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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Please select a course to buy!

10% off with 2 courses, 15% off with 3

Add one course for 10% off

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, dentists, and pharmacists

For more information, see our Louisiana state page

New Orleans FAQs

Do I need a password for the online New Orleans ACLS exam?

No, you won’t be required to remember a password when you use our service. After your order for a NOLA ACLS is received we will send you a link that takes you to our private study guide and a link that takes you to the exam.

Do you have restrictions on who can take the New Orleans PALS?

No, there are no restrictions. If you are eligible for a recertification or certification you can access and use our courses.

I need a New Orleans BLS now and an ACLS soon, should I purchase both now?

Yes, that would be the best course of action. You will save 10% by purchasing two courses at once. Just save the ACLS instructional email and when you are ready to begin you can start at anytime.

In-person training

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

LSU Health Sciences Center — New Orleans / 1901 Perdido St New Orleans, LA 70112

Tulane Center for Advanced Medical Simulation and Team Training / 131 S. Robertson St., 3rd Floor New Orleans, LA 70112

Ochsner Medical Center — New Orleans / 1201 South Clearview Parkway Suite 500 New Orleans, LA 70121-2429

Critical care providers should know

Medical providers who have served the community during or after Hurricane Katrina know firsthand the unique difficulties the city faces as it tackles health issues. Many of the residents who needed medical services and health education were hardest hit by the floods. Today, New Orleans is headed in the right direction but the overall health and wellness of the community needs attention, financial assistance and continued support by organizations and policies outside of healthcare.

Health start New Orleans recently received an additional five years of funding from the Health Resources and Services Administration. HSNO is managed and operated by the Health Department of New Orleans. HSNO is a collaborative and multi-faceted program that empowers various organizations, services, and committees to improve long-term health and recovery.

New Orleans remains at risk to both lingering health risks left behind from the Katrina disaster and the threat of future of natural emergencies. The city continues to both recover and prepare emergency services in the case of natural disaster or emergencies. Medical providers are encouraged to visit the City of New Orleans website on Emergency preparedness for more information on plans and programs in the area.

Major hospitals in New Orleans

Hospital name Address Map
Tulane Medical Center 1415 Tulane Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70112 Click to view full-size
Ochsner Baptist Medical Center 2700 Napoleon Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70115 Click to view full-size
River Oaks Hospital 1525 River Oaks Road West, New Orleans, LA 70123 Click to view full-size
Touro Infirmary 3450 Chestnut Street, New Orleans, LA 70115 Click to view full-size

About New Orleans

Founded in 1718, New Orleans is one of the most loved cities in the United States. It is well known for its unique local culture where everything from patterns of speech to popular cuisine is different from the rest of the country. Situated on the southern border of the country right on the Mississippi River, this is one very unique city that has always drawn a lot of visitors.

Today, visiting the city is different than ever before. Due to widespread flooding from a hurricane, the city was totally covered in water with most of the local homes and businesses destroyed. With restoration continually ongoing, the city is taking back its old charm as people return to visit and to live.

Mardi Gras was always the biggest attraction in the city, and it continues to go on as the city undergoes renovations. This is a huge festival where people flash key body parts in the streets, getting colorful strings of beads thrown at them in return. The fun is to get as many strings of beads as possible, or simply to stroll through the crowded streets and watch everyone else partying through the night.

While the active adult nightlife remains a big attraction of the city, there other charms of this unique city as well. For instance, the swamplands are not seen in most other states in the country, so many people are drawn to them. They want to see alligators up close or watch skilled handlers lure the alligators out of the muddy waters. Also, the local cuisine is quite original and is known for its intense spice flavorings. There are some unusual meals that locals serve up to visitors as well.

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