Online ACLS Recertification

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

Add one course for 10% off

Add one course for the 15% three course discount

15% multiple course discount is applied

Up to 8 AMA credits each (see below)

Course acceptance

Our ACLS, BLS, and PALS courses satisfy CE requirements for Physicians, Nurses, Pharmacists and EMS workers

For more information, see our Texas state page

Dallas FAQs

Can you email me my Dallas ACLS certification?

Our service will provide you with A downloadable PDF provider card is available as soon as you pass the online exam. However,if you would like your PDF card by email we can do that. A hard copy wallet provider card is also included with each course. The card is sent only if requested.

Is the PALS Dallas course lengthy?

The PALS course is very comprehensive and we encourage you to spend some time to learn the material before writing the exam. You may study and prepare as long as you want.

I can’t find my Dallas BLS confirmation email.

No problem, just call or email our customer service department and explain that you need a new BLS confirmation email and we’ll generate a new one and send it to you.

Where can I find in person training

Doctors Hospital at White Rock Lake 9440 Poppy Drive Dallas, TX 75218

Saving American Hearts 2137 Butler Street Dallas, TX 76051

Emergency Management Resources 9241 LBJ Freeway, Suite 107 Dallas, TX 75243

Critical care providers should know

Dallas can have some severe weather which can overload emergency responders. Tornados and wildfires can occur yearly in the area. There is also high heat and humidity in the summer months. Dallas has a growing Hispanic population which means medical providers should consider learning Spanish.

Baylor health care system is a premier medical care and education organization. In Dallas Baylor operate the Baylor University Medical Center and in Fort Worth the Baylor All Saints Medical Center. Baylor’s hospitals are almost yearly recognized by U.S. News and World Reports as “Best Hospital”.

Major hospitals in Dallas

Hospital name Address Map
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center 5151 Harry Hines Boulevard, Dallas, TX 75235 Click to view full-size
Baylor University Medical Center 3500 Gaston Avenue, Dallas, TX 75246 Click to view full-size
Parkland Memorial Hospital 5201 Harry Hines Boulevard, Dallas, TX 75235 Click to view full-size
Medical City Dallas Hospital 7777 Forest Ln # C840 Dallas, TX 75230 Click to view full-size
Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas 8200 Walnut Hill Lane Dallas, Texas 75231 Click to view full-size

About Dallas

Dallas officially became a state of Texas in the mid-1800s and has now become one of the most recognized cities in the nation. It is also one of the most exciting cities to visit because you can literally be in the heart of the busy urban city one day and in the calmer, serene environment of the many ranches the next. In fact, many visitors come to the city just for the western life presented with ranch living.

Obviously, horseback riding, attending the rodeo and country line dancing is available in certain areas of the city, but you can also do more urban and historical explorations while visiting Dallas. For instance, many tourists come to see the site where President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. The fun in this is looking up to where the gunman sat and judging between the many different theories of how the actual assassination was carried out.

Yet, what many visitors from within the U.S. go to Dallas for is more relaxing in nature. They come to shop and dine at some of the more luxurious shops and restaurants in the state, and many spend their entire stay at spas which pamper and cater to their clients in every imaginable way.

Whether you go to Dallas to rejuvenate and return to your daily life more beautiful than ever or if you come to get dusty at the rodeo and ride a few horses, there is plenty to do for every traveler.

Texas info


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PMT Dallas news

February 11, 2017 — Save a life campaign 2017

On Saturday February 11 and Sunday February 12, medical students from all 11 Texas medical schools will join forces with cardio-thoracic surgeon Dr. Mehmet Oz, his national non-profit HealthCorps, American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), Emergency Medicine Residents’ Association (EMRA), Texas Medical Association (TMA), Texas Medical Association Foundation (TMAF), Texas College of Emergency Physicians (TCEP), leadership consulting firm MaveRx, health law and consulting firm The Spiers Group, hospitals and medical schools across the state for the 2nd Annual Texas Two Step: Save a Life Campaign. Free hands-only CPR training will be offered over the two days at public sites in Amarillo, Austin, College Station, Dallas, El Paso, Fort Worth, Galveston, Houston, Lubbock, San Antonio, the Valley and Waco.

During 5-minute training sessions, participants will learn how to act quickly in the event of cardiac emergencies by following two easy steps: 1) Call 911 and 2) Initiate hands-only CPR. “These simple tools could make the difference between life or death for someone you love,” says Texas-Two Step board member and University of Texas Medical Branch student Logan Walsh. To find out more, click here.