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, dentists, nurses, EMS workers and Pharmacists

For more information, see our Maryland state page

Baltimore FAQs

Do you have an ACLS certification office located in Baltimore?

No, we don’t currently have a physical ACLS Baltimore office but we are expanding our physical locations nationwide. At present, the Pacific Medical Training service is 100% online. We regularly renew providers throughout the country for ACLS, BLS, and PALS from the comforts of their own homes.

Are AHA’s changes to the PALS algorithms reflected in the course?

Yes, they are. All of the PALS course material is based on 2020 AHA Guidelines for CPR & ECC including algorithms in our Baltimore PALS certification course.

Can I pay by check for the Baltimore BLS?

Yes, you can contact our customer service department for more information.

Where can I find in person training

University of Maryland, Baltimore County / 1000 Hilltop Circle Academic 4, Room 316 Baltimore, MD 21250

Community Colleges of Baltimore County / 7201 Rossville Blvd, Bldg HTEC Room 011 Baltimore, MD 21237

Baltimore City Community College / 2901 Liberty Heights Ave Baltimore, MD 21215-7807

Staying healthy in Baltimore


There’s no shortage of hiking trails in Baltimore and if you’re a resident of the city, you’ll be glad to know that you don’t have to go too far to appreciate the wonders of nature. You can plan a day hike in any of the state parks within the city. You can go by yourself if you want some peace and quiet or bring a friend to share the experience with. Hiking can be tiring but it’s also something you shouldn’t worry about as each hiking trail has many places where you can stop and rest for a while. There are also picnic areas for a bigger group of hikers. Hiking is a great form of exercise. It strengthens your core and improves your balance. It also helps you maintain your weight and boost your mood. So next time you’re feeling anxious, all you have to do is go out and hike.


When winter comes, that’s not an excuse to stay indoors and never leave the house. Let winter be your excuse to get out instead. There are many ski resorts in Baltimore that offer acres for winter activities like skiing and snowboarding. Whether it’s your first time to ski and just want a new fun activity to learn or an experienced skier, the ski areas in Baltimore will definitely give you what you’re looking for. Skiing is a fun winter activity and any one can try it. It is also a perfect exercise. Skiing strengthens several muscle groups and burns calories. About 500–640 calories can be burned when a 150-pound person ski for an hour.

Critical care providers should know

In 2009, the Baltimore Health Department conducted a survey for over 1,100 residents about their health needs in the Baltimore City Health Department’s Community Health Survey. The city wanted to understand the public perception of the city’s health services and the perception of current programs and policies, assess needs, and find gaps in service.

Healthy Baltimore 2015 is the department’s program to help improve the overall health of the community. It is a vigorous and aggressive agenda that presents a plan for dealing with the challenges of community health. Policy changes from the plan will focus on quality health care access, heart health, a tobacco free city, stopping the spread of STD’s, reducing drug and alcohol use, recognizing and treating mental health needs, encouraging early detection of cancer, creating healthy neigborhoods, and promoting children’s health.

Major hospitals in Baltimore

Hospital name Address Map
Johns Hopkins Hospital 733 N Broadway, Baltimore, MD 21287 Click to view full-size
University of Maryland Medical Center 22 South Greene Street, Baltimore, MD 21201 Click to view full-size
Franklin Square Hospital Center 9000 Franklin Square Drive, Baltimore, MD 21237 Click to view full-size
Sinai Hospital of Baltimore 2401 West Belvedere Avenue, Baltimore MD 21215 Click to view full-size
St. Agnes Hospital 900 S. Caton Ave, Baltimore, MD 21229 Click to view full-size

About Baltimore

Since 1729, Baltimore has been a city and still remains a busy seaport in the eastern US coast. Due to its location close to a lot of water on the coast and near Appalachian Mountains, Baltimore is a city that has many options for outdoor adventures.

The city is not considered a major tourist destination and it’s not a place Americans end up at when looking for hot vacation spots but it is a great place for anyone looking for an enjoyable and relaxing location for a trip. It may not offer huge attractions like theme parks and beaches like some big cities, but for those looking for a safe place to kick back and relax and for individuals who are looking for an adventure and fun without crowds of people, Baltimore is a perfect place.

Some of the most popular destinations for visitors and tourists are the places that the locals also enjoy on a daily basis. This includes the National Aquarium, Maryland Science Center, and a variety of art centers and museums located around the city.

You will also find some great parks throughout the city which is the perfect place to have fun whether you’re a local or a visitor. Just take time to discover them to enjoy large ponds, fountains and also walking trails and access to natural areas perfect for bird watching and other outdoor activities.

Finally, Baltimore is more popularly known as a major seaport that offers some of the most delicious seafood restaurants in the country.

Maryland Info

Pacific Medical Training course acceptance chart

PMT Baltimore news

June, 2016 — BWI Airport debuts hands-on CPR training kiosk for passengers

Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport on Monday unveiled a new kiosk designed to teach passengers hands-only CPR. A touch screen at the kiosk at Gate B7 provides a five-minute lesson, followed by a practice session and a 30-second CPR test using a rubber mannequin, officials said. The kiosk gives feedback during the lesson on hand placement, pressure and rate of compressions.

Full Story / June, 2016

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