became a registered nurse (RN) and began his nursing career in 2015. In his early nursing years, a significant portion of his daily routine as a bedside medical-surgical (Med-Surg) RN involved fear of losing a patient in an emergency. One day while working in the Med-Surg unit, a patient’s vitals became detrimental, and the patient coded. After activating the code team, Guy witnessed a calm Intensive Care Unit (ICU) RN who was part of the code team not only handle the situation with expertise but also serve as the code team leader and save that patient’s life. That’s when Guy knew he wanted to learn how to be the same way.

Not long after, Guy immediately became an ICU RN and began his passion for learning and sharing knowledge of life-saving skills throughout his nursing career. Some years later, while Guy was working in a labor and delivery/post-anesthesia care unit (L&D/PACU) as a rapid response ICU RN at a renowned magnet hospital in New York City, a new mom, began to bleed out after a caesarian – section and coded. Guy served as a calm leader in a team of nurses, doctors, and anesthesiologists to save the woman’s life. Bringing over seven years of professional bedside nursing experience in critical care, L&D, PACU, and emergency healthcare, Guy believes everyone can learn to save a life. Coming full circle on his journey, Guy knew he wanted to teach others how to know what to do during an emergency, so he became a CPR instructor. 


  • American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN)-(Adult) Critical Care Registered Nurse (CCRN)
  • Registered Prof. Nurse-Multi State, LIC
  • Registered Prof. Nursing: New York State, LIC
  • American Heart Association Basic Life Support (BLS) Instructor
  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Provider
  • Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Provider
  • American Certification Agency for Healthcare Professionals (ACA) – Electrocardiography (ECG) Instructor
  • Emergency Nurses Association (ENA)-Trauma Nursing Core Course (TNCC)
  • Guy Badio is a member of the following organizations: 
      • AACN
      • ENA

Emergent Lifesaving CPR Training:

Guy’s goal as an instructor is “making life-saving accessible to everyone.” As a healthcare provider and father, Guy understands the importance of a young child being able to save the life of a loved one and the significance of any adult coming to a stranger’s assistance during an emergency properly. To achieve his goal of making life-saving accessible to everyone, Guy opened a CPR business (Emergent Lifesaving CPR Training LLC) in New Jersey. Guy looks forward to teaching about life-saving procedures and growing his business into ECG training, personal training, and life and health coaching. He’s pursuing his doctoral degree and remains updated on the latest medical technologies through professional development. He’s excited to teach everyone willing to learn how to save a life, from healthcare professionals to children alike.

A recent reviewer, Kera H., a faculty from an aligned American Heart Association National Training Center, said about Guy, “You did an amazing job today! I loved your energy, and you followed the AHA guidelines to a T. It was a wonderful class and I wish more instructors taught like you did!”


Making Life-Saving Accessible to Everyone 

CPR, rescue breathing, abdominal thrusts, ECG interpretation, and other emergency life-saving skills should be accessible to people of all ages with the proper training. Life-or-death situations require calm and confident decisions within seconds, and people from all walks of life need to be fluent in life-saving procedures. Saving a life is not only for doctors and nurses; at Emergent Lifesaving CPR Training, Guy takes pride in making complex information easy to understand for his students.