The American Health Care Academy (AHCA) is proud to announce the launch of their new website. The site will serve as a portal for healthcare workers looking to renew or obtain online cpr certification. The goal of the redesign is to make it easier than ever for users to find essential information and to obtain the CPR or first aid certification they need.
Beginning in February 2021, a complete course – and the corresponding certification – can now be accessed for $13.95. The course can be completed entirely online and typically takes about 1-3 hours to finish. Additional courses include CPR/AED plus First Aid, Healthcare CPR/AED plus First Aid, Bloodborne Pathogens, and others can also be accessed from the site’s easy-to-navigate homepage.
With the need for social distancing, especially in the medical community, the demand for online CPR and AED certification options has considerably risen this year.
AHCA had several goals when designing the new website. In addition to improving the user interface (UI), the team also wanted to make the site more navigable and make it easier for users to find answers to whatever questions they have about AHCA’s courses. From the homepage, users can quickly find supporting information and resources.
“The mission of American Health Care Academy is to promote, preserve, and improve health and Good Samaritan well-being of individuals and communities by offering professional, updated, and high-quality online health training.” The company claims, noting that almost 300,000 Americans die of cardiac arrest every year.
Certification from the American Health Care Academy, like most comparable organizations, lasts for two years. Because CPR and AED certifications both need to be renewed so often, it is estimated that millions of people will need to complete these important courses before the end of the year. Currently, there are more than 18 million people working in the healthcare industry in the United States.
For more information, visit the American Health Care Academy website.