Patient resuscitation excellence & perfection through training.

CardioCare & Dr Dalbock


Cardiocare is a fully accredited, inspected and licensed Company that has been running AHA Courses in the Western Cape on behalf of the Resuscitation Council of Southern Africa since 1998.
Cardiocare provides consultation on how to set up in hospital / pre hospital resuscitation systems and quality assurance programs.

As a Company, Cardiocare strives to:

  • make use of the most up to date educational material and techniques
  • use fully integrated and interactive audiovisual presentations and equipment
  • use the most technologically advanced and lifelike interactive training manikins
  • utilize the latest emergency equipment and procedures
  • maintain the highest of International standards
  • apply the latest educational philosophies in training the students

Lectures are given by Dr Gerald Dalbock.

Dr Dalbock has extensive Emergency Medicine, pre hospital and Educational experience and is registered with the HPCSA as an Emergency Medicine Specialist.
He consults for numerous government and Private hospital groups and organizations.

He was previously Principal of the Transvaal Ambulance Training College and Principal of the Western Cape Ambulance Training College.
Holding Aviation Medical Examiner and Diving and Submarine Medicine certification, he is also one of the founding members of the College of Emergency Medicine in South Africa.

Cardiocare is an accredited centre in the Western Cape that runs all AHA courses.
These courses are either offered at the Cardiocare training facility or on the premises of the client.
The courses are either 1 or 2 day duration (depending on course) and involve the issuing of textbooks well before the course to allow for self study of material prior to attending the practical component of the course.

All courses involve video based instruction, interactive discussion with practical instruction, hands on skills sessions and case based scenario simulation training.
The courses make use of actual resuscitation equipment, simulation training devices, skills practice mannequins and interactive simulation training mannequins.