Save money with Rush ACLS
A great discount awaits you when you purchase multiple ACLS, PALS or BLS training courses.
Take advantage of this rare offer as employers may require multiple certifications in order for you to function in your professional role as healthcare provider. You can also purchase courses in advance and take the tests at your own convenient time. Rush ACLS courses do not expire!
- Save up to 10% by purchasing any 2 PALS, ACLS or BLS training courses.
- Save up to 15% by purchasing any 3 ACLS, PALS or BLS training courses.
These will be included when you purchase a course (no additional fee).
- Free next-day FEDEX shipping, if requested.
- Free digital PALS, ACLS or BLS eCard
- 3 online retake opportunity
- Updated online training material
- Hard copy ACLS, PALS or BLS certificate
- Competent and responsive customer support
- 30-day satisfaction guarantee with a full refund available
You will also gain access to a personal “customer workroom” where you can study the course material, take the exams, keep track of past certifications, change your account information, and download your online provider eCard(s).
Based on AHA guidelines
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
When you purchase the courses you need, you will have automatic access to the online training material so you can study and review from the convenient of your own computer. You can also print out copy of the courses.
The online exam is presented in “multiple choice” and “true or false” format. To pass the exam, you must score 80% and above. If you are unsuccessful in your first attempt, you have two more opportunities to retake and pass the exam. A review of the questions you answered incorrectly will be made available to you.
Instant provider eCard
After you complete the test, you will have unlimited access to a virtual copy of your PALS, BLS or ACLS certificate(eCard). You can access the virtual certificate(eCard) through the customer workroom. Don’t worry if you lose your physical certificate as you can use the virtual certificate(eCard) as proof of certification.
Provider certificate (hard copy)
A hard copy of the Provider certificate will be sent via FedEx to your preferred location as soon as you complete the course successfully, and request your certificate. We also offer free international shipping. Always have this certificate with you as vital proof of certification.
Rush ACLS acceptance
Rush ACLS offers online PALS, BLS and ACLS training courses throughout the United States and internationally. Our courses are created with the newest guidelines of the American Heart Association. Give our online courses a try and be one of thousands of healthcare providers who testified that online recertification is the fastest way to recertify!
Healthy living in Georgia
Thank you for visiting the Georgia Healthy Heart page. We understand that prevention is the best way to combat heart attack, cardiac arrest and other cardiovascular-related emergencies. While some factors are modifiable and others are not, leading a healthy lifestyle is an effective way to decrease the incidence of heart-related diseases. Please read on to learn how you can live a healthy lifestyle in the state of Georgia.
Nutritious and balanced diet is recommended for a healthy lifestyle, including cardiovascular health. Here is a great site containing some tips on organic diet in Georgia. https://georgiaorganics.org/
You can also check out the Georgia farmer’s market page.https://www.localfarmmarkets.org/GAfarmmarkets.php
Child health in Georgia
Childhood obesity is one of the major problems in the United States. Poor diet and sedentary lifestyle are the main causes of childhood obesity. It is very important for children to stay active so as to maintain normal weight and health. Here are some activities families can do in the state of Georgia.
Things to do in Georgia
Going outdoors is a fantastic way to interact with nature and at the same time, stay healthy through participation in different physical activities such as biking. Biking is an outdoor activity that people of all ages can enjoy. Georgia has lots of biking trails to ride on — from its byways where you can discover the state on two wheels, to its off-the-road biking trails. Both trails give you great views as you travel. Biking improves cardiovascular fitness and weight loss. So, get out and cycle your way through Georgia’s amazing sceneries while exercising your body.
