Scott Weinerth is proud to announce his plans to renew Basic Life Support Provider Certification. As a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA), Scott Weinerth believes Basic Life Support Provider Certification to be an essential asset.
Online PR News – 24-September-2012 –Scott Weinerth is proud to announce his plans to renew Basic Life Support Provider Certification. As a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA), Scott Weinerth believes Basic Life Support Provider Certification to be an essential asset.
The certification is granted by the American Heart Association (AHA), an organization that is recognized throughout the United States for their authority on all matters heart-related, from heart disease prevention to CPR.
For Scott Weinerth, this AHA certification isn’t just a credential; it’s a valuable tool that allows him to be the very best healthcare professional possible. “For me, it’s so important to have that Basic Life Support Certification,” says Scott Weinerth, “and I think all of my colleagues would agree. Sure, my job deals primarily with anesthesia, but I spend so much of my time in unpredictable medical situations, that it makes sense to have as many certifications as possible.”
Weinerth’s Basic Life Support Provider Certification is due to expire in March of 2013. It isn’t the only certification of Weinerth’s that will be expiring. Scott Weinerth is also certified as an Advanced Cardiac Life Support Provider and in Pediatric Advanced Life Support.
“I certainly intend to renew those certifications as well,” comments Scott Weinerth when asked about his plans for the future. “The ‘Basic’ certification, however, covers the most ground, and is the most universally applicable of the three.”
Certifications and credentials are by no means new for Scott Weinerth. In addition to the aforementioned certifications, Scott Weinerth is licensed as a CRNA in Florida and in Texas. He also holds a Master of Science in Nurse Anesthesia from Webster University (’01), a Master of Science from Saint Louis University (’98), and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Chamberline University (’95). Weinerth’s professional memberships include the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA).
As Scott Weinerth prepares to renew his Basic Life Support Provider Certification, he will continue learning, practicing, and studying his field with the same meticulous eye that has brought him years of success.
“I don’t anticipate renewal of my certification to be a major challenge,” says Scott Weinerth. “Of course, I’m going to study and review the updated requirements that may have been added since I was last certified,” he adds.
Scott Weinerth welcomes questions and comments about his plans for renewing Basic Life Support Provider Certification. He may be reached at (888) 675 – 1245 for additional information.
Scott Weinerth is proud to announce his plans to renew Basic Life Support Provider Certification. He is excited to show how Life Support Provider will be an asset to society.