Our ACLS, BLS, and PALS courses satisfy CE requirements for Physicians, Nurses, Pharmacists and Dentists
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Kansas City FAQs
How do I login to the website to start my Kansas City ACLS?
For your convenience, our site doesn’t use a complicated login system. You can access our private KC ACLS study guide and exam by following the instructions sent in the Pacific Medical Training confirmation email. You also won’t be required to remember a password.
What is the best time to take the Kansas City PALS?
You can take the KC PALS anytime you’d like (day, night weekend). You should schedule the exam when you can arrange a quiet hour to yourself with minimal distractions.
My credit card was declined when I tried to purchase a Kansas City BLS?
If you’re credit card was declined you might want to try another card or contact our customer service department to arrange an alternative payment method. We also accept checks.
Where can I find in person training
St. Joseph Medical Center / 1000 Carondelet Dr Kansas City, MO 64114-4673
Research Medical Center / 2316 East Meyer Blvd Kansas City, MO 64132
Kindred Hospital / 8701 Troost Avenue Kansas City, MO 64116
Critical care providers should know
Kansas City, Kansas is located in Wyandotte County. In 2015 Wyandotte County released health data that received some very low rankings. There were over 10,400 premature deaths in Wyandotte County. Citizens that reported fair or poor health was at 19% (the national benchmark is 10%). The rate for babies born with low birth-weight was 8.2% while the national goal remains 6%. 25% of adults smoked. Alarmingly, 36% of adults were obese. The Wyandotte County Public Health Department manages a number of clinical public health services to help improve overall health. They also manage air quality, emergency preparedness, and environmental health.
Health Statistics for Kansas City, Missouri are as follows. There were 287.0 premature deaths in 2020 per 100,000. The number of individuals who reported poor or fair health was 15%. 7.0% of babies born would be classified as low birth-weight. 16.6% of adults smoked. 23.2% of adults would qualify as obese. 9% of adults were uninsured. The City of Kansas City, Mo. Health Department provides a number of free health services to help and improve the community health. The mission of the kCMHD is to protect, preserve and promote the health of area residents. They also work diligently to prevent illness and chronic disease through informational services and policies.
Major hospitals in Kansas City
|University of Kansas Hospital||3901 Rainbow Boulevard, Kansas City, KS 66103||Click to view full-size|
|North Kansas City Hospital||2800 Clay Edwards Drive, N Kansas City, MO 64116||Click to view full-size|
|St. Luke’s Hospital||4401 Wornall Road, Kansas City, MO 64111||Click to view full-size|
|Children’s Mercy Hospital||2401 Gillham Road, Kansas City, MO 64108||Click to view full-size|
|St. Joseph’s Medical Center||1000 Carondelet Drive, Kansas City, MO 64114||Click to view full-size|
About Kansas City
In 1838, Kansas City officially became a city in its own right. It is now the largest city in the state of Missouri and is mostly known for the huge array of fountains located throughout the city. Since there are many different styles of fountains displayed in different areas of the city, it has more than earned the popular nickname “city of fountains”.
For the local community, Kansas City is a major sports community at heart. The city features a major league sports team for national football, soccer, and baseball. It even has a top notch speedway used for professional auto racing.
Much of the attractions of the city lie in the physical landscape as viewed from the top of the Liberty Memorial Tower. This attraction is located at the National World War I Museum and is part of a larger historical tourist site. There are also a variety of museums and art galleries located around the city, making it a nice destination for anyone who enjoys learning about history or viewing unique art.
There are not a lot of tourist attractions located within this city and it is not one of the major destinations for most Americans traveling or going on vacation. It is basically a calm urban environment with an array of local festivities that occur regularly throughout the year.
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PMT Kansas City news
September 14, 2012 — Stress not as bad for heart attacks as thought
The Kansas City Star recently ran a story that examines the relationship between stress and heart disease and heart attacks. It found that people who experience high levels of stress are 25% more likely to contract heart disease heart attack risk is not as high as previously thought.