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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™

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Rush ACLS courses for California professionals | ACLS renewal

Save money with Rush ACLS

Get an automatic discount on your overall purchase price if you avail multiple BLS, ACLS or PALS training courses

Avail with this special feature for your future multiple certification needs. Make the purchase ahead of time and there’s no problem when you intend to finish the test. There is no expiration for Rush ACLS courses.

  • Get any 2 of ACLS, PALS or BLS training courses and save up to 10%.

  • Get any 3 of ACLS, PALS or BLS training courses and save up to 15%.

  • A discount will be certainly included in our shopping cart.

All included

Purchasing a training course will consist of the following without additional fees.

  • Free next-day delivery through FedEx, if requested.

  • Get 3 retakes on online exams

  • Get your own hard copy of BLS, ACLS or PALS certificate, upon request.

  • Get your own digital copy of BLS, ACLS or PALS eCard

  • Most current online training material

  • Friendly and also well-trained customer support

  • 100% full money-back guarantee is good for 30 days

You will also get the benefit of having a personal “customer workroom” which you will have free instant access to. This is where you can chck out the course material at any time, take the tests, keep track past certifications, download the online provider eCard(s), modify your account information, among other things.

Based on AHA guidelines

The Rush ACLS team is consistently 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

You will be given access to the online curriculum and you can print it out if you prefer right after purchasing a course. You may also prefer to review the online training material straight from your computer.

Online exam

You will take the online exam in a multiple choice type. You will need to get a grade of 80% or greater in order for you to pass the exam. You will be given two more retakes if you happen to fail the online exam. And, we will notify you with the questions you answered incorrectly.

No time limits

Taking your online ACLS, PALS and BLS classes have no time-limits. It means that you can purchase the classes today but take the exams later at your leisure. The exams are also not time-limited. You can start the exam and take your time answering each questions no matter how long you need to finish it. However, saving your unfinished work for a later time won’t be allowed.

Instant provider eCard

Completing the test will enable you to have access to a virtual copy of your BLS, ACLS or PALS certificate(eCard). This will be available in the workroom and your access is unlimited. The virtual copy may also serve as proof of certification if you happen to misplaced your hard copy certificate.

Hard copy certificate

Together with your ACLS, PALS or BLS instant provider eCard, we will also mail you a hard-copy version of your eCard(certificate) through FedEx, if requested. Keep in mind that you must always keep this certificate with you as this is your proof of certification.

Free Federal Express shipping

Shipping Fee is free for you as we will be the one to shoulder this fee. Rush ACLS also provides free and easy international shipping whereas other companies will charge $30.00 for next-day shipping.

Rush ACLS acceptance

Rush ACLS has customers from the United States and around the world. We provide courses that are based on the latest guidelines of the AHA. Invest in our risk-free online courses and get to know what nurses and doctors have been saying — that online recertification is the most convenient and easiest way to recertify!

Staying healthy in California

The beach

You haven’t truly gone to California if you did not spend some time in one of its many beautiful and world-class beaches. It has more than 1,100 miles of beautiful coastline. You have plenty of physical activities that you can do in any of its beaches. If you can’t get enough of the water, you can go swimming or surfing until you’ve had enough. If you intend to stay on the beach, there are also many physical activities you can enjoy and will also let you burn calories and benefit your cardiovascular system like beach volleyball or maybe hiking along seaside trails. Swimming is an aerobics workout that many people enjoy. Its health advantages consists of helping maintain a healthy heart and lungs and a healthy weight. It is also an equivalent to an over-all body workout because you use almost all of your muscles when you’re swimming.

Yosemite National Park

If you’re trying to seek for a fantastic adventure, there is only one place to see in California — the Yosemite National Park. There are plenty of activities to do in this parkland whether you’re a lone traveler or you’re with family or friends. Allow your eyes indulge from its wonder beauty from the breathtaking granite rock formation to majestic water falls to the oldest and largest trees in the world. You may also take part in activities that will enable you to exercise your physical body and delight in the scenery at the same time. Biking along the park never gets old in giving you the best of cardiovascular benefits. Another popular physical activity in Yosemite is rock climbing. Rock climbing in Yosemite is one of the greatest climbs in the world. Schedule a rock climbing activity in the park to start burning calories and getting your heart pumping.

Activities for the kids

Childhood obesity is a significant concern in California. Here are a few things that you can do in California to get the kids out of the house and help them be active.

