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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10% off with 2 courses, 15% off with 3

Add one course for 10% off

10% multiple course discount is applied, add one more course for the 15% discount

15% multiple course discount is applied

Course acceptance

Our ACLS, BLS, and PALS courses satisfy CE requirements for physicians, dentists, nurses, EMS workers, tattoo artists and pharmacists

For more information, see our New Mexico state page

Charlotte FAQs

Can you email a copy of my new Charlotte ACLS certification?

Sure, our instant eCard system will allow you to download a copy of your eCard as soon as you pass the exam 24/7. If you’d like another copy of your instant eCard just let our customer service know you’d like a copy sent via email and we’ll send it as soon as possible.

How long should I expect to take the Charlotte PALS?

The PALS course is our most thorough course. We recommend you reserve an hour of time for the actual certification exam. Study times will vary per individual.

Does the Charlotte BLS price include a PDF eCard and shipping of the hard copy?

Yes, all of our pricing is inclusive. It also includes access to a Charlotte BLS study course and up to three exam takes.

Where can I find in person training

Carolinas HealthCare System / 1200 Blythe Blvd Charlotte, NC 28203

Intensive Medical Inc. / 9700 Research Drive Charlotte, NC 28262

Intensive Medical-Charlotte Area Division / 9700 Research Dr. Charlotte, NC 28262

Critical care providers should know

Every four years the Mecklenburg Healthy Carolinians and the Mecklenburg County Health Department conduct an extensive survey of the health of the county called a Community Health Assessment (CHA). In 2010 the survey revealed some noteworthy discoveries:

There were nine priorities that the Mecklenburg County Health Department identified based on the CHA. They include prevention of chronic diseases (such as heart disease) through healthy behaviors, better access to health care, environmental health (healthy neighborhoods, communities), substance abuse prevention and care, violence prevention, injury prevention, mental health awareness and treatment, responsible sexual behavior, and maternal child health.

Major hospitals in Charlotte

Hospital name Address Map
Carolinas Medical Center 1000 Blythe Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28203 Click to view full-size
Presbyterian Hospital 200 Hawthorne Lane, Charlotte, NC 28204 Click to view full-size
Carolinas Medical Center — Mercy 2001 Vail Avenue, Charlotte, NC 28207 Click to view full-size

About Charlotte

In 1768, Charlotte was originally declared a town and it has not stopped growing and thriving since. It remains a main cultural center in the U.S. with lots of outdoor activities as well as a thriving arts and cultural community. It is one of the most loved and travelled to destinations for Americans who want a taste of luxury and refined culture on vacation or day trips.

This is another city that is well known for its rich NASCAR racing tradition. Racing is definitely an ingrained part of life in North Carolina and many of the most reputable speedways happen to rest in this city. Yet, there is a lot more to do in this city than hit the track.

Carowinds is the major theme park in the city and draws in a regular crowd of locals as well as many visitors throughout the summer months. It is one of the biggest family attractions in the city.

For outdoor adventure-seekers, the U.S. National Whitewater Center is more than enough to quench the thirst for water, fun, and thrilling excitement. Besides whitewater rafting and canoeing, this huge park features a variety of outdoor amusements such as mountain biking, trail running, and climbing. This is a nationally recognized training facility for extreme sports where top professional athletes and amateurs enjoy the outdoors side by side.

North Carolina info

Pacific Medical Training course acceptance chart

PMT Charlotte news

September 5, 2012 — Helpful heart-healthy recommendations

The Carolinas Medical Center gives some helpful recommendations on keeping a healthy heart. For instance, a person should never have more than 1 teaspoon of sodium per day and should exercise for 30 minutes for at least 5 days of the week.