Hiking is one great form of exercise. There are numerous hiking trails for every skill level you can find in Georgia. Here is a great resource to help you get out and get hiking. https://www.atlantatrails.com/trails-georgia/
Visit a state park
Georgia’s state park presents variety of activities to choose from. Check out this site for more information. https://friendsofgastateparks.org/parks
Wild Adventures — 3766 Old Clyattville Road, Valdosta, GA
Pine Mountain Wild Animal Park — 1300 Oak Grove Rd., Pine Mountain, GA
Chehaw Wild Animal Park — 105 Chehaw Park Road, Albany GA
The Tybee Museum — 30 Meddin Drive, Tybee Island, GA
Other activities and parks — https://www.nps.gov/trte/planyourvisit/places-to-go-in-georgia.htm
The American Heart Association name is owned by American Heart Association, Inc. Rush ACLS has no affiliation with American Heart Association.
Swift first responder action saves georgia newborn's life
Fast response from first responders in Georgia saves a 1-month-old infant. The Rockdale County Sheriff's Office reported that when a call came in just before 3 a.m. on Sunday about an unresponsive baby, deputies and Rockdale Fire/EMS rushed to the scene. Deputy D. Daniel initiated CPR in her patrol car, with the fire/EMS team taking over upon arrival. Fortunately, the baby's pulse was restored, and the infant was transported to a hospital for further care. The RCSO expressed appreciation for the swift actions of Deputy Daniel and the Fire/EMS personnel, and no foul play is suspected in the incident.
Bills' quick response saves player's life after cardiac arrest on monday night football
Less than three days after suffering a cardiac arrest during a "Monday Night Football" game, the Bills' safety has made significant progress. He's now responsive to doctors' instructions and has even resorted to written communication. The University of Cincinnati Medical Center officials commend the Bills' medical team for their "textbook execution" in handling the situation. Dr. William Knight of the University of Cincinnati Health praised their quick recognition and immediate activation of the emergency action plan. They noted the rarity of such serious incidents on sports fields, emphasizing the Bills' exceptional response. The Bills' prompt CPR and resuscitation efforts, especially by assistant athletic trainer Denny Kellington, played a crucial role in saving the player's life. The latest update from the Bills indicates remarkable improvements in Hamlin's condition, with no apparent neurological damage.
Heroic wife's quick actions save husband's life during cardiac arrest, inspiring cpr training efforts in the community
In April 2020, Lisa Wiles heard her husband Dan shout in distress while she was in the kitchen. Rushing to his aid, she discovered he was in cardiac arrest. Aided by a 911 operator, Lisa, 51, performed CPR, ultimately reviving Dan's heart after 13 minutes. They learned his cardiac arrest resulted from atrial fibrillation and ventricular tachycardia, despite prior treatments. An implantable cardioverter defibrillator was implanted. In the following months, Dan faced physical and emotional challenges during his recovery, including saving their dog from an icy pond. Afterward, Lisa battled anxiety and fear. The couple organized CPR classes and raised funds, promoting the importance of CPR in saving lives.
A savannah man thank paramedics who rescued him after cardiac arrest
A Savannah man Neville Stein who suffered cardiac arrest while running three months ago applauded Chatham County paramedics who rescued him. Jim Jennings who runs with Stien saw him falling down while running. He and another good samaritan started CPR immediately. Stien was shifted to the hospital for further treatment.
A school resource officer rescued an unresponsive baby
A school resource officer Zakia Williams sprung into action and performed CPR on an infant. The officer was heading back home when she noticed an upset SUV driver near her on Sugarloaf Parkway. Williams stopped next to SUV to check things were okay when male and female occupants of the SUV started screaming "my baby is not breathing". Officer Williams conducted CPR until the baby started breathing again. The family shifted the baby to a hospital.
Lieutenant saves civilian thanks to CPR
Dennis Tate, a 2nd Lt. From Civil Air Patrol was heading home along Murray County road when he noticed a vehicle in the distance, as he got closer he saw an unconscious man lying inside with no pulse and no breathing thanks to a car accident. Tate dragged him away and began doing CPR maneuvers on the man until he was breathing again, thanks to his experience as a certified combat nurse assistant he was able to tend the cuts and bruises the man had all along his body in time for the EMTs to arrive.