ACLS (Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support) Certified

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Would be a great time to keep up with those certifications - please consider doing this. (I suggest OSHA /CLIA refresher courses too)
In our Urgent Care, we will provide BLS until EMS arrives to take over care of the patient.
We do not have crash carts in our urgent care clinic. Our physicians feel that if can't run a code due to lack of crash cart , there is no need for ACLS certification.
We require all providers to be ACLS certified (our standard). It would be a benefit and convenient if UCAOA provided this service and would also recommend they provide an om-line certification for members as a discounted membership benefit.
We require ACLS certification, and we have a full-stocked crash cart. We require it because it makes a difference. Between our 9 centers, we usually have 1 code a year. We have a pretty good survival rate.
I get certification through our hospital.
UCAOA charges out of the norm for everything they offer. I can get all of our providers certified locally at a fraction of what I would think the association would charge. Another example of the outrageous cost is the Benchmark results
I am director of an Urgent Care (now designated Fast-Track) within and contiguous with a major academic medical center Dept. of Emergency Medicine. We are not expected to do any resucitations as our main ED has both faculty and residenst who do this. I do believe the training has merits for providers for fund of knowledge and recognition of life-threatening conditions. So pros and cons.
Get this course through emloyer
Paramedic response time very quick here!
Call 911 for a code.
We require ACLS due to the acuity of patients that present to our clinic.

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