Keep current with the latest in emergency response
Being ready to handle a medical emergency requires practice. Keep your certification and your skills current.
Taking the AHA's Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) Recertification course gives you the following advantages:
- Highly-focused training – Get emergency response training that is designed by dentists for a dental office setting
- Essential emergency preparation – Learn vital medical knowledge and applications to save a patient's life
- Peace of mind – Create an emergency medical plan for your office, and rest easy knowing that you're prepared
- Hands-on training – Receive practical training to handle common emergency scenarios
Gain Practical Experience that Supports Your Knowledge
The AHA's Recertification course provides updated information on procedures and advances in emergency response while meeting your recertification needs. Our hands-on course is specifically designed for dental offices, which means we'll focus on how to handle a crisis using the staff and equipment you have on hand.
You'll also review the critical skills needed to respond to respiratory failure, airway obstruction, cardiac problems, and anaphylaxis. Using patient simulators, you'll get practical experience that can prepare you for a real-life emergency.
ACLS instructors are AHA certified and trained emergency professionals.
Now as an added bonus, you'll get access to the MASTER THE NEW ADA ANTIBIOTIC GUIDELINES free with your registration.
The redesigned structure of these courses meets and exceeds CDC requirements, and include:
- Temperature checks on faculty/attendees taken prior to class
- Gloves and KN95 & surgical masks provided for all doctors (Note: participants should bring their personalized face shields.)
- Disinfecting of any shared surfaces or equipment
- Hand sanitization stations
Upon completion of this course, you will meet the following objectives:
Successful passing of the final AHA ACLS Provider exam*
Emergency response training that is designed for a dental office setting
Learn vital medical knowledge and applications to save a patient’s life
Create a crisis management plan that uses equipment commonly found in dental offices
Receive practical training to handle common emergency scenarios
Review the critical skills needed to respond to respiratory failure, airway obstruction, cardiac problems, and anaphylaxis
Taught by AHA certified instructors
Use high-fidelity patient simulators to get practical experience for real-life emergencies
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"I brought some of the team with me, including two hygienists and our assistant manager—all of whom are extremely reluctant to try new things. I sat at lunch today listening with amazement as they told me what we need to do to implement this in our practice! Your enthusiasm is infectious, and I will be sending the rest of the team to this course!" - Karen Harriman, DDS DOCS Education considers the dental team a vital part of good patient care and urges every dentist to bring at least one staff member to courses. States differ in their sedation regulations. Visit SedationRegulations.com to learn more.
(Hours - AGD Code - Definition)
7.5 - 142 Emergency Training/CPR
TOTAL: 7.5 hours (participation)