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
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
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:
NRP Wall Chart
Quick, one-stop guide to neonatal resuscitation steps. Includes critical dosing decisions. Now twice as large for easier reference.Click to Hide Details
PEARS (Pediatric Emergency Assessment, Recognition & Stabilization Provider Manual
The required student text for the PEARS course. Includes student CD and pocket Reference card. Click to Hide Details
PHTLS Provider Manual 9th Edition
In the field, seconds count. PHTLS: Prehospital Trauma Life Support teaches and reinforces the principles of rapidly assessing a trauma patient using an orderly approach, immediately treating life-threatening problems as they are identified, and minimizing any delays in initiating transport to an appropriate destination. Developed by the National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians (NAEMT) in cooperation with the American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma (ASC-COT), PHTLS, Ninth Edition reflects current, evidence-based knowledge and practice, and promotes critical-thinking as the foundation for providing quality care.
Rapidly assessing a trauma patient to identify life-saving care is at the heart of the ninth edition of PHTLS. It takes 2 minutes or less for a patient to exsanguinate. No other intervention prehospital care providers perform is more important than stopping that level of bleeding in trauma patients. To reflect this, PHTLS, Ninth Edition utilizes the XABCDE patient assessment mnemonic to place exsanguinating hemorrhage at the forefront of every patient encounter. The importance of XABCDE (eXsanguinating hemorrhage, airway, breathing, circulation, disability, and expose/environment) is reinforced in every clinical chapter.
PHTLS, Ninth Edition features:
- Current information on fluid resuscitation and spinal immobilization from evidence-based research and experienced prehospital care providers who apply the principles and practices of PHTLS in the field
- Updated patient management techniques, including tourniquet placement, needle decompression sites, the use of pelvic binders, pediatric fluid resuscitation, and pediatric airway management
- Emphasis on preventable injuries, from distracted driving to falls in older adults to intimate partner violence
- Focus on civilian tactical threats and response, from vehicles as weapons of mass destruction to a new remote assessment methodology flowchart
Dynamic Program Components
The PHTLS, Ninth Edition main textbook is the definitive trauma care resource that details the medical evidence behind the recommended principles and practices of the PHTLS course. As the next step in the evolution of the PHTLS program, the main textbook will be accompanied by the new PHTLS course manual, which reinforces and clarifies key concepts from the course; features an engaging, interactive design; and is written so you feel like you are participating in a conversation, versus listening to a lecture.
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