Who we are
We first opened our doors in 1994 in Central Florida, and have grown to become a company recognized throughout the state of Florida as a pioneer in continuing education for medical professionals of all levels, from EMTs to medical doctors.
We offer premiere instruction for organizations as well as individuals in a wide variety of specialties, from Standard First Aid Courses to Neonatal Resuscitation to Flight Physiology.
What we do
We teach BLS, NRP, PALS, ACLS, ITLS, and Standard First Aid to name a few. All our classes are offered "stress-free", and are approved through their respective course sponsors.
We also have over 20 courses available completely online. When you have successfully completed an online program, you receive and can print your certificate immediately upon completion. No more waiting for your certificate to arrive in the mail! Contact hours (CEUs) for online courses given through the Florida Board of Nursing. For more information, please use our online courses menu.
Bookstore Featured Items
With over 136 items in our bookstore, we have everything you need to get or renew your professional medical certification(s). To browse all of our items, click here to browse our entire bookstore. Some of the items we feature include:
Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Poster Set
This complete poster pack includes all of the full-color posters that describe and illustrate key algorithms from the Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) course. Useful during the course and as quick-reference tools in many healthcare settings. Based on the 2015 American Heart Association Guidelines for CPR and ECC. One copy each of 10 full-color posters, printed on durable matte paper, 22" x 34"
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AMLS Provider Manual 1E
Going above and beyond the new DOT curriculum, this book offers a high level -- yet practical -- approach to the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of the full range of adult medical emergencies. Each well-illustrated chapter discusses realistic methods that a seasoned EMS practitioner would use -- moving from assessment-based procedures with initial management of the threats, to field diagnosis and management of treatable underlying causes. Includes real-world case studies. Assumes a familiarity with anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology, and an overall understanding of the nature of medical emergencies. Assessment of the Medical Patient. Airway Management, Ventilation, and Oxygenation Therapy. IV Access and Medication Administration. Hypoperfusion (Shock). Dyspnea. Chest Pain. Altered Mental Status. Acute Abdominal Pain. Gastrointestinal Bleeding. Seizures and Seizure Disorders. Syncope. Headache, Nausea, and Vomiting. Case Studies.
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