The ACLS Provider Renewal program (8 hours) with standard content is designed to facilitate a review of
ACLS skill and knowledge for current ACLS providers to enable the participant to successfully renew their
provider credential. This is an appropriate program for those ACLS providers with very little actual code
Intended Audience: Licensed Health care Professionals who have been previously certified by the American
Heart Association as an ACLS Provider .
|Adult & Pediatric
Advanced Life Support
|Renewal programs are designed to refresh and update previously trained individuals in the techniques and
science associated with the delivery of high quality advanced life support for victims of acute illness or injury
Successful course completion measured through written exam and satisfactory skill performance. Course
completion cards awarded for successful completion.
For validation of certification a valid previously issue advanced life support card in the chosen discipline
must be presented, Expired certification cards within ninety (90) days of expiration are valid in addition a
valid BLS-HCP card is also prerequisite for these course ( copies of both sides are acceptable)
Each program is accredited for 8 hours of continuing/contact hours ( Please note Massachusetts
Paramedics can not use ACLS hours towards recertification whereas certification in ACLS is a separate
requirement PALS credits are creditable for MASS Medics).
Pre-Registration Strongly advised so that materials can be distributed for your review prior to the program
|The ACLS Experienced Provider Course is a renewal option designed for seasoned ACLS providers who
wish to renew their provider status. This course provides a stimulus for expert clinicians to identify areas in
resuscitation that deal with special circumstances. In addition to completing the activities required for ACLS
Provider renewal, students will participate in expanded ACLS content during the four EP Learning
Stations:/Clinical Scenarios in Toxicological Emergencies, Environmental Emergencies, Electrolyte
Emergencies, and Cardiovascular Emergencies.
Intended Audience: Licensed healthcare professionals, clinicians and scientists who must frequently
respond to emergency cardiovascular and special resuscitation situations in theirwork environment.
|The PALS Provider Renewal program (8 hours) is designed to facilitate a review of PALS skill and knowledge
for current PALS providers to enable the participant to successfully renew their provider credential. The goal
of the Pediatric Advanced Life Support Course is to provide the learner with:
Information needed to recognize infants and children at risk for cardiopulmonary arrest,
Information and strategies needed to prevent cardiopulmonary arrest in infants and children
Cognitive and psychomotor skills needed to resuscitate and stabilize infants and children in respiratory failure,
shock, or cardiopulmonary arrest.
Intended Audience: Licensed Healthcare Providers such as pediatricians, house staff, emergency physicians,
family physicians, nurses, paramedics, respiratory therapists, and other healthcare professionals who are
responsible for the well-being of infants and children
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