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American Health Care Academy Receives PIM Certification

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American Health Care Academy Receives PIM Certification

September 18
17:42 2020

The CPR AED Course, a course provided by the American Health Care Academy (AHCA), is proud to announce the addition of yet another accreditation. The accreditation, which comes from the Postgraduate Institution (PIM), helps increase the strength of the CPR AED Certification and will also likely increase the number of medical employers currently accepting online certifications.

The PIM has a well-established reputation for identifying and working with certification providers, including the American Health Care Academy. The partnerships are often mutually beneficial; according to the company, “Our team of leading medical educators have a proven track record of leveraging their expertise and strategic healthcare provider alliances to help our partners grow their organizations and maximize the impact of their educational programming.”

CPR AED courses are extremely important for many medical professionals, who will likely be expected to renew these certifications at least once every two years. In an era where social distance and reliable certifying procedures are both industry necessities, the need for online certification options has become even more essential.

Most medical employers already accept certifications that were either partially or entirely obtained online. But approval from the PIM will help solidify the legitimacy of the American Health Care Academy’s courses even further.

Completing a CPR AED course online is something that many medical professionals have found to be remarkably simple. Upon completing the 1-3 hour course and passing the exam, the user will then be prompted to pay and will receive immediate proof of completion. AHCA also offers direct support, enabling its users to quickly address any problems.

The American Heart Association (AHA) estimates that CPR is responsible for saving about 200,000 lives per year. But due to changing demographics and the unique challenges of more people living at home, this figure might be even higher by the end of 2020. Not only are nurses, emergency room physicians, and other medical professionals finding themselves needing formal CPR training—ordinary people that are caring for loved ones have begun taking these courses, too.

“American Health Care Academy provides training for CPR certification online, AED Training and Standard First Aid for [both] lay-responders and Healthcare Providers.” By providing accredited, quality, and accessible courses online, the AHCA has helped create live-saving outcomes.

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