Our ACLS, BLS, and PALS courses satisfy CE requirements for Physicians, Dentists, Nurses, and Pharmacists
For more information, see our Michigan state page
Do you have an ACLS office in Detroit?
No, we are not located in Detroit because our service is online. You will not be required to attend a physical location in Detroit or any city. You can take the full Detroit ACLS course from the comfort of your home.
How long will the Detroit PALS be good for?
Each of our courses, including both PALS certification and recertification courses, is good for 2 years from the day you pass the exam.
Do you guarantee the Detroit BLS?
Yes, each course comes with a money back guarantee. Please see our FAQs page for details.
Where can I find in person training
Henry Ford Detroit Hospital / 2799 W Grand Blvd Detroit, MI 48202-2608
Detroit Medical Center / 4201 St. Antoine Detroit, MI 48201
St. John’s Hospital & Medical Center / 22101 Moross Laurie T Swoish TCC Detroit, MI 48236-2167
Critical care providers should know
The Henry Ford Medical Group is located in Detroit. It is one of the nation’s largest group practices with over 1,000 physicians. The breadth of services and academia offered by The Henry Ford Medical Group is unsurpassed. The group was founded in 1915 and is so large that one third of all physicians in Michigan were trained by HFMG.
The Detroit Medical Center operates a number of hospitals and medical centers in the metro area. St. John’s Providence is another large medical establishment that offers clinical services.
Detroit’s weather can be serious and during the winter months residents are exposed to cold, snow and ice. Those exposed to cold may show signs of hypothermia.
Major hospitals in Detroit
|Harper University Hospital||3990 John R Street, Detroit, MI 48201||Click to view full-size|
|Beaumont Hospital||468 Cadieux Road, Grosse Pointe, MI 48230||Click to view full-size|
|Henry Ford Hospital||2799 West Grand Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48202||Click to view full-size|
|Sinai Grace Hospital||6071 West Outer Drive, Detroit, MI 48235||Click to view full-size|
|Detroit Receiving Hospital||4201 Saint Antoine Street, Detroit, MI 48201||Click to view full-size|
Founded in 1701, Detroit has had two major influences on the United States: the music industry as illustrated by its nickname “Motown” and the automobile industry as adorned by the nickname “Motor City”. This is the main location within the United States for automobile production, and in 2009, a serious economic crisis hit the industry and the city as a whole quite hard.
One of the biggest tourist destinations inside the city limits is the revitalized Detroit Riverfront. This area includes city parks, lines of shops, restaurants, and scenic vistas that stretch over a wide area along the river. This is where locals as well as visitors go to walk around, shop, dine out, and relax.
There are also many museums that interest travelers engrossed in learning about the legacy of the American automotive industry or about other historical events. The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History also draws in a dependable crowd.
For families and those looking for more excitement, there is always the Fallsview Indoor Waterpark, which delivers all of the wet and wild fun of an outdoor water park with the protection of a tall ceiling.
For those lured in by the musical fame of Motown, some must-see attractions include the Motown Historical Museum and the Fox Theater. There are also many other famous venues where music concerts are held almost on a daily basis. This makes the city one of the most attended U.S. destinations for some of the biggest and most popular bands on tour.
For the most part, local citizens have been drawn to Detroit for the massive amounts of jobs created by the automotive industry and tourists have been drawn in by the allure of Motown. Those two industries are the biggest claims to fame for this American city, so the economic crisis in the automotive industry in 2009 was a huge blow to the city’s economy.
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PMT Detroit news
August 20, 2013 — Detroit paramedic had his own heart attack while giving CPR to man having heart attack
While a Paramedic was performing CPR on a patient…. He began to have one himself!! Doctors says that chances of this happening are a million to one. Also, the Paramedic is thankful he was in the position he was in… already headed to the hospital.
September 17, 2015 — Type 2 diabetes pill Jardiance cuts death risk
Jardiance sharply reduced chances of dying in diabetic patients at high risk of heart complications, a study shows, making the medication the first shown to lengthen diabetics’ lives.