About Our Training Business

We teach American Heart Association classes to nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and physicians. We train and certify the staff of well over 600 hospitals, medical offices, and surgi-centers throughout Long Island and New York City. We began in 1984, and we are now the most popular training company of its type in the NYC and LI region. Our website for this is http://MicheleKunz.com/.

In 2008, we began producing medical training videos, which are distributed by Blib.tv, iTunes, and YouTube at http://YouTube.com/MicheleKunz/.

About Our Publishing Business

We also publish the Zombie Notes Laminated Study Charts, the most widely used medical training aids for healthcare professionals studying for the American Heart Association certification exam for ACLS, BCLS, PALS, and PEARS. The Zombie Notes can be purchased as laminated charts from Amazon.com; and they may also be downloaded instantly from Scribd.com/.

Our publishing company also made history by being the first to publish a student-friendly, reader-friendly, teacher-friendly edition of Florence Nightingale's "Notes on Nursing". Our reprint of this important publication helped to bring about a revival of interest in Florence Nightingale in college nursing programs throughout North America. Most of our publications are available though Amazon, Ingram Books, and Baker and Taylor.

About Our Principals

Michele G. Kunz, MSN, ANP, RN-BC
Director of Medical Training

Michele is an AHA Certified Instructor and specializes in providing AHA Certification classes in ACLS, BCLS, PALS, and PEARS.

Michele has been a clinical nursing educator for over 25 years. During those years, she has helped many thousands of nurses and healthcare professionals improve their own job performance and increase their own job satisfaction. Michele considers herself to be a nurse's nurse, because she is not hidden away in a classroom or office, but out on the floor everyday - interacting with hospital management, the nurses, the patients, and the physicians.

For many years Michele was the Director of Nursing Education and Informatics at Long Island College Hospital in Brooklyn, NY. She was in the LICH Nursing Education Department for 25 years. Michele developed the desire to teach nurses over 30 years ago when she was an ICU nurse at Staten Island University Hospital. It was at SIUH that she realized that she could learn how to be a better nurse by teaching the other nurses. Michele hasn't stopped teaching since then.

Kunz is now the Director of Nursing Education and Research at Mercy Medical Center in Rockville Centre, Long Island, NY.

Kunz is also the Director of Medical Training at Dickson Keanaghan, LLC, a company that she helped create with her husband Joseph. Dickson Keanaghan annually trains and certifies the medical staff of over 600 hospitals, medical offices, and surgi-centers on Long Island and New York City.

Joseph C. Kunz, Jr., MBA
President and CEO