If you are having a medical emergency, please dial 911 or seek care at the Gritman Medical Center Emergency Department.
The Advanced Life Support (ALS) class from the American Red Cross has been designed specifically for healthcare providers and first responders – and offers ways to help streamline your training, improve your skill retention and help you better serve your patients.
Our innovative Blended Learning program, which combines online coursework with an in-person skills session – so you can take them when and where you like – and on the device that suits you best. Throughout the course, our interactive scenarios will help you understand the science behind ALS and the finer points of providing care, and improve your clinical decision-making skills. With the online class complete, and after passing your final written exam, you’ll attend an in-person skills session to demonstrate your ALS skills. After passing both sections of the course, you’ll receive a two-year ALS certificate.
Once enrolled in the course through Gritman’s HealthStream Learning Center, students can access the self-paced course anytime from any computer. Once a student has finished the online HealthStream portion of the course, which may take ten hours for ACLS, they must schedule a time with Gritman’s Education Department to complete a hands-on skills check off on voice assisted computerized manikins. Skills check off for ACLS takes less than 30 minutes. Checkoffs are scheduled individually during normal business hours.
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