Sea World — 500 Sea World Drive, San Diego, CA

Happy Hollow Park and Zoo — 1300 Senter Road, San Jose, CA

Pacific Park — Santa Monica California

Tomales Bay State Park — Pierce Point Road, Inverness, CA

Tahoe Amusement Park — 35 College Drive South Lake Tahoe, CA

Other California adventures —

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Medical news

Local man saved by bystander's CPR

It was a regular gym day for Rob Fialkowski when he suffered a sudden cardiac arrest. Lucky for him, several friends nearby assisted by providing CPR to him while waiting for the EMT services to arrive "It was definitely a scary situation, but it was one of those situations that you just start doing and you go with it and hope that your training pays off" said Dr. Vik Tiku.

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Soccer mother saves son's life

Jose Agredano Jr was playing at a soccer's game when he received a hit to the chest that made him suffer from impact-induced cardiac arrest. Luckily for him, his mother Gina Agredano, a physician with ample experience came to the rescue “He just stopped breathing, and that was when it was game on, I said to myself we were not going to die today.” said Gina. She started doing rescue breathings and chest compressions on her son. After a shock from a nearby Automatic External Defibrillator, Jose managed to come back to life. The ambulance took him to a nearby hospital where the young soccer player managed to recover.

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A little angel saves his father

Lewis was the little hero of the day. It all happened at home in Forestville, Steve Griffith was having a meal with his 13-year-old son Lewis. Steve had a sudden heart attack and fell to the floor unresponsive. Lewis called 911 to ask for help, the dispatcher asked him if there was anyone around that could do CPR "I can do that" said the little hero. He then began doing chest compressions on the dying man, something he learned recently at the school's health class. The EMT services arrived to transport the man to the nearest hospital. Little Lewis was offered a spot on the Rose Parade to praise his heroic actions.

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A girl becomes a hero thanks to CPR training

It all happened at the City of San Diego where an eight grade student Janeth Santos managed to save of a neighborhood kid. While being at home with her mother the little Janeth heard the screaming of a neighbor whose son was choking. The little school girl jumped to action and was informed by the boy’s mother that she had done chest compressions but they did not have any effect. The school girl remembered her CPR training classes and quickly recalled the first thing to do before beginning CPR techniques, and that is, to check and clear the airway first. She quickly put her finger into the boy’s mouth to check for any kind of blockage and found a hard piece of candy, successfully pulling the offending item out and saving the life of the little boy.

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A vacation turned sour

Boris Govzman was driving along the Irvine road for a vacation along his wife and grandnieces when they noticed his grandparent not responding and finding the car going without direction and halting on the road, the heroic 13-year-old boy Daniel Tyshler calmed down his family and began doing CPR maneuvers on his grandfather, a technique he learned at his school. Paramedics arrived to the scene to see the young hero finishing the second CPR round, and assisting in the transportation of the elderly man to a health center, Boris recovered from his comma, not remembering what had happened.  “I’m not only proud of them but I’m grateful, because they saved my husband’s life.” said Larisa, his wife.

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Off duty firefighter saves runner at half marathon

Firefighter Dameon Malek ran a half marathon on his day off. Upon finishing, he noticed another runner on the ground not breathing and with no pulse. He quickly helped by performing CPR, assisting the ambulance staff on the way to the hospital. There is no word on the status of the patient at this point. Malek has been a paramedic since 2005 and a firefighter since 2002.

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True life saving

As can be gleaned from snippets of news footage shown during the end credits, Ding has done an outstanding job re-creating the events and conveying the complexity and prudence of the cops' investigative chess moves. Wu"" writer-director Ding Sheng significantly improves upon ""Police Story: Lockdown,"" the Jackie Chan vehicle released in the United States in June.

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Officers commemorated for saving lives

Officers Chapman, Galbraith, Myers, and Bonville received commendations for saving the life of a man. According to witnesses, the 4 officers helped save the life of a father's motorist that was laying on the road with no breath or pulse. The heroic officers jumped into action and performed CPR until EMT services arrived to take over.

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Father becomes CPR inspiration after saving daughter

Marco Ortiz experienced a nightmare he would never forget, and that was seeing his child stopped breathing. Before a family dinner on a Sunday, Ortiz checked his 2-year-old daughter in the living room, only to find out that she was missing. He found her lifeless body in their pool. Without hesitation, he dove and retrieved her unconscious baby. The frantic father applied chest compressions and everything he knew about CPR to save his daughter. Luckily, his daughter was breathing before the paramedics arrived. The girl was transported to the local hospital for proper treatment. Thanking his CPR instructor, Karen Rose, Ortiz urged everyone to learn CPR to save lives.

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