Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) classes are now available at Reston Hospital Center in Northern Virginia. All medical professionals and medical students, including nurses, doctors, parmedics, dentists, therapists, and others are eligible to attend PALS classes. You do not have to be employed by the hospital to register.
ACCREDITED TRAINING SITE & EXPERIENCED INSTRUCTORS
Your PALS class instructors are highly experienced ER and Trauma nurses from local hospitals and ERs. Each instructor is certified by the American Heart Associationand provided by The Heart Center, a nationally accredited AHA training site.
ABOUT RESTON HOSPITAL CENTER, FAIRFAX COUNTY, VA
Reston Hospital Center is an expanding, full-service medical/surgical hospital that has served Virginia residents of western Fairfax and eastern Loudon counties since 1986. The hospital, which provides 24-hour emergency care as part of its full range of medical services, is conveniently located within Reston’s vibrant Town Center.
PALS CERTIFICATION CARDS
Certification cards are normally presented immediately after successful completion of the course. RHC students who do not receive cards can collect them from Ellen Chenoweth in Education. Non-RHC students will have their cards mailed to them.
EMPLOYEE DISCOUNT FOR RESTON HOSPITAL CENTER STAFF You are eligible for a class discount if you’re a Reston Hospital Center employee or staff member.
ENTER THIS PROMO CODE WHEN REGISTERING: RHC2013
Please pay attention to the important note below: Important: To activate your discount you must enter the promo code and your 3/4 ID when you register. If you are employed at Reston Hospital Center, you may use this promo code for any of The Heart Center’s classes, including PALS, PEARS, and ACLS. You also may use this code at any of The Heart Center class locations throughout Virginia and Maryland.
LOOKING FOR ACLS CLASSES OR PEARS TRAINING AT RHC?
If you work or reside in Fairfax or eastern Loudon County, please note The Heart Center now offers ACLS training and PEARS training at our Reston Hospital Center classroom.