September is the last month for AHA May Expirations to take Renewal Classes!

We are here to help!

If you are due now and don’t find a class that meets your schedule, or one that would work for you is full, please email us at eccdept@hillcrest.com to see if we may assist you. Our calendar is updated weekly with new and expanded classes, so check back here periodically if you are planning a couple of months ahead of time.

Important Notes 7/9/2020:

  • You will need to show your expired/expiring AHA card for all renewal classes.
  • First-time students/providers or those who lapsed prior to March 2020 will need to take the full provider classes, not renewals.
  • The American Heart Association provided 120-day extensions for BLS/ACLS/PALS cards that expired March-June 2020. If yours fell within that timeframe, you can either use up to the 120 days or enroll on a first come, first served basis now. We advise that you not wait too long into your 120 days.
  • Ardent employees with July AHA expirations were given an in-house extension of 120 days, but we ask that you enroll well before and understand your manager may require an earlier date.
  • All expirations from August forward will be expected to renew in their originally assigned months.

 

  • BLS - Renewal
  • Quality HCAHPS
    Patient Experience (PX) Simulation Lab
  • Open Heart
  • Preceptor
  • Intermediate FHMPP
  • ABLS
  • 12-Lead ECG Interpretation
  • TNCC Provider
  • Moderate Sedation
  • NRP
  • ENPC Provider
  • Diabetes Update
  • ACLS BLS Renewal
  • BLS - Full Course
  • CRRT
  • Basic Cardiac Dysrhythmias
  • Chemotherapy & Biotherapy
  • Advanced FHMPP
  • PALS Provider Renewal
    PALS Renewal
  • ACLS Full Provider
  • CPR for Family and Friends
  • Heartsaver
  • Heartsaver CPR & AED
    Heartsaver CPR & AED
  • PALS Full Provider