Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Re-Certification
The content of this course is an abbreviated version of the PALS Initial Certification course.

Cost: $125  (See Payment Page)

Text:  PALS Provider Manual (Not Provided)

Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Provider Course
The Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) course is a video-mediated course that is designed to provide the learner with the tools to recognize and effectively manage the infant and child at risk for or in cardio-pulmonary arrest.

Course content consists of rapid cardiopulmonary assessment, recognition of the impending shock and respiratory arrest, and resuscitation of the pediatric patient in cardiac arrest.

Class participants consist of pediatricians, emergency physicians, family physicians, nurses, EMS personnel, respiratory therapists and other healthcare providers who are responsible for the well-being of infants and children.

Skills competencies will be confirmed and a course written examination must be successfully completed.

Upon course completion, an American Heart Association PALS Course Certification Card will be issued. Participants are welcome to audit; however only those qualified will receive a course completion certification.

Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Re-Certification
Course content is an abbreviated version of the Initial Provider course.

Cost: $125  (See Payment Page)

Text:  ACLS Provider Manual (Not Provided)

Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Provider Course
The ACLS course is designed to provide the knowledge and skills needed to evaluate and manage the adult victim during the peri-arrest period.
Course contents consist of: the recognition and management of respiratory arrest, witnessed and unwitnessed cardiac arrest, brady-and-tachy dysrhythmias, asystole, pulseless electrical activity, acute coronary syndrome and cerebral vascular accidents.

Those eligible to take this course include personnel staffing emergency, intensive or critical care units, EMS providers, physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists and other professionals who may have a need to respond to a cardiovascular emergency.

All those interested may audit the course, but students must be eligible to receive certification before one will be issued by the American Heart Association.

A current CPR card is required.

Please contact the Lifeline office for more information.

American Heart Association Basic Life Support (BLS) for the Healthcare Provider ® Certification Course
This video-mediated course is designed for the Healthcare Provider to teach the skills of Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation and other related topics for all ages to members of the medical community.

Course content includes adult, child and infant CPR, as well as obstructed airway management and automated external defibrillator (AED) training.

Certification will be provided through the American Heart Association.

(BLS) for the Healthcare Provider ® Re-Certification Course
This course is offered to those who hold a current HealthCare Provider Certification Card, that has not yet expired.

The content of this course is similar to the initial provider course, including a skills proficiency test and a course written examination.

American Heart Association Standard CPR & First Aid
(Course designed for non-medical personnel)

This certified course covers 4 hours of Basic CPR and 4 hours of Basic First Aid. Students of the course will be taught how to perform CPR and relieve foreign-body airway obstructions for victims of all ages.

Participants will also become familiar with acute injuries as well as sudden illnesses and will be able to provide basic first aid care for many emergencies.

This course is designed for all lay responders such as law enforcement and security personnel, airline employees, members of a business emergency response team, or anyone who has an interest in learning lifesaving techniques of CPR, the AED and first aid care.

A CPR and First Aid course completion card is issued by the American Heart Association.

Manuals are provided for the student and skills proficiency will be demonstrated.  A classroom workbook will be completed.

American Heart Association Heartsaver for All Ages® CPR Certification
(Course designed for non-medical personnel)

The Heartsaver course is video-mediated and is designed to teach the lay person how to recognize and treat life threatening emergencies such as cardiac arrest, stroke and choking for victims of all ages.

The automated external defibrillator (AED) is included in this course.

Participants include the lay person such as workplace employees, daycare staff and teachers, babysitters, law enforcement and firefighters, airline personnel, security guards, and those who may have a need to respond to an emergency.

The Heartsaver CPR course is also geared towards the non-professional who wants to learn the lifesaving techniques of CPR and the use of the AED.

Students will demonstrate CPR and AED proficiency and will complete a student workbook in class.  A course completion certificate will be issued by the American Heart Association.