Accredited, Online ACLS Trainingin Maryland

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 Maryland

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

From document continuing medical education ( B. Requirements.

(1) A physician applying for renewal or reinstatement shall earn at least 50 credit hours of category I CME during the 2-year period immediately preceding the licensee’s submission of the renewal or reinstatement application. (2) The Board shall recognize for category I CME credit those activities which meet at least one of the following additional requirements for the activity: (a) Be accredited as category I by the ACCME;

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

CE’s not required in Maryland

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

10.44.22 Continuing education 08 Approved sponsors and equivalents.. A. The Board approves for credit any course or program that:. 1) Satisfies all eligibility criteria in regulations .06 and .07 of this chapter; and. 2) Is sponsored by any one of the following entities:. a) An accredited dental school;. b) An accredited dental hygiene school;. c) The American Dental Association;. 04 Requirements.. A. A licensee shall maintain cardiopulmonary resuscitation certification from one of the following programs:1) The American Heart Association’s basic life support for healthcare providers;. 2) The American Red Cross’s cardiopulmonary resuscitation for professional rescuers; or. 3) An equivalent program approved by the Board.. B. A licensee seeking renewal shall complete not less than 30 full hours of continuing education, including 2 hours of infection control.

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

30 hours of continuing education are required the two years prior to renewal. Two (2) hours must be “live” CE. Pharmacists may acquire two live CE credits for attending a Board of Pharmacy Public Meeting in its entirety (not to exceed 4 CE credits per renewal period). A CE is considered “live” if it offers the ability for the participant to have real-time interaction with the presenter. Programs approved by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) that are designated by the letter “L” in the course identification number are considered “live.” ACPE-approved courses pharmacists (only) end in the letter “P”.

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EMS Workers: Our courses count in MD as acceptable CME

.02 Continuing education courses eligible for credit under COMAR A. Skills and full refresher courses eligible for credit under COMAR shall be provided under the requirements of this chapter by EMS Board approved: (1) ALS education programs; (2) BLS education programs;

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Tattoo artists: Our bloodborne pathogen course is acceptable in MD

XVII. Personnel. (1) Persons performing the tattoo or body piercing operation shall obtain current certification in first aid and proof of attendance at a blood-borne pathogen training program (or equivalent), approved by the Occupational Health and Safety Administration. Training/courses provided by professional body art organizations/associations or by equipment manufacturers may also be submitted for consideration. (3) The owner of a body art studio must maintain a file on all persons who perform tattoo or body piercing procedures at that body art studio, which will be available for inspection by the Department and includes the following: (b) Evidence of CPR, first aid certification and completed training in disease prevention/ blood-borne pathogens.

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In-person training

If you prefer sit-down, in-person training for ACLS, we have you covered.

Williamsport Volunteer Fire and EMS, Inc. / 52 Brandy Drive Williamsport, MD 21795

Paramedical Personnel of Maryland / 5343 Granary Rd — Ste D Forest Hill, MD 21050

Start Beat, LLC / 52901 West Strathmore Ave Baltimore, MD 21209

Adventist Center of Resuscitation Excellence / 5820 W. Diamond Ave, Suite 500 Gaithersburg, MD 20878

Garrett County Memorial Hospital d/b/a Garrett Regional Medical Center / 5251 N 4th St Education Dept Oakland, MD 21550-1375

Total number of locations: 39.

To schedule a session, please see our to in-person skills test for CPR or for ACLS.

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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.

Maryland biker's heroic CPR rescue sparks world restart a heart day awareness

Brian Buckley, in a recent act of heroism, administered CPR to a distressed individual along a biking trail in Maryland. His courageous efforts underscore the significance of Hands-Only CPR education. With Saturday marking World Restart a Heart Day, the American Heart Association plans to host a live demonstration of Hands-Only CPR on YouTube, further emphasizing the importance of life-saving techniques in emergency situations.

Full Story / October 15, 2021

Border patrol agents saved the life of an infant

An infant went unresponsive on a plane that was just about to take off. The border patrol agents and the customs confirmed that the infant was not breathing. Warner, one of the border patrol officers provided CPR until paramedics arrived. The infant was then taken to the hospital.

Full Story / May 9, 2021

New PulsePoint app helps save lives

"The PulsePoint program increases the chance that a CPR trained bystander who may be closer than a first responder can take action to save a life," said fire department chief Allan Graves. This new app will help save lives thanks to it being able to alert any resident in a radius that know CPR so they can quickly come to help the person suffering from either a cardiac arrest or otherwise.

Full Story / May 22, 2018

Swimer saved by a bystander

A 16-year-old swimmer was saved at a middle school pool thanks to the action of a coach and father. It was reported that the swimmer suffered a shallow water blackout and a bystander who was walking nearby jumped to the action by administering CPR maneuvers while people called 911. The firefighters arrived first to find the girl breathing normally and it was all thanks to the prompt action of the heroic man.

Full Story / February 16, 2017

Officer resuscitates baby on side of freeway

Police officer James Herman was approached by the grandmother of an unresponsive baby while initiating a traffic stop in I-270. Officer Herman performed CPR on the baby, who was 9-months old, and successfully revived her. The baby had recently had heart surgery and after the recovery was rushed to the hospital to be placed in the ICU.

Full Story / October 12, 2015