Minnesota Online ACLS Recertification

10% off with 2 courses, 15% off with 3

Add one course for 10% off

Add one course for the 15% three course discount

15% multiple course discount is applied

Up to 8 AMA credits each (see below)

State acceptance in Minnesota

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

CE Rule from Chapter 5605 5605.0300 CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION CREDIT. At least 75 hours of continuing medical education credit must be obtained in any cycle by attendance at continuing medical education activities designated by an accredited sponsor as Category 1 of the Physician’s Recognition Award of the American Medical Association. Continuing medical education sponsors must be accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) or by a state medical society recognized by the ACCME as an intrastate accreditor of continuing medical education sponsors. Published Electronically: June 11, 2008

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Nurses: We are accepted by the MN Board of Nursing

We are ANCC accredited and we are listed on the Minnesota Board of Nursing Internet Continuing Education Sites page at: https://mn.gov/boards/nursing/licensure/continuing-ed/

RN must participate in 24 contact hours of continuing education and an LPN must participate in 12 contact hours

Activities which may meet continuing education requirements Continuing education requirements may be fulfilled in one of three ways:

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

6800.1500 CONTINUING EDUCATION. Subpart 1. Definitions. B. “Approved provider” means any association, corporation, educational institution, organization, group, or person who has been recognized by the Board of Pharmacy, in accordance with subpart 3, as having met its criteria indicative of the ability to provide quality continuing education programs or who has been recognized by the board as being approved by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) for the provision of quality continuing education programs. Subp. 2. Minimum hours required for pharmacists; completed at least 30 hours of approved continuing education during the previous two-year period

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Tattoo artists: Our bloodborne pathogen course is acceptable in MN

Bloodborne Pathogen Training (Minnesota Department of Health) MDH does not accept online Bloodborne Pathogen Training from American Heart Association or Red Cross. These classes require additional site specific training that MDH cannot verify is being conducted. These classes are also not testing participants at the conclusion of the training. MDH wants to ensure all technicians are receiving the best educational experiences available to them, while keeping the safety of their consumers in mind.

In-person training

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

Winona Ambulance / 5370 W 2nd Street Suite 300 Winona, MN 55987

Prime Time Medical Training, LLC. / 5398 Northtown Drive N.E. Blaine, MN 55434

Central Lakes College / 5501 W. College Drive Brainerd, MN 56401

Lake Region Healthcare Corporation / 5712 S Cascade St Fergus Falls, MN 56537-2913

LifeCare Medical Center / 5715 Delmore Dr Roseau, MN 56751-1534

Total number of locations: 24. These locations CAN provide American Heart Association-branded provider cards if needed.

To schedule a session, please see our in-person scheduling page.

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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.

Three people saved life

While swimming in the pool, Cody Runyan noticed a child lying at the bottom of the pool. He quickly responded and swam down to the child to grab him out of the pool, one boy also notice Cody and help him right away to save the victim. after they safely put the victim out of the pool, another rescuer Desiree Pasko, began doing the CPR to save the victim, after doing the CPR the victim response and his cough and vomit is a sign that the victim is safe from danger.

Full story / June 4, 2018

ResQCPR system saves life

Roger Keller had a history of heart disease, but it was all thanks to a new system that he managed to tell his story. It all happened when he was being transported to a medical center that Keller’s heart stopped beating. The firefighters in charge proceeded to administer CPR with a new system called ResQCPR. The main objective of the device is to help in doing chest compressions, it looks like a suction cup that attaches to a patient’s chest and helps regulate the rhythm of the compressions that are being done. This new system helped Roger Keller avoid further neurological damage and its proven to increase overall survival rates.

Full story / September 21, 2016

Philando castile shooting

"Around 9 p.m. Castile, his sweetheart, Jewel Reynolds, and Reynolds 4-year-old little girl were driving when they were pulled over. In a Facebook Live video posted by Reynolds, from the record of Lavisha Reynolds, she said police pulled them over because of a broken front lamp.Several witnesses saw the aftermath, including Falcon Heights resident Katherine Bleth. Bleth had quite recently arrived home Wednesday night when she says at around 9:10 p.m., she saw a few officers over the road on Larpenteur Boulevard clustering around a man resting. She would later discover the man was Philando Castile. She also saw a police officer giving CPR to Castile but she never saw move. He died as a result of the gunshot wounds."

Full story / July 6, 2016

Policeman saves spectator at basketball game

Officer Dan Metcalf was off duty, about to ref a high school basketball game, when a spectator collapsed in the stands. With help from others, the woman was taken off the stands and Metcalf performed CPR and used an AED to get her breathing again. The woman was rushed to the hospital and made a full recovery. Since, Metcalf was honored for his quick thinking and actions.

Full story / March 3, 2016