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

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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, nurses, pharmacists, dentists and EMS workers

For more information, see our Indiana state page

Indianapolis FAQs

What’s the fastest way to recertify my Indianapolis ACLS?

If you feel you are prepared you can start the exam immediately after purchasing the course. You will be able to download your instant provider eCard as soon as you pass the exam for immediate proof of certification.

Can I get an Indianapolis PALS certificate that also shows my ACLS certification?

You will receive one certificate for each course. This is standard practice in the emergency education field.

Where can I find in person training

St. Vincent Hospital / 8220 Naab Rd., suite 200 Indianapolis, IN 46260

RESQ Health & Safety Training / 6845 Madison Avenue, Suite I Indianapolis, IN 46227

Eagle Education Services, LLC / 7526 Stoney Side Lane Indianapolis, IN 46259

Critical care providers should know

The major hospitals in Indy are St. Vincent’s, Winona Memorial and Wishard Health.

Major hospitals in Indianapolis

Hospital name Address Map
Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital 1801 North Senate Boulevard Indianapolis, IN 46202 Click to view full-size
St. Vincent Hospital and Health Center 8333 Naab Road, Indianapolis, IN 46260 Click to view full-size
Wishard Memorial Hospital 1001 West 10th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202 Click to view full-size
Kindred Hospitals — Indianapolis 1700 East 10th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46222 Click to view full-size
Community Hospital North 7150 Clearvista Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46256 Click to view full-size

About Indianapolis

Originally founded in 1821, Indianapolis is currently the capital of the state of Indiana. It is also the largest city currently in the state, but it is not one of the biggest U.S. tourist destinations. It is known for the professional car racing industry, which holds major races at local speedways each year.

For those drawn in by professional racing, there is nowhere better than the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The city also hosts other sporting events, though they tend to be more on the amateur side drawing in a more limited selection of visitors.

Those who do come to Indianapolis tend to steer toward the wide array of museums for entertainment. From a top notch children’s museum that families enjoy to the popular museum of American Indians and Western Art, there is something for everyone as the exhibits are located throughout the city.

There are also some state parks which were designed to preserve some access to natural landscapes for the locals in the industrial heyday of the city. Visitors now enjoy these areas just as much as the locals as a place to relax and enjoy nature.

Yet, most Indianapolis visitors still tend to be drawn in by the allure of the NASCAR racing industry.

Indiana info

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PMT Indianapolis news

June 7, 2016 — Hoosier hospitality employees get CPR training

The people who see the most faces on a weekly basis and entertain Indy’s booming tourism industry learned hands-only CPR at victory field Tuesday. The American Heart Association trained more than 50 people who work downtown at venues including Lucas Oil Stadium, the Indiana Convention Center and various restaurants.

Full Story / June 7, 2016