Company

Prytime Medical Devices – The REBOA Company™

Prytime Medical is a medical device company that designs, develops and markets minimally invasive solutions for vascular trauma. We seek to innovate products at the intersection of military need and large commercial opportunity.

Our initial focus is the ER-REBOA™ Catheter, a 7 Fr compatible balloon catheter designed by trauma and vascular surgeons for use during REBOA .

Vision

We believe no one should bleed to death.
The sooner you stop bleeding the better.

Mission

To provide minimally invasive solutions for hemorrhage control.

Leadership

Management Team

Board of Directors

Clinical Advisory Board

Steve Bailey,
MD, FACC, FSCAI

UT Health Science Center SA

Chief of Cardiology at UTHSCSA
Director of Cardiovascular Research Center

Megan L. Brenner,
MD, MS

University of Maryland Shock Trauma

Dual Board Certified, Vascular Surgery and Trauma
Course instructor in REBOA surgical techniques

Jeffrey Cain, MD, FACEP

Emergency Medicine Physician

Former US Army Ranger Physician; advisor to Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care and Committee for Tactical Emergency Casualty Care

Jonathan L. Eliason,
MD

University of Michigan

Medical Director – Diagnostic Vascular Labs
Associate Professor of Vascular Surgery
Co-Director Aortic Program

Charles “Chuck” J. Fox,
MD, FACS

University of Colorado

Chief of Vascular Surgery at Denver Health Medical Center
Former Combat Medic

Paul T. Mayer, MD, MBA, FACEP

Emergency Physician

USA Retired
Former US Army EMS Medical Director, Former Director US Army Center for Prehospital Medicine

Jonathan Morrison,
MD, PhD

University of Glasgow

West of Scotland Vascular Surgery

Careers

At Prytime Medical, you’ll have the opportunity to be part of something bigger than yourself. We’re seeking candidates who share our vision that no one should bleed to death and who can join us in building a great company.

We currently have no job openings. Please check back periodically, as positions will be posted as they become available.