PALS is a nationally recognized training and certification program developed under the auspices of the American Heart Association and the American Academy of Pediatrics. The purpose of this course is to give healthcare providers the opportunity to learn about the resuscitation, emergency care and stabilization of critically ill infant and children. This course differs from others in its emphasis on hands-on experience in several emergency techniques.
Thursday, February 6, 2014
Bronson Gilmore Center for Health Education, Classrooms 4A & 4B
7 Healthcare Plaza
Kalamazoo, MI 49007
Please return registration form to Bronson Education Services, Box 44 or fax to 269 341-6833. Enclose a copy of your current BLS card and
ACLS or PALS card (for respective courses). All checks can be made payable to Bronson Methodist Hospital
Participants with incomplete registration forms or failure to send pre-requisites will not be enrolled into courses until all information has been received.
If you do not receive confirmation within 2 weeks, or have questions, please contact Bronson Life Support at 269 341-8934 or Connie Cook at 269 929-0586.
Continuing Medical Education Credits:
Nurses/Physicians: 11 Credits
Paramedics: 4-5 Credits