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  •       Up to 8 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™

  •       Up to 8 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™

  •       Up to 8 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™

  •       Up to 8 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™

  •       Up to 8 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™

  •       Up to 8 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™

Save 10% when you buy 2 courses or 15% when you buy 3!

Rush ACLS courses for Alabama professionals

Save money with Rush ACLS

Purchasing multiple BLS, ACLS, or PALS training courses would automatically qualify you to avail of a discount on the total purchase.

Now is the perfect time to invest in these trainings should you need multiple certifications in the future. You can even purchase now and complete the tests on your individual renewal schedule. There is no expiration for your Rush ACLS courses!

  • Have a 10% savings if you purchase of any 2 ACLS, PALS, or BLS training courses.

  • Have a 15% savings if you purchase of any 3 ACLS, PALS, or BLS training courses.

  • A discount awaits you from our shopping cart.

All inclusive

No additional fees for the following once you purchase a course:

  • Free, next-day FEDEX shipping, if requested

  • Free digital ACLS, BLS, or PALS card

  • 3 online exam retakes

  • Latest online training material

  • Hard copy PALS, BLS, or ACLS card

  • Approachable and proficient customer support

  • 100% money-back guarantee

Additionally, you will be granted access to a personal “customer workroom” where you can go through the course material at your own pace. You can also do more things in the customer workroom such as download your online provider card(s), take the exams, view past certifications, change your account information and more.

Based on AHA guidelines

The staff of Rush ACLS aims to bring you the most recent emergency medical practices. Our ACLS, PALS & BLS courses follow 2020 American Heart Association® Guidelines for CPR and ECC. Our online classes are based on the latest AHA guidelines and are updated regularly.

Study online or print

Once the purchase is complete, you will automatically have access to our online training material. You can now study the course material directly from your computer. You may also prefer to print out a copy of the curriculum.

Online exam

All of the exams are done online and multiple choice and the passing rate is 80% or greater. You will have three attempts to pass the online exams. If you did not pass the first time, we will inform you of the questions you did not answer correctly.

No time limits

There is no time limit on completing the online PALS, BLS and ACLS classes. You can make the purchase for all the classes today and take the exams at your own leisure. In addition, the exams are also not time-limited, meaning you can take as much time as you need to finish the test once you start. However, saving your unfinished work for a later date is not allowed.

Instant provider card

You will get an access to a virtual copy of your PALS, BLS or ACLS card once you complete the test. This virtual card is unlimited and available through the customer workroom. The card can also serve as your proof of certification in the event that you lose your physical card.

Hard copy card

Along with your BLS, PALS or ACLS instant provider card, a hard-copy version of your card will also be shipped to you via FedEx if requested. This card can be used as your proof of certification every time you need it.

Free Federal Express shipping

While other competitors charge an additional $30.00 for next day shipping, Rush ACLS offers free FedEx shipping. International shipping is just as easy and free.

Rush ACLS acceptance

Rush ACLS offers BLS, PALS and ACLS training throughout the United States and internationally. Our courses are all based on the latest AHA guidelines. We recommend that you give our online courses a try. It’s definitely risk-free because online recertification is the fastest and most convenient way to recertify.

Staying healthy in Alabama

Biking

Biking is one of the many physical activities you will enjoy in Alabama. It boasts of some of the best biking trails in the South. The great thing about biking is that it allows you to be physically fit at the same time appreciate your beautiful surroundings, exactly what you will find in Alabama. You can choose to bike along scenic wooded areas in Bankhead National Forest, cruise along parks like Kiesel Park, or even along the trails of its beautiful beaches like the white-sand Bridgeport Beach. Biking helps reduce stress and it’s a simple fitness activity that doesn’t feel like a workout. Take in the breathtaking scenery while burning calories when you go biking in Alabama.

Rock climbing

If you prefer a more intense physical activity in Alabama, rock climbing is what you should be looking for. Alabama has exceptional rock formations and steep cliffs which you must experience if you’re an avid climber. One of the best spots to do rock climbing is at Horse Pens 40, located in Central Alabama. You will also experience firsthand how Native Americans used the rock formation as their shelters for thousands of years. Rock climbing will best benefit people who want to improve their cardiovascular system by exercising your heart and accessory organs. Rock climbing reduces the possibility of health conditions such as dizziness, shortness of breath, or heart attacks. Rock climbing also helps in weight loss and increasing your muscle tones. More than the physical benefits, there are also emotional and psychological benefits of rock climbing.

