Save money with Rush ACLS
When you purchase multiple BLS, PALS or ACLS training courses, you will be guaranteed a discount that’s applied to your total purchase price.
Take advantage of this amazing feature if you will be needing multiple certifications in the future. You can get the courses you need in advance and complete the exams based on your own renewal schedule. Your Rush ACLS courses won’t expire!
- 10% savings if you purchase any 2 BLS, ACLS or PALS training courses
- 15% savings if you purchase any 3 ACLS, BLS or PALS training courses
- Our shopping cart will automatically add a discount for you.
When you get a course, you will also get the following items with no additional fees.
Next-day shipping for free via FedEx, if requested
- Free digital BLS, PALS or ACLS eCard
- Maximum of 3 online exam retakes
- Updated online training material
- Hard copy of PALS, BLS or ACLS certificate
- Amiable and skilled customer support
- 30-day satisfaction guarantee with a full refund available
In addition, we will give you access to a personal “customer workroom”. You can move through the course material freely in the customer workroom. You can also do more things on the workroom at your own pace, including taking the exam, downloading your online provider eCard(s), keeping track of past certifications, and changing your account information.
Based on AHA guidelines
The whole staff at Rush ACLS promises to stay up-to-date with 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
When you purchase the course you need, we will give you access to the online training material so you can study directly from your computer any time you want. If you would prefer, you can also print out a copy of the curriculum.
You will take all of the multiple-choice exams online. We require a passing grade of 80% or greater and you will have a total of 3 attempts to pass the exam. We will let you know the questions you did not get right on your first attempt.
No time limits
You can complete your online BLS, PALS and ACLS classes at your own leisure. You can purchase the classes in advance and take the tests on your own schedule. Additionally, there is also no time limit in finishing the exam once you begin. We encourage you to take as much time as you need once you start the exam. However, you’re not allowed to save your unfinished work and resume it at a later day.
Instant provider eCard
Once the test is complete, you’ll have access to a virtual version of your BLS, PALS or ACLS certificate(eCard). You will have unlimited access to the virtual certificate(eCard) through the customer workroom and should you ever lose your physical certificate, you can use this as your proof of certification.
Hard copy certificate
Aside from your BLS, ACLS, or PALS instant provider eCard, we will be also sending you a hardcopy version of the eCard(certificate) in the mail via FedEx, if requested. Ensure that this certificate is with you at all times to be used as proof of certification.
Free Federal Express shipping, upon request
Other companies may charge you an additional $30.00 for next-day shipping but Rush ACLS provides unparalleled FedEx shipping for free. This means that our international shipping is also free and convenient. The certificate is shipped only if it is requested.
Rush ACLS acceptance
Rush ACLS offers online ACLS, PALS and BLS training to customers from the United States and globally. Our online courses are based on the newest guidelines of the AHA. Give our online courses a try to confirm what thousands of nurses and doctors just like you are saying: that online recertification is the easiest and most stress-free way to recertify!
Healthy living in West Virginia
The team at Rush ACLS understands that the finest way to fight heart attacks and cardiac arrests is to prevent them from ever happening. We developed this page to provide our customers with healthy living informations. A great place to begin is to be active and eat right. Below, you can find some helpful ways to stay active and healthy in the state of West Virginia.
West Virginia is called the outdoor amusement capital of the East and for good reasons. The state essentially has everything you need for your outdoor adventures. Just one of great outdoor activities you can do in the state is mountain biking. West Virginia has a full range of mountain cycling trails which you can experience. If you’re also looking for magnificent views apart from challenging trails, you’ve come to the right place. West Virginia has everything you’re looking for. Mountain biking will definitely improve your total health. It is known to decrease the risk of having coronary heart disease and it also tones and strengthen several groups of muscles. Biking on rugged terrains will also improve your stamina and body coordination.
There are so many fun winter activities in West Virginia and one of them is downhill skiing. If you’re an adrenaline junkie, you will enjoy this activity in the state’s rough terrain and lofty elevation. There are a lot of ski destinations to choose from. You can spend the whole day on the slopes and if you get tired from skiing, you can relax in a cozy place and enjoy beside a warm fireplace in an overnight destination of your choice. Downhill skiing works several muscle groups that include the thigh, hip, and hamstrings. You will also strengthen your arms when using the poles. This winter sport will upgrade your flexibility, balance, and agility.
Our West Virginia ACLS, PALS and BLS certification professionals understand how maintaining a healthy diet is necessary to maintaining a healthy heart. A farmer’s market is a wonderful place to buy fresh and healthy food. You will always find fresh fruit, meat and vegetables and you will be also supporting local farmers. Here is a website that will help you find a West Virginia Farmers Market. https://visitwv.com/things-to-do/farmers-and-flea-markets/
For the children
The rate of childhood obesity in West Virginia is 18.5%. It is critical for parents and guardians to keep their kids physically active. Below is a list of a few different West Virginia activities that are perfect for the whole family.
Camden Park — 5000 Waverly Rd., Huntington WV
Lost River State Park — 321 Park Drive, Mathias, WV
Beech Fork State Park — 5601 Long Branch Rd, Barboursville, WV
Other activities — https://wvtourism.com/8-top-family-summer-vacations/
The American Heart Association name is owned by American Heart Association, Inc. Rush ACLS has no affiliation with American Heart Association.
School emergency spotlights vital role of CPR and AED training in saving student's life
A recent incident at Scott Teays Elementary School has underscored the criticality of CPR and AED training, emphasizing the invaluable significance of swift action during cardiac emergencies. During a gym class, Gryffin Cavender, a third-grade student, experienced cardiac arrest on October 18. Rushed to CAMC Women’s and Children’s Hospital and later transferred to Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Gryffin was diagnosed with "hypertrophic cardiomyopathy." Despite the frightening situation, prompt care from school staff and first responders proved pivotal in saving Gryffin's life. Expressing gratitude, Gryffin's mother highlighted the paramount importance of every passing moment in such dire situations. She commended the school staff, first responders, and the Maura Rae Kuhl Foundation for their roles in Gryffin's rescue. Teays Valley Firefighter and EMT Christopher Smith stressed the significance of early CPR and access to AEDs, urging the community to acquire first aid and CPR skills.
Woman charged for inappropriate CPR on toddler while under influence of meth
A woman, Jocelyn Krum, 25, from Buckhannon, is facing charges after administering CPR to a one-year-old child without medical necessity while reportedly under the influence of methamphetamine. Law enforcement officials responded to a potential domestic disturbance call at a Buckhannon residence on Mt. Lebanon Road. Upon arrival, they found Krum under the influence of meth. Despite the child not needing medical assistance, Krum, in her altered state, believed the child wasn't breathing and performed CPR chest compressions. Krum faces charges of child abuse endangering the child's life and is currently held without bond at Tygart Valley Regional Jail.