Save money with Rush ACLS
Purchasing multiple ACLS, PALS or BLS training courses will qualify you to automatically receive a discount that is applied to the total purchase price.
Invest in this offer if you will need more than one certification in the future. You can purchase in advance and finish the tests at your own renewal schedule. Your Rush ACLS, PALS or BLS courses won’t expire!
- Enjoy savings of up to 10% if you purchase any 2 BLS, ACLS or PALS training courses.
- Enjoy savings of up to 15% if you purchase any 3 BLS, ACLS or PALS training courses.
- Discount will be automatically applied at checkout.
When you get a course, you will also automatically get the following (no additional fees).
- Free FEDEX next-day shipping, if requested
- Digital BLS, ACLS or PALS eCard for free
- Maximum of 3 online exam retake opportunities
- Up-to-date online training material
- Hard copy of BLS, ACLS or PALS certificate
- Friendly and skilled customer support
- 30-day satisfaction guarantee with a full refund available
You will also have access to a personal “customer workroom” where you’ll be able to go through the course material at your own pace. In the customer workroom is also where you will take the exams, download your online provider eCard(s), keep track of past certifications, change your account information and more.
Based on AHA guidelines
The whole team at Rush ACLS is committed to be always updated when it comes to 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
Once you make the purchase, you will be given immediate access to the online training material, allowing you to study from your computer. Or if you would prefer, you may also print out a copy of the curriculum.
All of the exams will be multiple choice and 100% online. You need to get a grade of 80% or greater to pass the exam. If you did not pass on the first try, you will have two more attempts. A review of the incorrectly answered question(s) will be provided to give you a higher chance of passing on your next attempt.
No time limits
There will be no time limits on completing your online BLS, ACLS, and PALS classes. You may purchase the classes you need in advance and finish the tests at your own time. Furthermore, there will be no time limits during the exam itself once you start. You can take as much time as you need in completing the test after you start. However, you’re not allowed to save your work and resume your unfinished test at a later date.
Instant provider eCard
After you complete the test, you will be able to access a virtual copy of your ACLS, BLS or PALS certificate(eCard). You are given unlimited access to a virtual certificate(eCard) through the customer workroom. In case you lose your physical certificate, you can use this as proof of certification.
Hard copy certificate
Aside from your BLS, PALS or ACLS instant provider eCard, we will also mail you a hard-copy version of your eCard(certificate) via FedEx. You should always keep this certificate with you to use as proof of certification. The certificate is shipped only if it is requested.
Free Federal Express shipping, upon request
While our competitors charge an additional $30.00 for next-day shipping, Rush ACLS provides unmatched FedEx shipping for free, if a hard-copy certificate is requested. This means that our international shipping is also free.
Rush ACLS acceptance
Rush ACLS offers online BLS, PALS and ACLS training to customers throughout the United States and internationally. All our courses are based on the most recent guidelines of the American Heart Association. Try our online courses today so you’ll know what other medical professionals are saying; that online recertification is the most hassle-free way to recertify!
Staying healthy in Missouri
We built this page to provide our Missouri ACLS, PALS and BLS certification customers with a resource for staying healthy in the state of Missouri. The team at Rush ACLS understands that the best way to prevent cardiac arrests and heart attacks is to stay physically active and to maintain a healthy diet. Below, you will be able to find a variety of resources that will help the residents of Missouri stay active and healthy.
Establishing healthy eating habits is vital to maintaining a preventative lifestyle. It is important to shop smart and cut processed and unhealthy foods out of your diet. Here are some ways that you can eat healthy.
Drink skim or low fat milk to keep the fat out of your dairy.
Choose cheeses without much fat.
Chop up some veggies for the week. Have them on hand for snacks.
Order a vegetable side dish instead of the fries.
Eat foods that are high in protein and low in fat like beans, peas, fish and chicken.
You can also find a local farmer’s market. A farmer’s market is a fantastic way to shop healthy. You will also be supporting local farmers. Here is a website that can help you find a nearby farmer’s market. https://agrimissouri.com/
Our Missouri PALS, BLS and ACLS certification customers would agree that eating healthy is only half the battle in living a preventative lifestyle. The other half is daily physical exercise.
Experts recommend at least 20–30 minutes of daily physical activity. Here are some ways to get out and get active in the state of Missouri.
There are many outdoor activities to do in Missouri and one of the most popular is hiking. Hiking is fun for people of all ages and it’s a great way to explore the state’s natural beauty. There are many opportunities for exploring the scenic views in the state, whether you’re planning a day hike or a backpacking adventure for the weekend. You can bring your friends and family for more fun or if you want to explore on your own, that would be fine, too. Hiking outdoors will let you enjoy nice views but it is also a great cardio workout. Walk for hours and you will immediately feel your calories burning. When you hike, you will control and maintain your weight.
If you want to have fun in the waters, you can always try rafting in Missouri. The state has rivers and streams that are waiting for you to paddle all your fears and worries away — from peaceful leisurely trips to adventurous rafting. Missouri does not lack waters where you can enjoy a great rafting trip. You will definitely have the best time with your family or friends so choose the best spot for rafting, wear your life jackets on and have fun paddling. Rafting is also a great form of exercise. An average person could burn about 350 calories when rafting for an hour.
For the children
It is also important to find things to do with the whole family. Here are some great activities that you can do with the kids in Missouri.
Blanchette Park & Aquatic Center — 1900 W. Randolph St St. Charles, MO
Grant’s Farm — 10510 Gravois Road, St. Louis, MO
Sophie M. Sachs Butterfly House & Education Center — 15193 Olive Blvd, Chesterfield MO
Kansas City Zoo — 6800 Zoo Dr. Kansas City, MO
other missouri activities — https://www.familydaysout.com/kids-things-to-do-usa/missouri
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Teenager survived after being unconscious for one hour
Martin Luther King' day is a day Joyce Smith will never forget. On that day, she allowed her son John to spend the night at a friend's house. But the following day when she was about to leave to pick her son up, she received a call from a friend's mom saying something has happened to John. John and his friends went to the nearby frozen lake Sainte Louise not expecting the ice to be too thin where they fell into the freezing waters below. John's friends were immediately able to get out of the water unhurt but John was submerged in the freezing water for 15 minutes before he was rescued by first responders who rushed him to the St. Joseph Hospital West. The doctors immediately performed CPR and did this for 45 minutes but John was unresponsive. Joyce, with her strong faith, did not give up and started to pray. After a few minutes, John's heart started beating again. He was transferred to the Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital in St. Louis where doctors confirmed he experienced multiple organ failure and had lost neurological functions. John lived to tell his story.
Baby from burning car saved by off-duty paramedic
An off-duty paramedic was having a meal at Papa Murphy’s when a commotion outside caused his instincts to switch to quick-thinking mode. Upon checking, he found out that a car caught fire in the parking lot. The mother, who went inside Papa Murphy’s to get ordered food, had left an infant inside the smoldering car. Brandy Baker used his skills to rescue the unconscious 10-month-old and revive him with hands-only CPR. The baby was already responsive when the EMS crew arrived. The mother is thankful for Baker’s paramedic instincts and would not have forgiven herself if the child died because it was left unattended. Meanwhile, the fire is under investigation.