Health training/Consulting provides a complete, turn-key Public Access Defibrillation package for schools, sports facilities, catering establishments, and private businesses. Our clients include school districts, colleges, sporting arenas such as the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum and the Garden City Country Club, catering establishments such as Oheka Castle, and private businesses such as the American Heart Association's Long Island Regional office.|
Site Review and Evaluation
We conduct an on-site evaluation of all buildings involved in the AED program. This allows us to recommend the ideal number and locations of the AED/s unique to your situation, in order to minimize the time in which defibrillation can be provided.
Our instructors come to your facility and provide the 4-hour American Heart Association Heartsaver AED course. Immediately after the completion of this course, your personnel are prepared and authorized to provide automated defibrillation in your system under the auspices of the Medical Director's license.
We provide the New York State-mandated Medical Direction for your AED program by a board-certified physician who is recognized as a national leader in Automated External Defibrillation. Medical Direction includes oversight of all aspects of education and training, an ongoing Quality Assurance program, and protocol management.
Health Training/Consulting completes, files, and maintains all of the documents required by both state and regional agencies.
Every time that your AED is used, we retrieve the data from the AED, print out the event data, and submit the required documentation to the Regional EMS Council. We then provide an on-site review and debriefing of the event for all involved personnel.
We are available 24-hours a day to answer all of your concerns concerning your PAD program, or any issues pertaining to emergency medical care in your institution.
| Health Training/Consulting provides the American Heart Association Advanced Cardiac Life Support course. Our faculty includes instructors that have gained Regional and National level recognition in teaching the curriculum. Our instructors have over twenty years of experience in ACLS instruction both at the instructor and Medical Director level.|
The ACLS course enables the participant to gain expertise in managing the cardiac arrest victim, as well as in stabilizing the patient at risk for cardiac arrest. All aspects of advanced cardiac care are covered, including management of cardiac arrhythmias, electrical therapy using manual and automated defibrillators, advanced airway management techniques, and ACLS pharmacology.
Training at Your Facility
All of our courses can be brought to your facility. From manikins, to defibrillators, to our state-of-the-art multimedia audiovisual equipment, Health Training/Consulting brings ACLS training to you.
|Health Training/Consulting also provides the American Heart Association Pediatric Advanced Life Support course. Our instructors have received rave reviews from former students for their ability to impart the material in a stress-free and fun-filled environment.|
The PALS course provides the participant with the knowledge and skills necessary to manage a pediatric cardiac arrest. In addition, the course fully prepares each student to recognize the critical warning signs of a child at risk for developing cardiac arrest early enough for it to be avoided. The material covered includes fluid resuscitation for the treatment of shock, advanced airway management for the treatment of respiratory failure, the management of cardiac arrhythmias, and PALS pharmacology.
Training at Your Facility
Just like our ACLS course, our complete PALS course can be brought to your facility. All you need to provide are the students!
|Health Training/Consulting provides all of the various forms of basic life support training, ranging from CPR for Family and Friends, which is a brief course aimed at providing the minimum amount of knowledge and skills needed for a lay person to perform one-person adult CPR, to CPR for the Healthcare Provider, which is aimed at the health care professional who needs an in-depth knowledge of pediatric and adult CPR.|
Relatively new to the BLS curriculum is the Heartsaver/AED course, which is taught as part of our Public Access Defibrillation program. This is a 4-hour course which teaches the lay person to perform one-person CPR, how to treat a choking victim, and how to use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED).
In order to use an AED in New York State, article 30 of the New York State Public Health Law requires that the provider must be part of a recognized Public Access Defibrillation program, operating under the Medical Direction of an authorized supervising physician. For more information on PAD programs, see the section on Public Access Defibrillation, above.