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BLS for Healthcare Providers

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Traditional Group Class Room BLS

Cost: $59 – Book IncludedBLS CPR Basic Life Support

Length of Class: up to 2.5 hours

Certification: American Heart Association Two Year Certification

Course For: Health Care Providers

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Express BLS One-on-One/In-Person Blended Course

Personal One-on-One BLS Training

Cost: $79 – Two years Access to online Class Material

Length of Class: up to 25-35 minutes In-Person Skills Testing

Certification: American Heart Association Two Year Certification

Course For: Health Care Providers BLS Skills Testing is Available Every Day Call to Set a Time

Course Offered: 7 Days a Week

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Skills Testing Only Online/In-Person Hybrid Course

For people who completed Part 1 of AHA online course.

Cost: $49 – Two years Access to online Class Material

Length of Class: up to 25-35 minutes In-Person Skills Testing

Certification: American Heart Association Two Year Certification

Course For: Health Care Providers

BLS Skills Testing is Available Every Day Call to Set a Time

Renewal BLS Re-Certification

Cost: $59 – BLS Certification

Certification: American Heart Association Two Year Certification

Course For: Health Care Providers

BLS Certification – One on One – Call for appointment 678-540-4450

Cost: $79  –  Must have Current BLS Certification

Certification:  American Heart Association Two Year Certification

Course For:  Health Care Providers

 

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The Basic Life Support or BLS training provides a wide variety of healthcare professionals the ability to recognize different life-threatening emergencies, such as choking, provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and use an automated external defibrillator (AED) in a safe, timely and effective manner. Basic life support can be provided by trained medical personnel, such as doctors, nurses, emergency medical technicians, paramedics, respiratory therapists, physical and occupational therapists, physician’s assistants, residents or fellows, or medical or nursing students in training, aides, medical or nursing assistants who have obtained BLS training. It is also useful for many other professions, such as daycare providers, coaches, teachers, personal trainers, security personnel and social workers. Their contact with many different people and their exposure to various circumstances where medical emergencies can occur make BLS training a good opportunity for acquiring basic lifesaving skills that may come in handy.

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2015 AHS Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care

BLS Training is important especially because guidelines for lifesaving are constantly updated based on observations and studies that evaluate the effectiveness and safety of current guidelines. Even for the well trained healthcare providers, changes in algorhythms and new recommendations need to be learned. Finally, although CPR can be performed by any bystander, trained or untrained, the quality of CPR performed is crucial to the survival of the victim. BLS training for healthcare providers will help improve a patient’s chances for surviving a life threatening emergency situation.

References

BLS for Healthcare Providers – Classroom. AHA. Berg RA, Hemphill R, Abella BS, Aufderheide TP, Cave DM, Hazinski MF, Lerner EB, Rea TD, Sayre MR, Swor RA. Part 5: Adult basic life support: 2015 American Heart Association Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care. Circulation. 2015;122(suppl 3):S685–S705.