Save money with Rush ACLS
If you purchase multiple BLS, ACLS or PALS training courses, you automatically receive a discount that is applied to the total purchase price.
Take advantage of this feature if you will need multiple certifications in the future. You can purchase in advance and complete the tests based upon your individual renewal schedule. Your Rush ACLS courses won’t expire!
10% savings on the purchase of any 2 ACLS, PALS or BLS training courses.
15% savings on the purchase of any 3 PALS, BLS or ACLS training courses.
Our shopping cart will automatically include a discount for you.
When you purchase a course, everything is automatically included (there are no additional fees).
Free, next-day FEDEX shipping, if requested
Free digital ACLS, BLS or PALS eCard
3 online exam retake opportunities
Up-to-date online training material
Hard copy PALS, BLS or ACLS certifcate
Responsive and professional customer support
30-day satisfaction guarantee with a full refund available
Also, you gain access to a personal “customer workroom.” In the customer workroom you can move freely through the course material at your own pace, 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 team at Rush ACLS is committed to staying up-to-date with the most recent 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
After you purchase the course, you are given immediate access to the online training material allowing you to study directly from your computer. You can also print out a copy of the curriculum if you would prefer.
All of the exams are administered 100% online in multiple choice format. You must pass the exam with an 80% or greater grade. If you do not pass the first time, you are given two more attempts. You will be informed as to the questions you answered incorrectly.
No time limits
We impose no time limit on finishing your online PALS, BLS and ACLS classes. You can purchase all the classes you need today and complete the exams at your leisure. Furthermore, there are no time limits once you start the exam itself. You can take as much time as you need to complete the test once you begin. However, you will not be able to save your work and resume the exam 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
Along with your ACLS, PALS or BLS instant provider eCard, we will ship you a hard-copy version of your eCard(certificate) in the mail using FedEx, if requested. You can keep this certificate in your wallet to use as proof of certification.
Free Federal Express shipping, upon request
Rush ACLS offers unprecedented, free FedEx shipping. Other companies will charge you an additional $30.00 for next day shipping. This means that international shipping is also easy and free with us. The certificate is shipped only if it is requested.
Rush ACLS acceptance
Rush ACLS provides online PALS, ACLS and BLS training to customers throughout the United States and internationally. Our courses are based on the latest AHA guidelines. Try our online courses risk free and find out what thousands of nurses and doctors just like you already know: online recertification is the fastest, easiest way to recertify!
Healthy living in New Hampshire
We encourage our New Hampshire ACLS, PALS and BLS recertification customers to bookmark this page as a resource for healthy living and activities. The team at Rush ACLS wants to do our part in not only providing emergency response training but equipping our customers with preventative tools. Below, you will find some recommendations and tips on living a healthy life in New Hampshire.
The percentage of the population that suffers from diabetes is approximately 8% in the state of New Hampshire. In order to help prevent diabetes, it is crucial for the residents of New Hampshire to be physically active. Here are some great ways that a New Hampshire resident can get out and get active.
Hike New Hampshire
New Hampshire has a number of great trails for hiking. Hiking is a good way to get exercise and get some fresh air. Here is a website that will help you plan your next New Hampshire hiking adventure. https://www.visitnh.gov/things-to-do/recreation/hiking
Visit the beach
During the summer months, the beaches of New Hampshire are a great place to get some physical activity. You can walk, run or play some sports. Check out this website to find the best New Hampshire beach for you. https://www.nhstateparks.org/visit/seacoast-beaches.aspx
Change your routine
If you are too busy to get out and do something on the weekend, you can always make some small tweaks to your daily schedule in order to increase your physical activity.
Ride a bicycle to work.
Walk to your destination if it is close enough.
Park your car far away from the front door to increase your walk.
Do some push ups during your break at work.
A healthy diet is also one of the primary ways to maintain a healthy heart. Here are some helpful ways to immediately improve your diet.
Eat fewer grains — when you do eat grains make sure to eat whole grains.
Increase the amount of lean protein into your diet — fish, chicken and beans are all good sources of protein.
Vary your vegetables. A good way to eat a variety of vegetables is to pick out vegetables of different colors.
Drink skim milk.
Serve your food on smaller plates — you will eat less.
For the children
The New Hampshire childhood obesity rate is approximately 29%. Because of this, it is important for parents to keep their kids active. The following is a list of family activities in the state of New Hampshire.
Story Land — Glen, NH
Waterville Valley — Waterville valley, NH
Hampton Central Beach — Rout 1A Hampton, NH
Other New Hampshire activities — https://www.familydaysout.com/kids-things-to-do-usa/new-hampshire
The American Heart Association name is owned by American Heart Association, Inc. Rush ACLS has no affiliation with American Heart Association.
Tragic incident at Patriots game sparks urgency for CPR awareness
An ongoing investigation surrounds the death of Dale Mooney, a 53-year-old New Hampshire resident, during Sunday night's Patriots game at Gillette Stadium. Mooney, a dedicated season ticket holder, was in the 300 Level when he required medical attention at 10:57 p.m. Despite being rushed to Sturdy Memorial Hospital in Attleboro, Massachusetts, he was declared dead. Mooney's wife, Lisa, revealed that his friends reported taunting from Miami Dolphins fans before the tragic incident. Witnesses noted a dispute escalating into a physical altercation, leading to Mooney's fatal injury. Gillette Stadium officials expressed their condolences and pledged cooperation with the ongoing investigation.
Convicted politician received CPR from mayor
On Friday, politician David Wihby did not only experience a shameful arrest due to prostitution-related charges. He also suffered a cardiac arrest in his house. The New Hampshire mayor, Ted Gatsas, who is a close friend of Wihby, rushed to the political insider’s house to offer support. However, he found his friend unconscious and not breathing. Frantic, the mayor dialed 911 and was able to provide life-saving measures, thanks to the dispatcher’s instructions. The cardiac arrest might be caused by prescription overdose. The politician was able to recover in a classified hospital, but thanks to the NH mayor’s CPR attempts, he is alive today.
Bystanders become saviors for a day
Bystanders were minding their own business when a car burst into fire in broad daylight. They saw two unconscious people inside and hauled them out before the fire can swallow the car whole. Someone called 911, while bystanders tried their best to administer CPR to revive the victims. Civilians also helped used fire extinguishers to control and put off the fire. When the EMS from Manchester Fire and Rescue arrived, they identified signs of overdose among the victims. Narcan was administered, bringing the two back to life. They were carried off to the hospital for further treatments. Victims were grateful to the bystanders for their quick-thinking and CPR knowledge that kept them alive.