AHA ACLS

Nowadays, you have many choices to receive your AHA ACLS certification.

At NEO, we call this “The Hamburger Stand Phenomenon.” That is to say there is a “Hamburger Stand” or training site on every corner. As a matter of fact, 20 years ago healthcare providers had only a few choices for ACLS courses in Southern California. In addition, many healthcare professionals dreaded attending an ACLS course. Indeed, the continual evolution of ACLS grounded on scientific evidence of variable strength can be stressful for most individuals. Even more so, those that don’t utilize Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support in their practice or clinical setting may find ACLS dreadful and taxing.

For these reasons, Nurses Educational Opportunities set out to change the playing field for the purpose of providing a stress-free environment, not to mention, enjoyable courses. Hence, a new face of ACLS began, and as a result California entrepreneurs took notice. Consequently, Healthcare Education Training Sites popped up everywhere. Yet, Nurses Educational Opportunities continues to survive in spite of the “Hamburger Stand” phenomenon. To this day, NEO’s team continues to work hard every day, not only to create material that facilitates difficult information; but also, to provide students with enormous support and compassionate customer service.

Additionally, the Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) course is designed for healthcare providers who direct or participate in the management of cardiopulmonary resuscitation; coupled with the treatment of Acute Coronary Syndromes plus Stroke. Moreover, this course incorporates didactic instruction, including student participation in simulated case scenarios. Given these points, the goal of the ACLS course is to improve the quality of care provided to the adult victim of cardiac arrest plus other cardiopulmonary emergencies. Last but not least, All ACLS courses are approved by the American Heart Association and are taught in accordance with the most current AHA guidelines.

ACLS Update

Course Price: $160.00

Save $5.00 on your BLS add-on

Required: 2015 ACLS Provider Manual

Awarded 6.5 CEH's

Required: Pre-Course Self-Assessment

Click here to access the Pre-Course Self-Assessment

Enter the code acls15

You must pass with a score of 70% or higher

Additionally, you can take the pre-assessment an unlimited number of times

Most importantly, your progress is NOT saved, therefore you must print out your results immediately.

Lastly, you must bring a copy or photo of your Certificate of Completion

ACLS Update Orange County Schedule

ACLS Update San Diego Schedule

ACLS Initial

Course Price: $190.00

Save $5.00 on your BLS add-on

Required: 2015 ACLS Provider Manual

Awarded 12.5 CEH's

Required: Pre-Course Self-Assessment

Click here to access the Pre-Course Self-Assessment

Enter the code acls15

You must pass with a score of 70% or higher

Additionally, you can take the pre-assessment an unlimited number of times

Most importantly, your progress is NOT saved, therefore you must print out your results immediately.

Lastly, you must bring a copy or photo of your Certificate of Completion

ACLS Initial Orange County Schedule

ACLS Initial San Diego Schedule

ACLS HeartCode

Part 1 Online Course $132.00

Click here to access the Part 1 ACLS Online Course

Must bring a copy of your ACLS Part 1 Certificate of Completion

Part 2 Hands-On Skills $105.00

Call to Schedule an Appointment

NEO accommodates a Skills Session according to your schedule.

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