If you are a St. Louis health care provider you are required to have cpr certification by the American Heart Association (AHAA) in Basic Life Support or BLS. Sometimes this is also known as BCLS. This includes nurses and doctors, but also dentists and dental hygienists. Anyone who is in patient contact must be aha cpr certified. In addition, firefighters and paramedics must also be cpr certified every two years.
Often is is difficult to find a hands-on CPR class in the St. Louis area that is American Heart Association approved. Although certain colleges in the area offer classes, it is not uncommon for nursing students that need bls cpr certification find it difficult to find a class that fits their schedule. ACLS-BLS St. Louis recertification center recently moved to a new location. They offer classes on a regular basis that makes it easy for anyone who needs certification to schedule a course. They have a hands-on, stress free approach to cpr (bls and acls classes).
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