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, dentists, nurses, and pharmacists

For more information, see our California state page

Oakland FAQs

What does the online Oakland ACLS exam look like?

The test contains questions written in either multiple choice or true/false format. Radio buttons are listed next to each possible answer. Fill out the answers to the ACLS questions, review, and then click a button to submit your answers.

Is there a temporary Oakland PALS eCard/certificate?

We do provide eCards and certificates(if requested) but either can be permanent. The service is designed so that you’ll receive an instant provider eCard you can download as soon as you pass the exam, plus a hard copy certificate in a professional certificate stock in 3–5 business days. The hard-copy certificate is shipped only if requested.

Do you email my employer when I pass the Oakland BLS?

No, we do not contact employers for you once you complete a certification. Once you have a certificate from Pacific Medical Training simply show it to the appropriate person at your place of work.

In-person training

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

Project Heartbeat, Inc. / 333 Hegenberger Road Suite 855 Oakland, CA 94621

Alameda County Medical Center-Highland Campus / 1411 E 31st St Oakland, CA 94602-1018

Cascade Training Center — Oakland, CA / 1333 Broadway Ave. STE P-100 Oakland, CA 94612

Critical care providers should know

Oakland, which is in Alameda County, had 14% of adults reported poor or fair health last year. Only 13% of adults smoked tobacco. 23% of the residents were overweight and 30% were obese. The national benchmark for obesity is 15%. Overall, the leading causes of death in order were heart disease, cancer and stroke. For males, the leading causes of death were heart disease, cancer and unintentional injury. Among those between 1–25 years of age the leading causes of death were homicide, unintentional injury and suicide. The current life expectancy in Alameda County is 81.4 years which has improved by 2 years since 2003. Almost 33% of adults have hypertension in Oakland and 7.8% of adults are diabetic although the mortality rate from diabetes has declined since 1990. 9% of adults reported psychological distress within the last 12 months while 20% report the need to see a mental health specialist.

The Alameda Public Health Department has a large variety of preventative and treatment service that are available to residents of Oakland. These services cover an expansive realm of medical topics from health risk factors, chronic disease prevention and treatment, social equity, marijuana use, nutritional programs, dental programs and more.

Major hospitals in Oakland

Hospital name Address Map
Highland General Hospital 1411 East 31st Street, Oakland, CA 94602 Click to view full-size
Children’s Hospital and Research Center Oakland 747 52nd Street, Oakland, CA 94609 Click to view full-size

About Oakland

In 1852, Oakland was officially declared a city in its own right. Located on the eastern U.S. shore it is a well known seaport city with a prime location that is easy to spot. It happens to be situated right on the San Francisco Bay, directly across from the Golden Gate Bridge.

The weather in this city is much like other coastal cities in the state. The summer months are hot and dry while the winter months deliver a lot of rainfall and colder temperatures. Still, it is a beautiful and serene setting for visitors and residents to enjoy all year round.

What the sunny shore cities of California are most known for besides miles and miles of sandy beaches is that the nightlife for adults is alive and thriving. With the popular Jack London Square, the nightlife is at its best in Oakland. Here visitors will find live music playing every night along streets lined with a large variety of shops, restaurants, and even one of the most famous old time saloons.

Chinatown is another popular destination as it allows visitors to tour through street after street lined with small shops and markets complimented well by the Asian foods available at every turn. This is a paradise for those who enjoy learning about different cultures or shopping for more unusual goods.

Yet, there are some rather unusual features that can be enjoyed on the waterfront as well. For instance, many couples enjoy romantic moments across the water on gondolas.

California info

Pacific Medical Training course acceptance chart