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Our Mission

A.C.T.N.T. Healthcare Services is a provider of healthcare education and products. In business since 1995, we have provided up to date education and products to thousands of customers throughout the United States and internationally. Our mission is simple… provide quality education and products to every level of healthcare provider, including pre-hospital, hospital, physician office, surgery center, rehabilitation hospitals, long term care, the lay rescuer, and many others.

Where did “A.C.T.N.T.” come from?

When this company was started in early 1995, the main focus was on providing specific education to rural healthcare providers. The two initial offerings were CPR & ACLS. Hence, the company was called ACLS/CPR Training of North Texas. After a few years, the company grew into other educational areas and added products. The name no longer “fit” our mission and we expanded outside Texas and internationally, so it was shortened to A.C.T.N.T. in 1996. After several more years of growth, it was necessary to incorporate the company, so the name of Healthcare Services by A.C.T.N.T., LLC was chosen as the parent companies official name. The LLC at the end stands for Limited Liability Corporation. A.C.T.N.T. Healthcare Services is used for marketing and in our new logo.

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The Role of the Training Center

The American Heart Association® (AHA) has established a network of TC’s to help deliver its ECC educational courses and strengthen the Chain of Survival.
TC’s are responsible for:

  • The proper administration and quality of the ECC courses that they, their aligned instructors, and Training Sites (TS’s) provide
  • The day-to-day management of the TC, TS’s, and instructors
  • Providing aligned instructors and TS’s with consistent and timely communication of any new or updated information about National, Regional, or TC policies, procedures, course content, or course administration that could potentially affect an instructor while carrying out his or her responsibilities
  • Serving as the principal resource for information, support, and quality control for all AHA ECC Instructors aligned with the TC
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