Save money with Rush ACLS
Get up to 15% discount when you purchase multiple BLS, PALS or ACLS training courses.
You might need multiple certifications in the future so you can take advantage of this offer. You can even make the purchase in advance and then finish the tests on your own schedule. The Rush ACLS courses don’t expire!
- Purchase any 2 PALS, ACLS or BLS training courses and save 10%
- Purchase any 3 PALS, ACLS or BLS training courses and save 15%
- A discount is included in the shopping cart at checkout.
When you purchase a course, we will include all of these for free:
- Next day shipping for free via FEDEX, if requested.
- Free digital ACLS, BLS or PALS eCard
- Up to 3 retakes of online exams
- Updated online training material
- Hard copy of ACLS, PALS or BLS certificate
- Friendly and receptive customer support
- 30-day satisfaction guarantee with a full refund available
You will also have an access to a personal “customer workroom”. In here, you will be able to study the course material at your own pace, change your account information, take the exams, keep track of past certifications, download your online provider eCard(s), and many more.
Based on AHA guidelines
The Rush ACLS team makes sure that they are updated 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 have access to the online training material once you purchase the course. You can study directly from your computer or print out a copy of the curriculum.
All exams are done online and multiple choice format. To pass the exam, you need to get a passing grade of 80% or higher. If you did not achieve this grade on your first try, you will have two more attempts. We will also provide a review of all attempted questions, including questions who answered incorrectly.
No time limits
There is no time limit on completing your online BLS, ACLS and PALS classes. You can get all the classes you need today and finish the exams any given day. Additionally, we impose no time limit during the exam itself. You can take as much time as you need to finish the test once you started, although, you can’t save your work and get back to it at a later date.
Instant provider eCard
Once test is completed, you will have access to a virtual copy of your BLS, ACLS, or PALS certificate(eCard). This is available in the workroom and you will have unlimited access to it. You can use the virtual certificate(eCard) as proof of certification if you lose your physical certificate.
Hard copy certificate
Aside from your PALS, ACLS or BLS instant provider eCard, we will also mail a hard-copy version of your eCard(certificate) through FedEx, if requested. Make sure that you have the certificate with your all the time to use as proof of certification.
Free Federal Express shipping
Rush ACLS provides free FedEx shipping while other competitors will bill you additional $30.00 for the same service. Our international shipping is also free.
Rush ACLS acceptance
Rush ACLS offers online BLS, PALS and ACLS training throughout the United States and globally. Our courses are based on the most recent AHA guidelines. Doctors and nurses know that the easiest way to recertify is through online recertification so try our hassle-free online courses today!
Staying healthy in Colorado
At Rush ACLS, we understand the importance of maintaining a healthy heart in order to prevent emergency cardiac situations. The top ways to keep your heart healthy and strong is to engage in physical activity and to eat correctly.
If you are a Colorado ACLS, PALS and BLS certified medical professional, please take advantage of this page and use it as a resource. Please read on to find out more about how to live a healthy lifestyle in Colorado.
If you’re planning to visit Colorado with your friends during winter, one of the best physical activities to do there is cross-country skiing. Get your skis on and enjoy the time as you ski along snow-laden trees, tracks parallel to frozen creeks, and through white meadows. This is a great activity to keep you fit and take time to appreciate beautiful sceneries in the state. There are many ski destinations that you will find in Colorado that you and your friends will enjoy. When you cross-country ski, you tend to burn more calories than you would doing other physical activities. You will also strengthen various muscles group while skiing.
If you’re not sure about skiing, you can go rock climbing with your friends instead. Rock climbing is another intense, yet fun physical activity to do in Colorado. There are many places to go rock climbing in the state, whether you’re looking for bouldering cliffs or red-rock wall formations. There are many challenging rock climbs across the state. If you want to be fit, rock climbing is a great way to start. It involves a lot of stretching and your muscles will work more than when you’re doing less extreme activities. It is also another great way to burn calories. Rock climbing is also known as a de-stressing activity.
Good eating habits
Colorado PALS, ACLS and BLS professionals understand that another critical way to prevent heart-related emergencies is to practice good eating habits. The following is a website that promotes healthy living and healthy eating in Colorado.https://livewellcolorado.org/
Another way to maintain a healthy diet is to shop at Farmers’ Markets. Farmers markets support local farmers and provide residents with good, organic and healthy food. Here is the link to Colorado Farmers Markets. https://www.google.com/maps/search/farmers'+markets+near+Colorado,+USAfirstname.lastname@example.org,-108.5905429,7z/data=!3m1!4b1
AZcentral.com also has a great list of articles related to eating healthy in Arizona.https://www.azcentral.com/health/more_healthyeating.html
Coaches’ immediate response save baseball player’s life (Loveland, Colorado)
Valerie Sloan had recently taken a CPR refresher course. She was driving with a friend and saw a 70-year-old man collapse…
Fighting childhood obesity
The obesity epidemic extends beyond adults to children. Here are some good activities for children in Colorado.
Waterworld — 1800 West 89th Ave, Federal Heights, CO
Pueblo Zoo — 3455 Nuckolls Ave, Pueblo, CO
Chatfield State Park — 11500 N Roxborough Park Road, Littleton, CO
Denver Zoo — 2300 Steele Street, Denver, CO
Lakeside Amusement Park — 4601 Sheridan BLVD, Denver CO
Other family activities — https://www.colorado.com/articles/colorado-family-attractions-kids-10-under
The American Heart Association name is owned by American Heart Association, Inc. Rush ACLS has no affiliation with American Heart Association.
Young lifeguard's heroic cpr saves teen swimmer with undiagnosed heart condition
On September 15, Keira Brach, a 15-year-old swimmer, suddenly collapsed at the pool. Fortunately, 17-year-old lifeguard Josiah Ross was on duty and immediately performed CPR, a skill he had learned three years earlier. Keira had an undiagnosed heart condition, and Josiah's quick actions saved her life. Keira, now recovering, returned to school, and Josiah received a Life Saving Medal. Both teens stress the importance of learning CPR as a vital life skill, emphasizing that it can make all the difference in critical moments.
Life saved by health student
Shane Wilson a health and exercise student, was doing an internship at a South Carolina's spa. He managed to save the life of Amber, a regular client at the wellness center. Amber suffered a cardiac arrest and Shane jumped to help by performing CPR until the EMT arrived to take the girl to the nearest medical center.
Co-owner saved by employees
The owner of a trucking company in Golden was doing his usual business when he suddenly lost consciousness. His heart had stopped and he wasn’t breathing. Thankfully, his staff had CPR training and it was still fresh in their minds and systems. They pulled out their automatic external defibrillator and began working on the revival of their boss. They did chest compressions and rescue breaths. Eventually they had to shock him with the AED twice, but they were able to successfully revive him. He was even arguing with his wife about going to the hospital. All that training paid off after all.