Accredited, online ACLS training in Delaware

Accepted across North America and Canada, done in 3 hours. Up to 8 AMA CME/CE credits each.

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State acceptance in Delaware

Physicians: We are accepted by the DE Board of Medicine because we are accredited by AMA (category 1)

12.0 Continuing medical dducation 12.1 Pursuant to the provisions of 24 Del.C. §1713(d) the Board adopts the following regulation regarding requirements for continuing medical education as a prerequisite for renewal of registrations to practice medicine in the State of Delaware. Prior to renewal of registrations to practice medicine in this State a physician must be prepared to supply the Board with proof that he has completed forty (40) hours per registration period of continuing medical education in category I courses approved by the American Medical Association (AMA)

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Nurses: We are accepted by the DE Board of Nursing because we are ANCC accredited

9.0 Rules and regulations pertaining to mandatory continuing education 9.1 Definitions “Approved provider” means an entity that is one of the following: A nationally accredited provider of nursing related continuing education;

9.2 Continuing education licensure renewal requirements During each biennium, each registered nurse must earn 30 contact hours and each licensed practical nurse must earn 24 hours, to be credited to that biennium. At least 3 of these contact hours must be in the area of substance abuse. An educational activity designed for completion by learners, independently, at the learner’s own pace and at a time of the learner’s choice. Examples: Articles in journals designated as continuing education articles, computer-based programs, on-line continuing education courses for which there is a test of knowledge and a certificate awarded upon completion. The approved providers shall produce evidence of their capability to adhere to criteria indicative of quality continuing education for nurses. Each provider approved under 9.1, will be assigned a provider number by the Board and shall provide an annual statement of compliance with these criteria.

Dentists: We are accepted by the DE Board of Dentistry because we are accredited by ADA CERP

6.0 Continuing professional education (CPE) and renewal 6.3 Continuing education. All persons licensed to practice dentistry in the State of Delaware shall be required to acquire fifty (50) hours of continuing professional education (CPE) credit every two (2) years. Two (2) of the 50 credit hours shall be obtained in courses covering infection control. In addition to the CPE, licensees must provide evidence that they have successfully completed a current course in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) every two (2) years. The CPR course must encompass hands on clinical participation. On-line courses will not be accepted to satisfy the CPR requirement. Examples of acceptable courses include, but are not limited to, courses offered by the American Red Cross and the American Heart Association and courses offered or approved by any of the organizations listed in through of these regulations.

6.5.1 Scientific CPE programs or courses and/or the scientific sessions of meetings sponsored or approved by: American Dental Association (ADA), its constituents and components including CERP

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Pharmacists: We are accepted by the DE Board of Pharmacy because we are ACPE accredited

1.4 Continuing education requirements At least 2 hours of continuing education per biennial licensure period must be in the area of medication safety/errors. Any provider approved by ACPE. A maximum of 2 credit hours will be awarded for first aid, attendance at a Board of Pharmacy meeting and CPR/BCLS courses one time only per registration period. 14.0 Administration of injectable medications, biologicals and adult immunizations 14.1.1 In order to administer injectable medications, biologicals, and adult immunizations a licensed pharmacist, a registered intern or a pharmacy student shall complete a Board approved academic and hands-on practical curriculum and maintain a current cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) certificate acceptable to the Board of Pharmacy. CPR certification cannot be obtained through an on-line course.

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EMS workers: Our courses count in DE as acceptable CME

Title 16 Health and Safety Paramedic and Other Emergency Medical Service Systems Chapter 97. Emergency Medical Services Systems § 9705 Office of Emergency Medical Services — Functions. (8) Any other organization not listed above that provides certified emergency medical training, including CPR.

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Tattoo artists: Our bloodborne pathogen course is acceptable in DE

2.0 Definitions “Contaminated waste” means any of the following: any liquid or semi‑liquid blood or other potentially infectious materials; contaminated items that would release blood or other potentially infectious materials in a liquid or semi‑liquid state if compressed; items that are caked with dried blood or other potentially infectious materials and are capable of releasing these materials during handling; sharps and any wastes containing blood and other potentially infectious materials, as defined in “occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens”, 29 Code of Federal Regulations Part 1910.1030


At least one staff member certified in first aid and CPR, applicable to the ages of the children, must be present when children are present, including the beginning and end of the day and during off-site activities. all staff members, except for early childhood aides and school-age aides, complete certifications in first aid and in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) within two months of hire.

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Life saving stories

Here's a few stories that warmed our heart. Just sharing and thanking you for choosing a career that helps people that need it most.

NFL safety's on-field CPR rescue spotlighted at EMS world expo

During a January 2, 2023, Monday Night Football game, NFL safety Damar Hamlin collapsed on-field, witnessed by 67,000 fans and 25 million viewers. The swift CPR administered by the EMS team saved his life. At the 2023 EMS World Expo, Drs. Bentley Woods Curry and Jason McMullan, part of the lifesaving team, shared insights on the historic rescue. They highlighted the importance of immediate action, emphasizing the critical role of proper training and quick AED use. Despite the successful outcome, Dr. Curry admitted to restless nights until Hamlin's recovery, emphasizing the emotional toll on medical responders. Dr. McMullan stressed the significance of peer support and learning from every experience, emphasizing the imperfections despite the positive result.

Full Story / September 20, 2023

Delaware ACME heroes: Nurses' timely CPR saves life, receives grateful thanks

Last January, Frank Ferrara experienced a sudden cardiac arrest while visiting a Delaware ACME store. Fortunately, two shoppers, both nurses, swiftly administered CPR until paramedics reached the scene. Today, Ferrara gets the opportunity to express his gratitude in person to these lifesavers who intervened during his critical moment.

Full Story / May 13, 2023

Paramedics saved a 61-year-old man by CPR

When Quashne went unconscious his dog felt something wrong and woke up his wife. She instantly called 911. Corporal David Cole arrived first on the scene in just two minutes and started providing CPR. The on-scene personnel was able to restore the patient's pulse after giving eight defibrillations. Later the medics applied ice packs and chilled IV fluids to stabilize Quashne.

Full Story / September 18, 2019

CPR helps man save his bestfriend

Sean Harrison and Ricky Bryan were on a fishing trip where Bryan went into cardiac arrest. His friend Harrison called 911 and meanwhile started providing chest compressions. After 10-15 seconds he noticed Bryan was aspiring out of his mouth but couldn't inhale. Meanwhile, another man who knew how to perform CPR came over to help Harrison until paramedics arrived. The first responded told these men that their actions most likely saved Bryan's life.

Full Story / February 5, 2019