ACLS, BLS, PALS training & certification for Atlanta Medical Professionals – Poor management and treatment of chronic diseases, especially in emergency situations, can lead to serious health deterioration and even death in Atlanta and the United States as a whole. Not adhering to certain guidelines, even as little as taking a patient’s blood pressure, may result to incorrect blood pressure readings, and the list goes on. This is why getting the BLS, ALCS, and PALS certifications is important.
Getting certified will not just be an addition to your catalog of certifications but will drive you to success. Think of it as not just getting certified but as a means to your career development.
The Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) is a required certification for healthcare professionals(nurses not being exempted) which will qualify you to manage medical emergency cases of heart attack, stroke, cardiopulmonary arrest, immediate post-cardiac arrest, acute dysrhythmia, and related life-threatening clinical conditions. To get certified in ACLS, it is important that the BLS certification has been completed.
This is because the Basic Life Support(BLS) certification is the foundation and a significant part of ACLS. To get BLS certified, you can locate us in Atlanta, and we will provide you with first-hand specialized services as well as teach you the fundamentals of a healthcare provider-level CPR. The unique thing about our class is that we go beyond the lay rescuer level and extend our class to be professional-centered.
Our PALS classes involve real-life pediatric emergency scenarios delivered through a virtual-based platform. It is observed that children and young adults require specific immediate medical attention depending on the uniqueness of their cases, and this is why the BLS, ACLS, and PALS training is important for healthcare professionals and lay rescuers within communities or healthcare facility in Atlanta.
UNDERSTANDING THE URGENCY OF PALS, BLS AND ACLS CERTIFICATION IN ATLANTA THROUGH DATA
The Centers for Disease and Control Prevention report of 2016 reveals that Diabetes is the seventh leading cause of death in the United States and is a prevalent chronic disease even till date, not exempting Atlanta from the statistics. Supporting evidence is the record of 79,535 death certificates( 24.7 per 100,000 persons) that reveals Diabetes as the cause of death. The Commonwealth Fund rankings of state health system performance confirm that Georgia Atlanta fell from 35th to 45th between 2007 and 2012, which shows the need for improvements in training healthcare professionals, particularly in the delivery of high-quality resuscitation.
The National statistics of residents(male and female gender) under age 75 living with cardiovascular disease and residing in Atlanta were 139.6 Black(Non-Hispanic), 76.1 White(Non -Hispanic), 54.5 Hispanic; 92.5 American Indian and Alaskan Native and 39.7 Asian and Pacific Islander respectively. The aforementioned report is a 2014-2016 snapshot of the cardiovascular disease death rate per 100,000 residents in Georgia, Atlanta. https://www.cdc.gov/diabetes/pdfs/data/statistics/national-diabetes-statistics-report.pdf
Our ACLS, BLS, and PALS certification is acceptable within Atlanta’s Medical Professional body and we recurrently update our training materials to be congruent to the guidelines of the American Heart Association, the American Red Cross and the American College of Cardiology. Need to get re-certified or retain the knowledge you have gained,we guarantee accessible and suitable online refreshers on ACLS, BLS, AND PALS Medical Training at reasonable prices.