Summit Medical in Truckee at the top of the class
December 23, 2009
Summit Medical Training Solutions in Truckee, offers C.P.R., First Aid, Wilderness, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support and Advanced Trauma courses throughout California, Nevada and the Western United States.
The courses are scheduled on the clientand#8217;s time frame and at their facilities. Summit is an accredited American Heart Association Training Site, owned and operated by Molly Turner and Scott Kesler, longtime Truckee residents.
Summit is a full-service provider of national, state and locally required medical certification classes for healthcare providers and private citizens. They will offer medical facilities, fire departments, private EMS agencies, individual medical professionals and non-professionals with the most current medical certification courses and continuing education available.
In addition to providing courses for necessary licensure and certification, Summit will maintain a comprehensive database with cumulative records of classes. Course participants or their designated employer contacts will be formally notified and informed of upcoming expiration dates in accordance with the licenses they hold. Registration for classes will be open to individuals by availability and to larger entities on a contractual basis.
Services are geared toward civil service agencies, schools, or corporations that require their employees to be certified in CPR and First Aid. Summit aims to provide customized certification packages in First Aid, AED, and CPR for the non-medical professionals employed by these entities.
Summit provides healthcare workers the ability to address their specific education requirements. This includes pre-hospital and hospital-based medical personnel, with courses in CPR, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, and Pediatric Advanced Life Support to fulfill the job requirements, as well as maintaining their state and/or national licensures.
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Call (530) 214-8891 or visit Summitmedicaltraining.com.
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