Hiking

Hiking has many perks but hiking in Alabama takes it up a notch with its beautiful views. Take a hiking trip in one of the most diverse and breathtaking woodlands in the state. You can go to the Lake Guntersville State Park and hike the 30 miles of trails surrounded by tall pines. If you’re lucky, you may also catch a glimpse of the American bald eagle in the winter. Alabama has many hiking trails which makes it a good place to enjoy the scenery while doing physical activity. Hiking is a good cardio workout that can lower the risk of heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, and heart attacks. It can also improve your balance and strengthen your core.

Kids activities

Childhood obesity is a significant problem today. The childhood obesity rate in Alabama is approximately 18.6%. Here are some activities for the whole family.

Desoto State Park - 13883 County Road 89, Fort Payne, AL

Gulf Beaches - 104 W. Beach Blvd, Gulf Shores, AL

US Space and Rocket Center - One Tranquility Base Huntsville, AL

Montgomery Zoo - P.O. Box ZEBRA, Montgomery AL

Other Alabama activities - https://www.visitarizona.com/experiences/family/

Medical news

A 30 year old man died at chena hot springs resort

It is an accident in a remote resort located 56.5 miles in the northeast of Fairbanks. A middle-aged man died despite the provision of CPR. Emergency responders collected a 911 call at 7:19 revealing CPR in progress at Chena Resort. Steese Volunteer Fire Department EMTs reached almost an hour later and found the resort crew was carrying out CPR on Kyle Patsy. "Our crew took over, didn’t find any pulse or respiration, so we continued on with CPR and breathing for him, We continued care until we contacted a hospital physician who recommended discontinuing life-saving efforts” according to Deputy Chief David Daniell. Patsy was declared dead at the scene at 8:27."

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Fatal single car rollover

44-year-old Casey Meyers car fell into a ditch, hit an embankment, and rolled over several times and he was ejected from the car. CPR efforts were not successful. Alcohol appears to be a factor.

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Three men saved co-worker's life

When three men who were working saw their colleague slumped at his office floor, they wasted no time and immediately called 911. While waiting for first responders to arrive, they took the AED from the office's breakroom, connected it to the victim then followed the instructions given by the machine which was to administer shock and to begin CPR. They did just until the Mobile Fire Rescue paramedics arrived. They later brought the man to the hospital where he was declared out of danger.

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Marathon man collapsed near finish line

Joe Henson started the marathon in perfect shape. He was feeling great, his pace was just right and the weather was what he called "decent". However, a few miles before approaching the finish line, he felt his heart and chest flutter and he started to experience tunnel vision, then he suddenly collapsed. Henson was having a heart attack and became unconscious. All of a sudden, a guy who came from nowhere appeared saying he's a cardiologist checked Joe Henson's pulse and found it very weak. The doctor started to perform CPR and together with the lifesaving skills of the Birmingham Firefighers and Andrews Sports Medicine, Joe Henson regained consciousness. He was later brought to the hospital where he was declared out of danger.

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Five-month old baby drowned in bathtub

A 5-month old baby boy died in the baththub where he was left by his father. It was not clear why he was left in the bathtub but the baby was already unconscious when responders arrived in the scene. Paramedics performed CPR but the baby died in the hospital later.

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Wife saved by husband's CPR skills

Jodi Herte was at home enjoying a nice meal with her husband Keith when suddenly, she stopped feeling her arms and legs, falling to the ground unresponsive. Keith inmediatly called 9-1-1 and the dispatcher helped him by playing the sound of a metronome so he can concentrate and pace himself while doing the chest compressions "I thought, 'I hope I don't screw this up, I thought, 'Maybe this is her time. Maybe I shouldn't be doing it.' It's kind of a battle you play in your head" said Mr. Herte. Paramedics arrived on the scene and provided much needed assistance. Jodi successfuly recovered and thanked her husband for such an heroic action.

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United States course acceptance map

Our courses are accepted nationwide in all 50 states, plus internationally

East North Central

US States East North Central

West South Central

The states in the West South Central

East South Central

All East South Central states