AHA Training Center Award
The American Heart Association®, the premier national organization for health care-related education, announced June 23 that Mineral Wells-based Healthcare Services by A.C.T.N.T.® has been recognized as the number two revenue-generating AHA Training Center in the North Texas region. This recognition is considered extraordinary since this independently owned business is in the same region with some of the largest Health Systems in the southwestern United States. There are a total of 83 American Heart Association® Training Centers in the North Texas region and they include large Healthcare Systems such as Parkland, Harris Methodist, Baylor and many others. Healthcare Services by A.C.T.N.T.®, the number two training center, is owned by Robert Twite, RN, of Mineral Wells. These training centers are under contract with the AHA to provide health care-related education to everyone from the basic lay person taking CPR, to the advanced health care provider who needs intensive training in advanced life support for victims of trauma or medical emergencies of all ages. Twite and Healthcare Services by A.C.T.N.T.® have become successful because of a long-standing reputation of providing quality education in the health care community, and the “American Heart Association® respectfully recognizes this superior effort in assuring successful student training through exemplary practices“, according to Kate Asay, regional manager of ECC for the American Heart Association®.
Healthcare Services by A.C.T.N.T.® provides health care-related education and products to the entire spectrum of health care providers. Along with the more common training in basic and advanced life support, A.C.T.N.T. also develops custom training in many areas of health care. A.C.T.N.T. has also developed a line of Proprietary reference material for use bf health care professionals during both adult and pediatric emergencies. This series of material, named CODE CARD Emergency Reference Material, has been used throughout the United States in large and small health care facilities to improve the care of both the adult and Pediatric patient.