Save money with Rush ACLS
Get huge discount when you buy multiple PALS, ACLS or BLS training courses! Discount is automatically applied at checkout.
If you think that you will need more than one certification one day then you must take advantage of this awesome feature. You may purchase today and complete the exams whenever you want. Your Rush ACLS courses won’t expire!
- Enjoy savings up to 10% when you purchase any 2 BLS, PALS or ACLS training courses.
- Enjoy savings up to 15% when you purchase any 3 PALS, ACLS or BLS training courses.
- Our shopping cart will include a discount for you.
When you get a course, everything will be included for free.
- Free next-day shipping via FedEx if requested
- Free digital BLS, ACLS or PALS eCard
- 3 online exam retakes
- Online training material
- Hard-copy of PALS, BLS or ACLS certificate
- Proficient and professional customer support
- 30-day satisfaction guarantee with a full refund available
Furthermore, you will gain access to a “customer workroom”. In the personal workroom, you will be able to go through the course material on your own schedule, take the exams, download the online provider eCard(s), and keep track of past certifications. You can also change your account information in the customer workroom.
Based on AHA guidelines
The Rush ACLS team is dedicated to bringing 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
Once you finished the purchase, you will have access to the online training material which you can study directly from your computer. If you would prefer, you may also print out a copy of the curriculum.
The multiple-choice exams are all 100% online and you need to have a grade of 80% or greater to pass the tests. If you did not pass on your first attempt, we will inform you of the questions you didn’t get right and you will also have two more retakes.
No time limits
Your online BLS, PALS and ACLS classes will not expire. You can purchase the courses you need in advance and complete the exams at your own leisure. There will be no time limit on the exam itself once you begin although you’re not allowed to save your work and resume it for another day.
Instant provider eCard
After you complete the test, you’ll be able to access a virtual copy of your BLS, ACLS or PALS certificate(eCard) through the customer workroom. You’ll have unlimited access to this eCard which you can use as proof of certification in the event that you lose your physical certificate.
Hard copy certificate
Aside from your BLS, PALS or ACLS instant provider eCard, we will be also shipping you a hard copy version of your eCard(certificate) in the mail via FedEx, if it is requested. It will be your proof of certification so make sure that you keep the certificate in your wallet.
Free Federal Express shipping, upon request
Rush ACLS offers unmatched FedEx shipping for free while our competitors tend to charge customers an additional $30.00 for next-day shipping. This means that we also provide international shipping for free. The certificate is shipped only if it is requested.
Rush ACLS acceptance
Rush ACLS online PALS, BLS and ACLS courses are available globally and throughout the United States. We based our courses on the most recent guidelines of the AHA. Invest in our online courses now so you can also testify that online recertification is the fastest and easiest way to recertify – something that thousands of doctors and nurses already know.
Staying healthy in Oklahoma
We developed this page to provide our Oklahoma ACLS, PALS and BLS certification customers with a resource for maintaining a healthy heart in the state of Oklahoma. The team at Rush ACLS understands that the best way to fight cardiac-related emergencies is to help prevent them from ever happening. Please read below to discover some ways to stay active and healthy in the state of Oklahoma.
In the state of Oklahoma, 336 people out of 100,000 die from cardiovascular-related diseases. These ailments include cardiac arrest, heart attacks, heart disease and more. The national average is 265 out of 100,000 people. One of the best ways that the residents of Oklahoma can reduce these numbers is to become more physically active.
Oklahoma is a great place for people who are a fan of paddling. Whether you want to navigate the waters of the Tulsa Wave Park in an intense paddling or just want to paddle smoothly along the Illinois River to get the best view of the scenic beauty, you will find a river ride in Oklahoma that is just right for you. You can visit the state’s State Parks if you want to try paddling with your family and friends. To enjoy the beautiful views, you don’t always have to do it on foot – other times, you can do it in a boat while paddling in the waters. Kayaking is not just for enjoying great views, it also does a good deal to your body. Kayaking can improve your flexibility, aerobic fitness, and strength. It also helps improve your cardiovascular fitness.
Whether you’re a beginning bicyclist or you’re the type who prefers a hard-core bicycle ride, you will find something that’s right to your preferred speed in Oklahoma. You can go alone or with your family or friends and get outdoors and pedal your way to the state’s breathtaking scenic. There are biking trails along the shores of lakes and rivers in Oklahoma. And if you prefer to ride a mountain bike, you can use it to cruise along the bike trails in the state parks and within the state. Biking is not just good for the environment – it’s also good for your health and body as it improves your overall cardiovascular fitness.
The obesity rate in Oklahoma is approximately 31%. Our Oklahoma BLS, ACLS and PALS customers understand that obesity is linked to a variety of cardiovascular complications. The best way to reduce obesity is to clean up your diet.
Here are some helpful ways that you can improve your eating habits.
Use a smaller plate when serving dinner. You will eat less!
Drink 1% or skim milk instead of 2% or whole milk.
Avoid the sugar-heavy coffee specialty drinks. Learn to love a good cup of black coffee.
Lower your consumption of grains and increase your consumption of lean protein.
Eat a variety of vegetables and fruit. They all have different combinations of vitamins.
Avoid pre-packaged and processed food.
A great way to find fresh produce and lean meat is to find a local farmers market. The following site can help you find a farmers market near you.https://www.pickyourown.org/OK.htm
For the children
It is also good to find activities for the whole family. Here are some ways that you can help keep your kids active in Oklahoma.
Westwood Water Park — 2400 Westport, Avenue, Norman OK
Safari’s Sanctuary — 26881 East 58th Street, Broken Arrow, OK
Tulsa Zoo and Living Museum — 6421 E. 36th St. North, Tulsa OK
The American Heart Association name is owned by American Heart Association, Inc. Rush ACLS has no affiliation with American Heart Association.
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