Accredited ACLS/ BLS/ PALS Training Online

Up to 8 AMA CME/CE credits each

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ACLS

ACLS

Renewal

Certification

BLS

BLS

Renewal

Certification

PALS card

PALS

Renewal

Certification

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10% off with 2 courses, 15% off with 3

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10% multiple course discount is applied, add one more course for the 15% discount

15% multiple course discount is applied

How it works



Study

All study materials based on the latest American Heart Association guidelines are included, you have choice to read it online or print it. We also include a skills test sheet (optional).


Pass the exam

The test is multiple-choice format and covers patient scenarios and general course knowledge. The test has no time limit and there's no hassle of working around a classroom schedule.


E-card

You will receive your provider eCard after passing the online exam. If requested, we send a printed copy of your certificate the next day after you pass your exam.

Save money with Rush ACLS

Receive discount applied to the total purchase price if you choose to get our multiple BLS, PALS or ACLS training courses.

You might need multiple certifications. Take advantage of this offer. Your Rush ACLS courses won’t expire so you can get one right now and do the tests based on your individual renewal schedule.

All inclusive

Purchasing a course will automatically include these features without additional fees.

Furthermore, you will be given access to a personal “customer workroom”. This is where you can study the course material at your own pace, look at past certifications, take the exams, and access your online provider eCard(s). You can also update your account information in the workroom.

Based on AHA guidelines

We at Rush ACLS make sure to always be up-to-date with 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

If you purchase the course, you will be given an immediate access to our online training material so you can go through with it at your convenience. If you prefer, you may also print out a copy of the curriculum.

Online exam

The exams are all multiple choice and done 100% online. We require a rate of 80% or greater to pass the exam. If you did not reach the passing rate the first time, you will have two more attempts to do so. The questions you did not answer correctly will be given to you.

No time limits

There will be no time limit in completing the online PALS, ACLS or BALS classes. You can get the classes you need in advance and take the exams any time that’s convenient to you. There will also be no time limits during the online exam. You may take as much time as you need to finish the test after you begin but you can’t save your work and resume it at a later date.

Instant provider eCard

Once you’re able to complete the test, you may access a virtual copy of your PALS, BLS or ACLS certificate(eCard). This is available in the workroom and you will have an unlimited access to this virtual certificate(eCard). This eCard can be used as proof of certification if you ever lose your physical certificate.

Hard copy certificate

Along with your BLS, PALS or ACLS instant provider eCard, we will also send you a hard-copy of the certificate in the mail if requested. Make sure that you always have this certificate with you as it serves your proof of certification.

Free Federal Express shipping

Other companies may charge you additional fee for their next-day shipping but Rush ACLS provide FedEx shipping for free. We also provide international shipping for free.

Rush ACLS acceptance

Rush ACLS offer online BLS, PALS and ACLS training over the United States and globally. We abide by the latest AHA guidelines so purchase our online courses now and be among the thousands of doctors and nurses in saying that online recertification is the easiest and most hassle-free way to recertify!

Staying healthy in Arizona

Hiking

You’ll never run short of hiking trails in Arizona with its beautiful nature sceneries. There are many places you can go for hiking whether you want to hike along mountain streams, navigate underground grottos, or climb desert mesas. Before looking for a hiking destination, consider first what kind of hike you want to do. Arizona offers hiking trails ranging from short and easy loops found in the heart of the city to treks in remote wilderness that can take multiple days. Grand Canyon hiking is one of the favorite activities in Arizona. Hiking provides endless benefits for your weight and heart as well as for your mind. Hiking is considered an aerobic exercise that’s why its cardio benefits are unparalleled.

Biking

Whether you want to go road biking or mountain biking, Arizona offers exciting trips that will make you enjoy the state more. You can coast through its many scenic roads and you can even go solo or with guided tours that are available in the state. Arizona mountain biking provides some of the most picturesque and challenging terrains. The routes range from even runs to rugged trails across rocky desert hills. There are also bike parks in the state you can visit for some leisure biking. Biking is a great way to exercise your body and heart and it lowers the risk of chronic illnesses, one being possible heart attacks.

For the children

It is no surprise that childhood obesity is a serious problem in the United States today. Here are some activities for the whole family in Arizona.

McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park — 7301 E. Indian Bend Road Scottsdale, AZ

Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument — 10 miles East of downtown Flagstaff, AZ

Encanto Park — 2605 N 15th Ave Phoenix, AZ

Tempe Town Lake — Apache Blvd and University Dr. Tempe, AZ

Phoenix Zoo — 455 North Galvin Parkway Phoenix, AZ

Other Arizona activities — https://www.visitarizona.com/experiences/family/

The American Heart Association name is owned by American Heart Association, Inc. Rush ACLS has no affiliation with American Heart Association.

The American Heart Association name is owned by American Heart Association, Inc. Rush ACLS has no affiliation with American Heart Association.

Medical news

CPR attempt on 2-year-old

A two-year-old toddler was hospitalized after the incident where she was found unconscious in a residential pool on a weekend. The emergency services rushed to the residence around 6 p.m. where they saw the family members providing CPR to the unresponsive child who was hospitalized promptly. According to the reports, the condition of the child is still critical.

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Young Arizona soccer player bounces back after cardiac arrest, prompting talks on athletics, aeds, and genetic testing

12-year-old Arizona soccer player recovers after collapsing during practice due to cardiac arrest on April 27. The soccer community rallied for Pyper Midkiff, who received overwhelming support locally and nationwide. Pyper's father, Matt Midkiff, shared how the unexpected event unfolded and highlighted the importance of swift response times. Pyper was at Phoenix Children's Hospital for weeks following the incident, her recovery marked by hope and gratitude. Pyper's cardiac episode prompted discussions about AEDs, CPR training, and testing for genetic conditions like hypertrophic cardiomyopathy in young athletes. The Midkiff family's story emphasizes the significance of preparedness and early detection.

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Heroic woman's swift heimlich maneuver rescues choking diner at local applebee's

Betty Lindsey sprang into action during dinner at an Applebee's near 75th Avenue and Thomas Road when she heard shouts about someone choking. Initially dismissing it as a reference to a UFC fight they were watching, she realized a fellow diner was in trouble. Drawing on her first aid training from military service and owning a martial arts studio, Lindsey successfully performed the Heimlich maneuver, saving the man. Now, she aims to provide CPR training to the community, extending her gratitude and life-saving skills beyond her heroic act.

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