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ACLS (Advanced Cardio Life Support)
This course is designed to provide healthcare professionals with the skills of caring for post cardiac arrest. The course covers ACLS Algorithms, airway management, rhythm recognition, high quality CPR, ACS (Acute Coronary Syndrome), stroke and more. The course is intended for physicians, nurses, paramedics and any medical professionals who respond to cardiovascular emergencies in and out of the hospital. There is a written and skill test that must be passed in order to receive a completion card. The initial course offers 10.5 Advanced CE Hours and the renewal course offers 6 Advanced CE Hours.


BLS (Basic Life Support)

Healthcare Provider
This course is designed to provide healthcare professionals with the skills of CPR until the victim is treated with more advanced lifesaving measures. The course covers Adult, Child, and Infant CPR with one and two rescuer, use of a bag valve mask, foreign body airway obstruction and the AED. The course is intended for physicians, nurses, paramedics, firefighters, and other allied health professionals. There is a written and skill test that must be passed in order to receive a completion card.

Heartsaver
This course is designed to provide the lay rescuer with life saving skills of CPR until the victim can be brought to a hospital. The course may cover Adult, Child, Infant CPR, foreign body airway obstruction, the AED and First Aid. The course is intended for individuals who have a duty to respond to emergencies because of their job responsibility, for example, security, police, firefighters, teachers and daycare workers. The course is also intended for anyone who wants to learn these life saving skills, to include family members.


PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support)
This course is designed to provide the healthcare professional with the skills of assessing and treating cardiovascular emergencies in Infants, Children and Adolescents. The course covers high quality CPR, management of respiratory emergencies, rhythm disturbances and more. The course is intended for physicians, nurses, paramedics and medical professionals who respond to pediatric emergencies in and out of the hospital. There is a written and skill test that must be passed in order to receive a completion card. The initial course offers 14 Advanced CE Hours and the renewal course offers 6 Advanced CE Hours.