Accredited, Online ACLS Training

Accepted across North America and Canada, done in 3 hours. Up to 8 AMA CME/CE credits each.

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Course acceptance

Our ACLS, BLS, and PALS courses satisfy CE requirements for physicians, and nurses

For more information, see our Georgia state page

Atlanta FAQs

How much does an Atlanta ACLS certification cost?

We offer two different courses for the ACLS: the ACLS certification is priced at $275 and the ACLS recertification is priced at $175.

Do you post notifications to changes in the Atlanta PALS?

If you can, try to finish the exam in one sitting so your attention and focus are at optimum levels. However, the PALS is not time-limited.

What if I fail the Atlanta BLS?

In each certification course, you will have three attempts to pass the test. If you failed on your first try, you will have two more attempts to pass.

Where can I find in person training

Augusta Technical College / 3200 Augusta Tech Dr Bldg 600 Augusta, GA 30906-8243

Staying healthy in Atlanta


Cycling is not just for taking you from point A to point B. It’s an activity that helps you stay fit and healthy. In Atlanta, you can do cycling to explore the state. You will find many bicycle routes within the state which is perfect if you’re a tourist and want to explore and combining it with an exercise. Local residents can also participate in the tour if they’re interested in exploring parts of the city that they’ve never been to before. Why is biking good for your health? This activity helps increase your cardiovascular fitness and your flexibility and also muscle strength. It is also said to reduce your stress levels and lower anxiety and depression.


Want to escape the urban life? There are a lot of hiking options available in Atlanta that will give you spectacular outdoor adventures. Enjoy a satisfying hike to beautiful waterfalls, mountain summits, and streams. Hiking in Atlanta gives you fresh air and all the best that nature has to offer. If you’re ready to unplug your device and escape your busy life for a while, just don on your hiking boots and choose one of the many hiking trails in the city. Aside from the breathtaking sceneries and fresh air, you will get a lot of benefits from hiking. Make it a regular activity and you will surely enjoy many health benefits including reducing the risk of heart problems. Hiking also helps you maintain your weight as well as improve your blood pressure and blood sugar levels.

Critical care providers should know

7,500 premature deaths were reported in Fulton County last year on a population just over 1,033,000. The national benchmark for a percentage of the population to be in poor to fair health is 10%, however, Atlanta reported a 14% rate. 10.5% of newborns fell under the low birth weight category with the national goal of 6%. 16% of the adult population in Atlanta are smokers. 24% of Atlanta residents are reported to be obese, which is high by national standards. This leads to a high rate of diabetes — 9%. 17% of residents in Atlanta participate in heavy drinking. Heart disease and cancer are the two leading causes of death in Fulton County (Atlanta).

Fulton County Health and Human Services is committed in providing the best health services in Atlanta by promoting and assuring health wellness. The Health Promotion Department encourages both general public and communities to prevent and create awareness of chronic diseases at all stages of development. The department offers public presentations on diabetes awareness, tobacco prevention, injury prevention, stroke, cervical and breast cancer awareness, and cardiovascular health. The presentations lecture on warning signs and risk indicators of chronic diseases and basic awareness of disease prevention.

Major hospitals in Atlanta

Hospital name Address Map
Piedmont Hospital 1968 Peachtree Rd Northwest, Atlanta, GA 30309 Click to view full-size
Emory University Hospital 550 Peachtree Road Northeast, Atlanta, GA 30308 Click to view full-size
Northside Hospital 1000 Johnson Ferry Road, Atlanta, GA 30342 Click to view full-size
Atlanta Medical Center 303 Parkway Drive Northeast, Atlanta, GA 30312 Click to view full-size
Grady Memorial Hospital 80 Jesse Hill Junior Drive, Atlanta, GA 30303 Click to view full-size

About Atlanta

In 1847, Atlanta was formed as a city and today is considered as one of the premier business areas in the country. Many iconic American companies are located in the city, including Coca-Cola. These affiliations played a huge role in defining the business atmosphere in the city. You will find huge landmark reminders of the presence of these large and powerful company headquarters wherever you go.

As an example, it’s hard to miss the Old World of Coca-Cola Museum with its large red logo statue when you pass by. It is located right on a city loop which leads through some of the most famous landmarks of Atlanta. Walking on this loop will also lead visitors to the famous Centennial Olympic Park, a children’s museum, and an aquarium.

If you’re the type who enjoys the great outdoors, you will also find regular biking tours that go through the main destinations in the city, allowing you to enjoy the natural views of the city.

There are also state parks that allow access to nature. Many visitors choose Stone Mountain Park for some hiking and picnicking and more including live music, a 4D theatre, crafts exhibits, and a sky ride. There’s also a laser light show on certain times.

There is so much more to do and see in Atlanta, Georgia — from the big city landmarks of major business to the natural terrain of the state park.

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