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 and pharmacists

For more information, see our New York state page

New York City FAQs

Do you offer rush delivery on New York City ACLS certificates?

Yes, we have an express shipping option which you can select upon checkout. However, as soon as you successfully pass the NYC ACLS certification test you will be able to download a PDF of your eCard and print it right away. This is a free feature standard in every order.

How quickly can I earn a NYC PALS eCard/certificate?

Each course includes an instant provider eCard you can download as soon as you pass the exam, so you can earn your eCard with our NYC PALS certification or recertification course seven days a week, day or night.

Do you offer New York BLS certification or recertification?

Yes, we now offer online NYC BLS cert and recert courses for medical providers in New York and throughout the United States.

In-person training

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

First Response Advantage, Inc. / 1133 Broadway Ste 619 New York, NY 10010-8085

CPR123 Manhattan / 274 Madison Ave, Suite 701 New York, NY 10016

Training for Life Inc, Manhattan / 139 Fulton St. Suite 316 New York, NY 10038

Critical care providers should know

According to the 2017 New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene report on vital statistics New York residents are living longer. There has been a 1.0 year increase in life expectancy since 2008. In 2017 life expectancy for a New York City resident was 81.2 years.

Death rates are also decreasing. New York City death rates were 7.5 out of 1,000 in 2001, 6.5 in 2009, 6.4 in 2010 and 6.1 in 2013. The top three leading causes of death in New York City are heart disease, cancer and unintentional injury. In 2017 death rates for accidents were 2.6 in 100,000 (a decrease of 33.3% from 2008) and from falls 5.8% in 100,000. Total deaths from alcohol were 1,629 (a 4.1% decrease from the year before). Medical providers in NYC required to carry PALS should be pleased to learn that infant mortality rates continue to decline. In 2010 they were 4.9 per 1,000, and in 2016 they were 4.1 per 1,000.

Since 9/11 New York has made great efforts to prepare residents for emergency situations. For further information on handling extreme emergencies please read Ready New York: Emergency preparedness guide.

Major hospitals in New York City

Hospital name Address Map
Bellevue Hospital Center 462 1st Ave New York, NY 10016 Click to view full-size
Lenox Hill Hospital 100 East 77th Street New York, NY 10075 Click to view full-size
Montefiore Medical Center 969 Park Ave New York, NY 10028 Click to view full-size
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center 1275 York Ave New York NY 10065 Click to view full-size
New York Downtown Hospital 170 William Street New York, NY 10038 Click to view full-size

About New York City

Originally founded in 1624, New York City is one of the most powerful and well known cities in the U.S. It is notorious for its big city urban environment with the largest subway system in the country and streets lined with cab drivers. It has had great influence in the world of fashion as well as worldwide commerce. If there is a state that is the heart of it all, this is definitely it.

Local residents who call the city of New York home range from aspiring actors and actresses and high class socialites to city slum dwellers in the city’s five boroughs. In fact, this city is so diverse that different areas represent both the most luxurious, high class areas in the nation and some of the worst neighborhoods in the nation.

By far the biggest attraction in the city is the Statue of Liberty. Not only do Americans consider it something that must be seen at least once in a lifetime, but it is visited every year by travelers from all over the world as well.

Other attractions center on the arts and entertainment industry with Broadway shows drawing in millions of visitors from all over the world. Visitors also enjoy visiting Times Square, the Bronx Zoo, and watching free live shows in the famous Central Park.

Shopping trips are also popular in New York, NY. Some of the most famous boutiques are located on the famous Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue. Shopping trips also usually include destinations such as Brighton Beach and Jackson Heights.

Accommodations in New York range from the largest upscale luxury hotels and resorts to small motels and rental apartments. Even the smallest apartment in the city is extremely expensive to live in, which makes rentals higher priced as well.

New York info

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PMT New York City news

November 1, 2023 — Bx9 bus operator becomes MTA hero with quick CPR action

This week, Felix Checo, a Bx9 bus operator, is hailed as the MTA Hero. On October 3, Checo received a distressing report while driving the Bx9 bus—a passenger had lost consciousness. Without hesitation, Checo secured the bus, ensured the safety of passengers, and rushed to aid the unconscious individual. Dialing 911, he was instructed by the dispatcher to administer chest compressions and CPR due to EMS delay caused by traffic. Fortunately, minutes later, EMS arrived, transporting the passenger to the hospital. NYPD later informed the bus department that the passenger had regained consciousness, crediting Checo’s swift actions aboard the bus.

Full Story / November 1, 2023

May 14, 2020 — Teen’s CPR saved brother’s life who suffered a cardiac arrest

An 8-year-old suffered cardiac arrest, probably due to COVID-19. Jayden Hardowar’s family while observing social distancing were alarmed when he developed a fever in late April. While he seemed to have improved he collapsed on 29th April. Tyron, 15 years old, promptly provided CPR. Jayden was taken to the hospital where he spent 3 days on a ventilator. Doctors diagnosed COVID-19 antibodies that triggered his Brugada syndrome.

Full Story / May 14, 2020

March 8, 2018 — Husband saves wife who just gave birth

Luke Benrud was the hero of the day. He was resting with his wife who just gave births a few weeks ago when suddenly, Andrea Benrud dropped to the floor with no breathing. Luke remembered the training he received and started administering CPR to her until paramedics arrived to take care of the situation.

Full Story / March 8, 2018