Save money with Rush ACLS
We will automatically add discount on your total purchase price if you purchase multiple PALS, ACLS or BLS training courses.
This feature will come in handy if you need multiple certifications in the future. You may make the purchase today and complete the tests on your preferred individual renewal schedule. Your Rush ACLS courses don’t have expiration!
Purchase of any 2 BLS, ACLS or PALS training courses and save 10%
Purchase of any 3 BLS, PALS or ACLS training courses and save 15%
Get an automatic discount from our shopping cart.
There will be no additional fees for the following features when you purchase a course.
Next-day FedEx free shipping, if requested
Digital BLS, PALS or ACLS eCard, also free
3 online exam retakes
Latest online training material
Hard copy of ACLS, BLS or PALS certificate
Professional and friendly customer support
30-day satisfaction guarantee with a full refund available
You will also have an access to a personal “customer workroom”. Here, you can do things such as take the exams, change your account information, keep track of past certifications, download the online provider eCard(s), and more. You can also study the course material at your own leisure.
Based on AHA guidelines
The Rush ACLS team is always on the lookout for the latest 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
You will immediately have an access to the online training material once you made the purchase. You will be able to study directly from your computer. You will also have the option of printing out a copy of the curriculum.
All of the exams are taken online and are multiple choice. You must score at least 80% or greater to pass the exam. If you fail to pass on your first take, you will be given two more attempts to pass. We will tell you all the questions you got wrong.
No time limits
You won’t be burden with a time limit for your online ACLS, PALS or BLS classes. You don’t have to finish all the exams right away after purchasing the courses. You can complete the exams at any time most convenient to you. There will also be no time limits during the exam itself. You need not rush in answering the exam but you’re not allowed to save the test and resume for a later date.
Instant provider eCard
Once the test is completed, you can get an access to a virtual PALS, BLS or ACLS certificate(eCard) which is unlimited and available through the workroom. If you lost your physical certificate, you can show the virtual certificate(eCard) as proof of certification.
Hard copy certificate
If requested, your hard-copy version of eCard(certificate) will be shipped to you via FedEx, along with your PALS, BLS or ACLS instant provider eCard. We suggest that you keep this certificate in your wallet to serve as proof of certification.
Free Federal Express shipping
Rush ACLS provides FedEx shipping for free while other competitors charge its customers additional shipping fee of $30 for next day shipping. We ship internationally for free as well.
Rush ACLS acceptance
Customers from the United States and abroad get their online ACLS, BLS or PALS training from Rush ACLS. We offer courses based on the most recent AHA guidelines. Online recertification is the fastest and easiest way to recertify so we recommend you to try our hassle-free online courses!
Staying healthy in Alaska
Downhill skiing/Cross country skiing
If you’re planning to visit Alaska, you must remember to give downhill skiing or cross country skiing a try before going home. They are very popular activities and sports in the State, especially on December when most mountain tops are covered in snow. There are many skiing destinations in Alaska and some more adventurous individuals go to more isolated destinations to ski. Some might turn down the idea of participating in activities like these during the cold weather but taking part in some fun in such weather does have its health benefits. Cross country skiing is the best sports to burn calories and have your muscles strengthened. Downhill skiing is less intense than cross country skiing but it also works to strengthen and tone your muscles. Both activities improve flexibility, balance, and agility.
For the children
Other great activities for the children
Alaska Seal Life Center — 301 Railway Avenue, P.O. Box 1329 Seward AK
Pioneer Park — Fairbanks, AK
Alaska Zoo — 4731 O’Malley Rd, Anchorage AK
Other kids activities — https://familydestinationsguide.com/fun-things-to-do-in-alaska-with-kids/
The American Heart Association name is owned by American Heart Association, Inc. Rush ACLS has no affiliation with American Heart Association.
Alaskan cruise turns critical: dogtown man's heart attack sparks community support
A joyful family cruise for the Skredenske family from Dogtown turned into a crisis when Scott Skredenske suffered a heart attack on vacation in Alaska. Celebrating both his wife Peggy's victory over chemotherapy and his own retirement, the family was abruptly shaken when Scott went into cardiac arrest. Thanks to quick action from relatives and medical personnel, Scott's life was saved after CPR was administered on the ship. The Skredenskes were transported to a hospital in Anchorage for Scott's recovery. The community rallied back home, offering support through fundraisers to bring Scott and Peggy back.
Teen camper's tragic passing during alaska hike mourned by tamarack camps community
A teenager from Farmington Hills, attending a 6-week camp in Alaska, tragically collapsed and passed away during a hike, as confirmed by camp officials on Tuesday. The young man, Simon Mirkes, 16, was participating in the Tamarack Camps' Alaska 2 Trip. The exact location of the hike where the incident occurred remains unclear. Despite administering CPR, Simon could not be revived. Tamarack Camps, headquartered in Bloomfield Hills, provides camping experiences primarily for Jewish families. The camp's other participants are safe and receiving support in Anchorage. Additional staff from Detroit are on their way to offer further emotional assistance.
Man died in a boating incident
A 54-year-old man was found dead after a boating incident. Alaska State Troopers discovered Ignatius Mike's body a few miles away from where his boat was found unsecured with the engine still on. The troopers said that Ignatius was sailing at high speed and failed to turn at a curve causing him to run into the river bank where he was subsequently ejected from the boat. The victim's body was taken out of the water and brought to the Kotlik Clinic where he was immediately given CPR hoping to save his life. After administering CPR for almost half an hour, the doctor declared him dead.