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Atlanta CPR Training For the Healthcare Professionals

Authorized Provider of CPR and ECC Classes

We are an American Heart Association authorized training center that specializes in ACLS and PALS Training. All certifications are good for two years through the American Heart Association.

Not only does Atlanta Heart provide training for medical professionals, we also are Atlanta’s best solution for on-site corporate training. From a small local doctors office of six to the mass major hospital training of hundreds, Atlanta Heart has the experience and the equipment to handle it all.


What Atlanta Heart Does

We Are An Authorized Training Center

Atlanta ACLS training is our specialty. Serving Atlanta in ACLS and PALS training for over 15 years gives us the experience needed to handle your training needs. Whether you are new student needing a initial ALCS course or just need a ACLS renewal course , we can help.

At Atlanta Heart, you will find instructors that are dedicated to giving you the skills and confidence you'll need to make decisions and take action in an emergency situation. We also offer ACLS and PALS training in the following cities: Acworth, Austell, Alpharetta, Marietta, Smyrna, Kennesaw, Canton, Woodstock, Cumming, Peachtree City, Griffin, and Newnan.

Why Choose Atlanta Heart?

We Are An Authorized Training Center

At Atlanta Heart you will find the best American Heart Association certified instructors in the area. ACLS and PALS in Atlanta can not be any more easy and stress free that with Atlanta Heart. With small class sizes your are guaranteed to get the ACLS and PALS training you need. Atlanta Heart offers in our classes

  • Over 15 year of serving our community
  • Personable and Proficient instructors
  • Same-day certifications
  • Local Atlanta ACLS and PALS classes


CPR is a practical skill and needs professional instruction followed by regular practice on a resuscitation mannequin to gain and maintain full competence.


CPR training is not confined to the medical professionals. To be effective, CPR must be applied immediately after a patient's heart has stopped. Early CPR on the scene of an incident is essential to the prevention of brain damage during a cardiac arrest. Blood flow and air supply to the brain and other major organs is maintained until a defibrillator and professional medical help arrives. Almost anyone is able to perform CPR with training, and health organizations advocate the development of CPR skills throughout the general public.