Accredited, Online ACLS Trainingin Oregon

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

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Critical care providers should know

Physicians: We are accepted by the OR Board of Medicine because we are accredited by AMA.

Oregon’s administrative rules, 847-008- 0070, states:

Continuing medical competency (education) (b) 60 hours of continuing medical education (CME) per two years relevant to the licensee’s current medical practice, or 30 hours of CME if licensed during the second year of the biennium, as follows: (A) American Medical Association (AMA) category 1;

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Dentists: We are accepted by the OR Board of Dentistry

Oregon’s Board of Dentistry continuing education rule 818-021- 0060 states:

(1) Each dentist must complete 40 hours of continuing education every two years. Continuing education (C.E.) must be directly related to clinical patient care or the practice of dental public health. (3) Continuing education includes: (c) Correspondence courses, videotapes, distance learning courses or similar self-study course, provided that the course includes an examination and the dentist passes the examination. (4) At least three hours of continuing education must be related to medical emergencies in a dental office. No more than four hours of practice management and patient relations may be counted toward the C.E. requirement in any renewal period.

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

Oregon’s Board of Pharmacy continuing education rule 855-021- 0010 states:

(4) CE programs are not required to carry approval of American Council on Pharmaceutical Education (ACPE). Programs presented by providers approved by the American Council on Pharmacy Education (ACPE) are generally accepted, however, the Board reserves the right to determine the number of hours allowed or to disapprove such programs.

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EMS: We are accepted by the OR Department of Health because they only accept AHA or equivalent

Oregon’s administrative rule 333-265- 0110 continuing education requirements for license renewal states:

(1) All licensed EMS providers must maintain current CPR certification as specified in Appendix 1 (CPR certification required for all levels current AHA healthcare provider or equivalent), complete continuing education requirements as specified in sections (4) through (8) of this rule (2) The following standards shall apply to the continuing education requirements identified in Appendix 1 (CPR certification required for all levels current AHA healthcare provider or equivalent), incorporated by reference: (a) Hour for hour credit shall be granted for: (C) Online continuing education that provides a certificate of completion; (4) An EMR is required to: (a) Complete 12 hours of continuing education as specified in Appendix 1 (CPR certification required for all levels current AHA healthcare provider or equivalent) (8) A paramedic is required to: (a) Complete all requirements of the National Registry for Paramedic recertification; or (b) Obtain at least 48 hours of continuing education as specified in Appendix 1 (CPR certification required for all levels current AHA healthcare provider or equivalent)

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Tattoo Artists: We are accepted by the OR Board of Health because we are listed as an approved

CPR — first aid & BBP training provider

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Hospital name Address Location
Rogue Valley Medical Center 2825 East Barnett Road, Medford, OR 97504 Rogue_Valley_Medical_Center
St. Charles Medical Center — Bend 2500 Northeast Neff Road, Bend, OR 97701 St. Charles Medical Center-Bend
Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center 3000 New Bern Avenue, Raleigh, NC 27610 Good_Samaritan_Regional_Medical_Center


“Caregivers must have current certification in first aid and infant and child cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). CPR training must have practical hands-on instruction. CPR courses that involve an online component with hands-on instruction may be accepted. Strictly online CPR training is not acceptable.”

In-person training

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

Portland Community College / 51626 SE Water Ave Rm 114 Portland, OR 97214

Medix Ambulance Service Inc. / 52325 SE Dolphin Ave Warrenton, OR 97146-9570

Legacy Health Systems-Legacy Emanuel Hospital / 5300 N. Graham, B014 Portland, OR 97227

Jefferson County EMS / 5PO Box 265 Madras, OR 97741

5 Medford, OR

Total number of locations: 8.

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.

Brave CPR rescue: whitney the dog defies odds to recover from pool mishap

Andy, Kim Brocchini, and their son, Will, stumbled upon a distressing sight when they discovered their Yorkshire terrier/poodle mix, Whitney, motionless in their pool, amidst the company of four larger dogs. Despite Whitney’s usual swimming prowess, they suspected she was accidentally pushed into the water amid the larger dogs. Will acted swiftly, diving in to rescue her. Initially lifeless, Whitney was revived after Andy, a seasoned EMT/firefighter, performed CPR—a skill he had recently researched for their other dog’s respiratory issue. Rushed to a veterinary clinic and then UC Davis’ animal hospital, Whitney battled lung complications from drowning and CPR, ultimately making a remarkable recovery after intensive care and dedicated attention from the veterinary team. Gradually improving over weeks, Whitney returned home with encouragement to resume normal activities by her devoted owners and the medical team's guidance.

Full Story / September 17, 2023

CPR graduate, two days certified, saves life at local restaurant: Hailed a hero

Landon Strelko, a Somerset County Technology Center CPR graduate, showcased the life-saving power of his recent training. Just two days post-certification, the high school senior leaped into action at Pine Grill, Somerset, aiding a customer in need of CPR. Amidst taking to-go orders, Strelko responded swiftly to a waitress's call for help, administering chest compressions until the ambulance arrived. Despite his modest tone, he received commendation for his composed and decisive response. His parents, awash with pride, credited fate for his timely presence. The County Commissioners hailed him a hero, acknowledging the enduring impact of his actions. Pine Grill's co-owner, Mark Miller, hailed Strelko's intervention, prompting plans for wider CPR training in the community. Witnessing this rescue reinforced the importance of readiness in unexpected emergencies.

Full Story / April 11, 2023

Two good samaritans and canine companions unite to save man's life in critical moment

Guardian angels to Ron Rhodes, as he affectionately calls them, remain at the forefront of his thoughts every day. Last November, on a dark, rainy morning, the 72-year-old was walking his dog when his heart abruptly ceased its beating. He retains no memory of leaving home or that fateful morning, only awakening hours later in a hospital room. The incident, however, is etched vividly in Megan Carpenter's mind. While out with her own dog, Ava, near Beverly Clearly School in Northeast Portland, she witnessed Rhodes' collapse and immediately sprang into action. Carpenter, drawing on her college-learned CPR skills, dialed 911 and initiated chest compressions. Three minutes later, Hilary Bennett joined the effort, sharing the lifesaving duties. The two women sustained their collaborative efforts, alternating as they kept Rhodes alive until medical help arrived four minutes afterward. Fully recovered now, Rhodes credits his survival to their swift and selfless response. He expressed deep gratitude, acknowledging that no amount of money could match the value of their life-saving intervention.

Full Story / May 9, 2022

Hillsboro citizen helps baby

A 5 month old baby was at the brink of death suffering a cardiac event at Hillsboro’s library parking lot, Nathaniel Davis, a job coach working at the site hear the screaming of the child’s mother and quickly rushed to help, he took the mother’s phone and made notice to the EMS services of the maneuver he was about to perform. He began doing Infant CPR waiting for the fire department to arrive to the scene, the girl was mobilized to the nearest hospital for appropriate treatment.

Full Story / August 3, 2016

Manager saves shopper at target

Two Target managers were on shift when they noticed a female shopper on a motorized scooter had collapsed. Brad Dickerson and Austin Snelling jumped into action. Snelling called 911 while Dickerson began CPR. Dickerson also used the help of an AED machine to bring the shopper back to consciousness. She was taken to the hospital by emergency personel who commended the efforts of the managers.

Full Story / March 13, 2016