Thank you for visiting our new website and taking the time to visit with us. My husband Joe and I put this website together to help make the healthcare and medical learning-experience easier for our students – and hopefully a little easier for us too.
I began my healthcare training in high school (medical/science program) in the early 1970′s in Staten Island, NY. Joe and I have been teaching new and experienced healthcare professionals in New York City and Long Island since 1984 – so many of our students have spread out over the 50 states. Therefore, we felt that this website and our nursing blog would be a great way for us to keep in touch with all of our students no matter where each one is living and working now.
I am a certified American Heart Association (AHA) instructor and teach Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Basic Life Support (BLS/CPR); and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS). Within those classes I also teach Basic EKG, and about the EZ-IO Bone Drill, the defibrillator, and the AED. I teach these classes to the medical staff of over 600 hospitals, medical offices, and surgi-centers in New York City (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens), Westchester, and on Long Island (Nassau and Suffolk). You can download my sales brochure to learn more about me and my classes – as well as explore my website for more information. You can see much more about me on my nursing blog and on my YouTube page. You can also view my other websites which are listed on the right-side of this page under “Michele’s Links”.
If any of you have questions about any aspect of nursing training and education, please email me anytime (email is the easiest and fastest way for you to get me). I’m in the hospital Monday through Friday at Mercy Medical Center in Rockville Centre, NY, as the Director of Nursing Education and Research. Therefore, if you call my cell phone please leave a message and your cell phone number. I will call you back in the evening or on the weekend. If you would like to attend one of my classes, please call Christine for my class schedule.
Thanks again, and I hope to hear from you soon.