Emergency Medical Consultants, Inc. has been a leader in providing quality, relevant, professional continuing education programs in a fun, relaxed, interactive atmosphere across the country.

Since 1988, Emergency Medical Consultants, Inc. has been providing quality, No Stress, continuing education for the Medical Professional, Industry, and General Public.

We are a training center for the American Heart Association, the American Safety and Health Institute and the Emergency Care and Safety Institute. 

Our programs are designed to meet National criteria for license renewal for most professional organizations.

Our CPR, First Aid, ACLS, PALS, ITLS, PHTLS, AMLS, IV, AED, Advanced Airway and other professional programs promise to be some of the best you've ever attended. Our custom programs are nationally recognized for having some of the best authors and speakers available  nationwide!

We provide the majority of our training in South Florida and the Treasure Coast, from Miami-Dade through Brevard counties as well as the Orlando area.  Though based in Florida, we provide programs throughout the country and will bring any program to your site or conference anywhere in the world.

We train over 20,000 health care professionals each year!  Come to us or we'll come to you in a relaxed, stress free, fun atmosphere.

We provide programs to Hallandale and Hollywood, Miami and Aventura. We take care of clients in Sebastian, Vero Beach, Fort Pierce, Port Saint Lucie and Stuart. If you’re in Broward County look for us in the Ft. Lauderdale area. For Palm Beach County classes we’re in Boca Raton, Delray Beach, West Palm Beach, Jupiter and North Palm to name a few.

Success in ACLS By: Shaun Fix

Success ACLSSuccess! in ACLS Tips and Tricks for Passing ACLS was created to help students pass the ACLS course.  This study guide emphasizes the practical, hands-on application of ACLS that will help students better prepare for their exam. To aid student understanding of the material, the authors highlight mandatory areas of ACLS with an emphasis on “keeping it simple” and providing “need to know” information.The guide includes assessment and treatment skills sections as well as a discussion on pharmacology and various cardiac conditions. Plenty of practice questions help to reinforce student learning.

 - Brady Prentice Hall - The Publisher has not updated this book to the 2010 guidelines yet.

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The latest guidelines were published October 15, 2015. There will be an implementation coinciding with the availability of texts and training material from the AHA. We will be providing updates to our faculty and training sites as well as literature to students taking current programs. Visit for more information.


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