Our ACLS, BLS, and PALS courses satisfy CE requirements for Physicians, Nurses, Pharmacists and EMS workers
For more information, see our Texas state page
Fort Worth FAQs
Is the Fort Worth ACLS recertification valid in Dallas?
Pacific Medical Training’s certifications are accepted nationally. If you will be moving soon you will still be able to use our certification at your new job in Dallas or elsewhere.
Should I have received a registration email for the Fort Worth BLS course?
Yes, as soon as your order is complete you will receive instant access to the online training material and exam. We will also automatically send out an email with instructions if you’d like to start at a later time. If you are missing it, please look in your inbox or junk/spam folder (or you might have accidentally deleted it). If you cannot find the Fort Worth BLS email please let our customer service department know so we can send you a new one immediately.
Where can I find in person training
Cook Childrens Hospital / 801 7th Ave Fort Worth, TX 76104-2733
RC Health Services Fort Worth / 6421 Camp Bowie, Suite 403 Fort Worth, TX 76116
Texas Health Southwest Hospital / 6100 Harris Parkway Fort Worth, TX 76132
Critical care providers should know
Fort Worth and the Texas Department of Health work together to provide “ten essential services” which include monitoring, investigating, and educating on health issues and problems. The departments continually evaluate and research new methods for delivering better health services.
The leading causes of death in Fort Worth are:
Heart disease (22.8%)
Cerebrovascular Disorder (6.2%)
Chronic Lower Respiratory Disease (5.8%)
Some noteworthy educational programs include a diabetes initiative “Diabetes Awareness and Prevention Education” and a chronic disease prevention series that focus on educating and preventing chronic diseases such as asthma, diabetes, heart disease, hypertension and obesity. The nutritional programs include the series “Choose My Plate” that focuses on combating obesity and helps to create healthy eating styles that help to reduce the incidence of heart disease, diabetes, and cancer
Major hospitals in Fort Worth
|Baylor All Saints Medical Center at Fort Worth||1400 8th Avenue, Fort Worth, TX 76104||Click to view full-size|
|Plaza Medical Center||900 8th Ave Fort Worth, TX 76104||Click to view full-size|
|Texas Health Harris Medical Methodist Hospital||1301 Pennsylvania Avenue, Fort Worth, TX 76104||Click to view full-size|
|Kindred Hospital — Fort Worth||815 8th Avenue, Fort Worth, TX 76104||Click to view full-size|
About Fort Worth
Fort Worth originally began as an army outpost in 1849. This city, much like Texas a whole, has been entrenched in near constant battles from within the U.S. as well as with its southern neighbor, Mexico. Today, it is a city rich with historic relevance that attracts many visitors year round.
It must be noted that Fort Worth is not as hot all year round as some of the more southern cities are. It does get cold during the winter months and is prone to regular threats of tornadoes.
This city has a reputation for being the Wild Wild West, rich with cowboys, taverns, and rodeos. While this is part of the historical beauty of the region, the city today also offers a very rich cultural and artistic community.
The western history of the city is definitely embraced through many historical museums, such as the historic structures still standing at Log Cabin Village, and the remaining ranches which sprawl around the city, still operating as years in the past. Visitors can explore the Heritage Trails, the Grapevine Vintage Railroad, or see many stock shows and horseback riding events.
Yet, there is a balance to all of this historical cowboy activity. There are many luxury hotels that grace the city, and visitors can enjoy fine dining and art museums just as readily as they can the coliseum or a dude ranch.
Fort Worth is definitely a modern urban environment that has managed to keep up with the times without losing site of its humble beginnings.
PMT Fort Worth news
September 7, 2012 — $105 Million proton therapy facility headed to dallas-fort-worth metroplex
Construction is set to begin in 2013 on what will be “one of the world’s most advanced proton therapy centers.” The 50,000 sq. ft. facility will provide pediatric and adult cancer patients advanced treatment with fewer side effects. It is destined to become a highly sought after destination for patients in need of advanced cancer care services. See the