Save money with Rush ACLS
When you purchase multiple ACLS, PALS, or BLS training courses, you will automatically qualify for a discount that will be applied to the total purchase price.
Get this feature if you need multiple certifications in the future. You can even purchase in advance and finish the tests on your own schedule. Your Rush ACLS courses won’t expire at all!
- Enjoy 10% discount for purchase of any 2 BLS, ACLS or PALS training courses.
- Enjoy 15% discount for purchase of any 3 ACLS, PALS or BLS training courses.
- Our shopping cart will automatically include the discount for you.
When purchasing a course, you will also get the following items for free.
- Free, next-day shipping using FEDEX, if requested
- Free digital BLS, ACLS or PALS card
- Online exams with 3 retakes
- Updated online training material
- BLS, PALS or ACLS hard-copy card
- Proficient and responsive customer support
- 100% money-back guarantee
You will also gain access to a personal “customer workroom” where you can do a lot of things at your own pace. This is where you will study the course material, take the exams, keep track of past certifications, change your account information, download your online provider card(s), and more.
Based on AHA guidelines
The team behind Rush ACLS is dedicated to being updated with the latest emergency medical practices. Our ACLS, PALS & BLS courses follow 2020 American Heart Association® Guidelines for CPR and ECC.
We constantly update our courses with the most recent guidelines to ensure the best possible information available to you at any time.
Study online or print
You will be given access to the online training material immediately after you purchase the course. You can study directly from your computer or print out a copy of the curriculum. This means that you can study wherever you go withouth having to worry about losing your materials.
You will take all of the multiple-choice exams online. You need to get an 80% or greater to pass the test and you’ll have three attempts to achieve the passing grade. You will be informed of the questions you got wrong.
No time limits
Your online PALS, ACLS and BLS classes are not time-limited. You can purchase all the courses you need in advance and take the tests at your own schedule.
Also, there is no time limit during the test itself once you start. You can take as much time as you need once you begin but you will not be able to save the unfinished work and resume it on another day.
Instant provider card
You’ll have access to a virtual copy of your BLS, PALS or ACLS card after you complete the test. You’ll have unlimited access to the virtual card in the customer workroom. If you ever lose your physical card, you can use this as your proof of certification.
Hard copy card
Along with your PALS, ACLS or BLS instant provider card, we will ship you a hard copy version of your card in the mail via FedEx, if requested. Put the card in your wallet so you can use it as proof of certification when needed.
Both the hard and virtual copies of your certification cards are accepted throughout the United States and most countries in the world.
Free Federal Express Shipping, if requested
If hard-copy card is requested, Rush ACLS provides unparalleled FedEx shipping for free. Our competitors tend to charge customers an additional $30.00 for the same service. This means that we also offer international shipping for free.
Rush ACLS acceptance
Rush ACLS offers online ACLS, PALS and BLS training to customers across the United States and internationally. All our courses are based on the newest guidelines of AHA.
Invest in our risk-free online courses to know what thousands of doctors and nurses like you already know — the most stress-free and fastest way to recertify is through online recertification!
Staying healthy in Louisiana
The team at Rush ACLS developed this information to give our Louisiana ACLS, BLS and PALS certification customers a resource for preventing cardiac-related ailments. We understand the urgent need for Americans to eat healthy and exercise regularly so we hope you find this page useful and informative.
High cholesterol is often a symptom of a sedentary lifestyle. One of the best ways to prevent high cholesterol is to build more physical activity into your daily life. In fact, experts recommend about 20–30 minutes of daily physical activity.
Please read on to find out more how the residents Louisiana can take advantage of their beautiful state and begin to lead a more active life.
Biking is a great form of physical exercise that is enjoyed by people of all ages. It’s important that you encourage your children to engage in this sport because of all the good things it brings one’s health and fitness. Biking is a great workout that can decrease body fat levels and improve joint mobility.
In Louisiana, you will find many biking trails where you can enjoy the state’s beautiful landscapes from. There are many routes to choose from — ranging from smooth rural roads to more challenging mountain biking trails. The mild climate of Louisiana means that you can ride your bike any time of the year.
Canoeing and kayaking
Canoeing and kayaking are two other great forms of physical exercise and in Louisiana, you will find many perfect spots for your paddling adventures.
The state has an endless choice of lakes, rivers, ponds, canals, and bayous where you can enjoy beautiful landscapes as you go. You can take on faster currents for a more challenging adventure or choose to go an easy tour on gentle streams.
Some people try canoeing and kayaking for leisure or competition while others do it for the health benefits these physical activities bring to their body. Canoeing and kayaking lessen the risk of wear-and-tear on tissues and joints. They also help improve your cardio vascular fitness and increase your muscle strength.
Louisiana BLS, PALS and ACLS certified professionals understand the importance of a healthy diet in preventing cardiovascular problems. It is advisable to eat a good amount of leafy green vegetables and lean protein.
As a rule of thumb, you can use the 70/30/10 rule. This means serving yourself 70% of vegetables, 30% of lean protein and 10% of complex carbohydrates such as brown rice or pasta.
Here is a site with a variety of resources for staying and eating healthy in Louisiana. https://www.npr.org/podcasts/381443731/louisiana-eats
For the children
The rate of childhood obesity in Louisiana is approximately 21.1%. In order to combat childhood obesity, it is important to find physical activities for the whole family. It is important to spend time with your children by doing exdercise with them, riding bike or simply taking a sight seeing walk.
Here is a list of some things you can do in Louisiana with the children.
Lake Charles Boardwalk — Lake Charles, LA
City Park — 1 Palm Drive, New Orleans, LA
Audubon Insectarium — 423 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA
Aquarium of the Americas — #1 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA
Other activities — https://www.visitlakecharles.org/things-to-do/kids/
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