Online ACLS Recertification

Up to 8 AMA credits each (see below)

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PMT City News

June 23, 2016 - Friend’s CPR helped save teen after shock, fall from bridge

MINNEAPOLIS (KMSP) - Doctors at Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis say the CPR provided by friends of Daniel Fleigle helped save the 16-year-old’s life after he was shocked by an electrical wire and fell 30 feet from the Old Sartell Bridge last week. “Thanks to the lifesaving CPR performed by his friends at the scene and excellent rescue and pre-hospital care, 16-year-old Daniel Fleigle is making a remarkable recovery at our Level I Pediatric Trauma Center after being electrocuted and critically injured from a fall on June 15”. https://www.fox9.com/news/165011333-story

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Course Acceptance

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

For more information, see our Minnesota state page

Minneapolis FAQs

What is the advantage of taking the Minneapolis ACLS online?

You can complete the course and exam at your own pace and in the comfort of your home.

Who wrote your Minneapolis PALS course?

All of our courses were written by AHA trained professionals who regularly maintain and update the course and examination material as dictated by changes in the AHA guidelines as they occur.

Can I call your customer service department to help me place an order for the Minneapolis BLS?

Of course! You can call our customer service department with any questions you have. If you are having trouble with a purchase or any other problem we are always available to help.

In-person training

If you prefer sit-down, in-person training for ACLS, we have you covered.

Fairview Health Services / 2450 Riverside Avenue Minneapolis, MN 55454

North Memorial EMS Education / 3435 W Broadway, Suite 1801 Minneapolis, MN 55422-2880

Allina Health / 2925 Chicago Ave Minneapolis, MN 55407-1321

Critical Care Providers Should Know

Minneapolis in Hennepin County experienced 5,250 premature deaths last year for a County population of over 1,500,000. 17% of adults smoke in Minneapolis and 23% are obese. 6% of the adult population in Minnesota are diabetic. Overall, in comparison to the rest of the nation, Minnesota has a good rating for good health.

The largest hospital in the Twin Cities is Abbott Northwestern. The hospital serves more than 200,000 patients. Services go beyond in-patient and out-patient care. Abbott provides classes to help residents lead healthy lives and reduce health risks. Abbott was recently recognized in 2011 by U.S. News and World Report as one of the top hospitals in the area with special recognition given to their services in cancer, diabetes, endocrinology and other specialties.

Another hospital that was recognized by U.S. News and World Report in the area was University of Minnesota Medical Center. Nationally, UMMC ranked 8th in pediatric services. With nine out of 16 adult specialties receiving nationally rankings, UMMC was highlighted as one of the nation’s best hospitals. UMMC also has been praised for expertise and service in cardiology & heart surgery, geriatrics and gynecology.

Major Hospitals in Minneapolis

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University of Minnesota Medical Center

2450 Riverside Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55454

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Abbott Northwestern Hospital

800 East 28th Street Minneapolis, MN 55407

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Mercy Hospital

4050 Coon Rapids Boulevard Northwest, Minneapolis, MN 55433

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Hennepin County Medical Center

6601 Shingle Creek Pkwy # 400, Minneapolis, MN 55430

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Children’s Hospital and Clinics of Minneapolis

2525 Chicago Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55404

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About Minneapolis

In 1867, Minneapolis officially became a part of the state of Minnesota. Today, it is a bustling urban environment with many active businesses operating within the city. The winter months are quite cold and can be very dry, but the summer months become warm to uncomfortably hot.

While much of the city comprises of large office buildings with some heavy focus on the timber industry, there are some key attractions that bring in millions of visitors to what would otherwise be a boring city.

For instance, Minneapolis is the lucky home of the Mall of America, which has become famous all over the world. It covers over 4 million square foot and offers visitors much more than premier shopping experiences. It includes an indoor amusement park, complete with a ferris wheel and roller coaster. This is a mall that takes at least a day if not two or three to fully explore.

Other features in this city tend to be reflective of what you will find in literally every other American city. There is a zoo and a variety of museums, some aimed at historical themes and others at children.

For outdoor adventure, the premier destination is Lake Calhoun. Here, visitors as well as locals can go for a walk, swim, or go out on the water in a canoe or rented boat. Sailing and wind surfing can also be enjoyed during certain times of the year.

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