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Now Serving All of Wisconsin!

Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)

ACLS Certification Classes

Advanced Cardiac Life Support courses are meant for healthcare professionals who are involved in patient management of cardiovascular arrest and emergencies. This includes doctors, nurses, and EMS personnel (primarily but not limited to Paramedics) seeking initial training in Milwaukee or ACLS recertification. The course involves the use of algorithms for pre and post-cardiac arrest management including airway management and pharmacology. More specifically:

Recent AHA ACLS Certification Class Changes:Advanced Cardiac Life Support

  • A review of BLS skills such as bag-valve masks and AED’s
  • Recognizing and treating respiratory and cardiac arrest, symptomatic and non-symptomatic bradycardia/tachycardia
  • Pharmacology
  • Stroke and acute coronary syndrome (ACS) management
  • Team dynamics

ACLS Recertification in Wisconsin

ACLS renewal classes must be taken every 2 years to maintain active ACLS certification.  Call our expert ACLS training instructors for more information on ACLS recertification and details on which Milwaukee CPR classes for healthcare professionals suit your personal medical career goals.

View scheduled Milwaukee ACLS class availablity or call 414-282-4532 for CPR class information.

Milwaukee ACLS classes can range from 1 to 8 students, per instructor present.  Healthline will travel throughout WI, including Racine and Waukesha, for Wisconsin ACLS training, but travel expenses will be included in the total class cost. 

Healthline First Aid is proud to teach the most convenient training in ACLS Milwaukee offers. Call us today to set up your course.

Contact our Milwaukee ACLS Training instructors to protect your loves ones with a Wisconsin CPR certification today: 414-282-4532.

ACLS Experienced Provider Courses

Contact us if you're looking for group ACLS EP Classes (fire departments, healthcare facilities, etc).

View our Course Calendar for more information about scheduled ACLS Certification Classes in Milwaukee. On site courses for groups 5 or more are available:
Counties Cities
Winnebago New Berlin West Bend
Dane Rock Milwaukee Brookfield
Waukesha Washington Madison West Allis
Brown Sheboygan Green Bay
Kenosha Walworth Racine Beloit
Racine Fond Du Lac
Kenosha Franklin
Ozaukee Dodge Oshkosh Oak Creek
Jefferson Calumet Janesville
Other locations please contact our Milwaukee ACLS training instructors to inquire.

Proudly Serving:
All of Wisconsin

Milwaukee CPR

From Our Training Site in Milwaukee

Why the change?

The AHA states that in the A-B-C sequence, chest compressions are often delayed while opening the airway, retrieving a barrier device, or gathering equipment. By changing the CPR sequence, chest compressions will be initiated sooner with a minimal delay in ventilations.