Accredited, online ACLS training in New York

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 New York

Physicians: NY state does not have CME requirements for physicians. Your hospital may be pleased to know that our ACLS, BLS, and PALS courses are AMA accredited.

CME is not required in NY

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

§6827. Mandatory continuing education. During each triennial registration period an applicant for registration shall complete a minimum of forty-five hours of acceptable formal continuing education, as specified in subdivision four of this section, provided that no more than twenty-two hours of such continuing education shall consist of self-study courses.

Who are approved providers? There are three types of approved sponsors (providers): Sponsors approved by the American Council on Pharmaceutical Education (ACPE) or by an equivalent organization that the State Board of Pharmacy determines to have equivalent standards

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EMS workers: Our courses count in NY as acceptable CME

In order to be admitted to the State final practical skills examination all CFR, EMT and/or Advanced EMT students must pass CPR testing based on the criteria published in the American Heart Association’s “Guidelines 2016 for CPR and ECC”. Testing must include adult and infant obstructed airway procedures, adult 1 and 2 rescuer CPR, child and infant CPR. All documentation pertaining to CPR must become apart of the student files. The course sponsor may use CPR educational materials from the American Heart Association, American Red Cross, National Safety Council or other equivalent educational material which meets the latest AHA Guidelines 2016.

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All child day care programs must have at least one (1) staff person, who holds a valid certificate in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and first aid, on the premises of the child care program during the program’s operating hours.

CPR and first aid certificates must be appropriate to the ages of the children in care.

The staff person(s) who holds the valid certification in CPR and first aid must have their certification on file and available for review during their working hours at the program.

A limited number of training slots in CPR and first aid are available at no cost to child day care staff and caregivers.

In-person training

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

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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.

A player received CPR in ground

Loffredo, a referee, was on the field when he saw a player lying on the ground. He ran to the scene where a person was already providing CPR he took over and started providing chest compressions to the player. Another player cleared the airway the third one was checking the pulse. The trainers got the AED and provided him with shocks. The player was then taken to the hospital where he recovered.

Full Story / August 11, 2022

Police officers helped to save a one-year-old

The NYPD responded to the call stating that one-year-old baby had stopped breathing. When the policemen arrived they took the baby to the hospital while performing CPR. The mother accompanied them too. The baby started breathing again and was fine then.

Full Story / October 8, 2021

Babysitter revived a 6-month-old by CPR

Alcock a 16-year-old girl had been babysitting Becotte's family since their first daughter Lyla was eight months old. Alcock stated that that night Sonny (Lyla's younger brother) started to cry and turned blue all of a sudden and then stopped breathing. Alcock began CPR immediately and called 911 by her cell phone. Sonny was then taken to the hospital where staff told Becotte that Alcock made a difference.

Full Story / April 8, 2021

Child care worker saved an infant's life

Rachel was about to put her kids to bed when her daughter Shiloh went quiet. She was holding her in her arms, the baby's eyes had gone off, lips turned blue as she went unresponsive. Rasheen Hill, Shiloh's father started providing CPR to her daughter. CPR helped him save his daughter. He urges that every patient must take CPR training.

Full Story / July 5, 2019

Husband saves wife who just gave birth

Luke Benrud was the hero of the day. He was resting with his wife who just gave births a few weeks ago when suddenly, Andrea Benrud dropped to the floor with no breathing. Luke remembered the training he received and started administering CPR to her until paramedics arrived to take care of the situation.

Full Story / March 8, 2018

The 4 heroes of Afton

Bruce Daily, a 76-year-old lifeguard instructor collapsed due to a heart attack. Luckily for him, 4 women who were present at the class knew how to tackle such situation. Jennifer Jones, Lila Harris, Sue Shove, and Afton Freshman Liv Harris-Morris jumped to action by providing CPR assistance to the dying instructor, they inmediatly began doing chest compressions and rescue breathings while calling for the EMT and looking for the Automatic external defibrillator. After 3 shocks with the AED the instructor regained consciousness and was taken to the nearest hospital by the paramedic team.

Full Story / January 11, 2018

Off duty emergency professional saves life

Paramedic Derek Sonnenberg was off-duty at a local restaurant when an 86-year-old individual began experiencing chest pains. While emergency services were called, Sonnenberg began CPR on the individual and was able to get a pulse on the patient. The Marysville EMS arrived and transported the patient to the hospital.

Full Story / March 8, 2016