Emergency Medical Consultants Inc. offers a variety of certification programs, including ACLS, BLS, ITLS and more!
EMC provides quality medical training programs and is nationally accredited and OSHA Programs. EMC has been a CEU provider since 1988 and prides itself in providing high-quality educational programs year-round.
UPCOMING EMC CLASSES AT EMLRC
April 28-29, 2017
May 19-20, 2017
June 2-3, 2017
April 24, 2017
May 8, 2017
June 13, 2017
June 20-21, 2017
June 27-28, 2017
Designed for healthcare professionals with a basic EKG knowledge, our ACLS program creates a stress-free approach to dealing with cardiovascular emergencies. We cover it all, from oxygenation and airway management to AMI recognition and the nationally recognized cardiac arrest algorithms.
The best place to earn your AHA certification for BLS/CPR, we offer a low price solution and allow stress environment for mastering these essential skills. For experienced providers, BLS may be taken after an ACLS or PALS course.
This course is designed for those familiar with the basic concept of airway management. Through the use of video, slides, case reviews, and hands-on skills labs, participants will review the anatomy of the airway and the physiology of adequate ventilations followed by skills labs in basic and advanced procedures. This skills-intensive day will leave you with many “tricks of the trade”, and feeling more confident in recognizing the airway anatomy, providing care and recognizing which patients may or may not be candidates for various procedures.
This intensive two-day course is designed to give the emergency nurse, paramedic, or physician the knowledge and skills necessary to rapidly perform the initial evaluation and stabilization of the trauma patient according to nationally recognized standards. This is a demanding course that requires participants to be familiar with the material in the ITLS book prior to the class.
Our PALS Program is designed to emphasize early recognition and management of potentially life threatening situations in the pediatric patient rather than merely “running code”. Through the use of stress free case based scenarios and interactive skills stations, participants will receive instruction in the recognition and management of respiratory failure and shock, basic life support and airway management, rhythm disturbances, vascular access, trauma, and managing cardiopulmonary arrest in the infant and child.