I have finally found a facility I will consistently use for all my AHA certifications. All of the staff were so nice! Joey was the instructor for the class and he was awesome. He was knowledgeable and patient. I have learned ECG many times but he was able to put it into simple terms making it easy to follow along. Overall 5/5 for this facility, their staff & content of theRead more “”
Took my ECG & Pharmacology class here and it was AMAZING! I learned so much in such a short amount of time compared to months of sitting in nursing school via zoom. Ray is definitely knowledgeable at what he teaches and makes it easy for people to remember certain things. Would definitely come back hereRead more “”
I’ve done BLS/CPR and now ECG & PHARMACOLOGY with them now. They are so professional but they also make the classes fun and enjoyable. They explain everything clearly and make it easy to understand. Would definitely recommend them to anyone trying to gain medical knowledge or get further in their medicalRead more “”
I spent 15 years as a firefighter and paramedic, and reading an EKG does not have to be intimidating…As a medical student, I always wished I had a better understanding of EKGs. I knew how important proper interpretation is, but it was confusing to those of us who hadn’t been taught how. Quick and correct EKG readings can be the difference between life and death. That’s why we decided to create simple, effective ECG training that gives medical professionals skills and confidence in EKG and Pharmacology.
Zack Zarrilli, Founder
Healthcare professionals can complete the ECG and Pharmacology certification course to learn more about heart anatomy, correct ECG use, and cardiac-related drugs.
Individuals who are trained in ECG and Pharmacology have a strong understanding of cardiac emergencies and are able to successfully use an ECG.
Our ECG completion certificate does not expire, but we recommend taking an updated course every 2 years.
Any medical professional who regularly reads ECGs or responds to cardiac emergencies should complete an ECG and Pharmacology course.
We will be launching an ECG online course soon. Visit this page for more information and sign up for updates.