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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Course acceptance

Our ACLS, BLS, and PALS courses satisfy CE requirements for nurses, dentists, and pharmacists

For more information, see our Arizona state page

Phoenix FAQs

Can I print my Phoenix ACLS eCard from home?

Yes, as soon as you pass the ACLS certification exam you can print the eCard. You will be able to download an instant provider eCard in PDF from which you can view and print with the free Adobe Reader program.

What differences are there on the Phoenix PALS since the last time I took it?

If you haven’t taken the PALS since 2019 then you’ll most likely notice changes in resuscitation, respiratory distress, and treatment algorithms. Please take some time in our study section to review all sections to make sure you are up to date.

Is the Phoenix BLS AHA based?

Our ACLS, PALS & BLS courses follow 2020 American Heart Association guidelines for CPR and ECC.

In-person training

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

Safety on Site Training / 4802 E Ray Rd #23-384 Phoenix, AZ 85044-6417

PAR — East Phoenix, Oasis Hospital / 750 N 40th Street Phoenix, AZ 85008

Gateway Community College / 108 N 40th St Respiratory Care Phoenix, AZ 85034-1704

Critical care providers should know

Phoenix typically registers 3–4 consecutive months where the temperature is above 100 degrees. In the summer months critical care providers should be prepared to recognize and treat heat exhaustion and dehydration. In 2019 there were a total of 27 heat induced deaths. Heat related deaths predominately occurred to white men 45 years of age or older.

Mortality rates in Phoenix have steadily declined since 1999. Heart disease, cancer and accidental deaths remain leading causes of death in Phoenix.

Although Phoenix is renowned for a dry climate, the air quality and high heats inside the city can cause respiratory problems. The Phoenix valley is a large and sprawling metropolis and transit times to the nearest hospital can be lengthy. The population of Phoenix and the surrounding cities is older than the national average because of the warm weather and seasonal attributes. Medical care providers should expect to treat more elderly patients in Phoenix.

Major hospitals in Phoenix

Hospital name Address Map
Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center 1111 East McDowell Road, Phoenix, AZ 85006 Click to view full-size
Mayo Clinic hospital 5777 East Mayo Boulevard, Phoenix, AZ 85054 Click to view full-size
St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center 350 West Thomas Road, Phoenix, AZ 85013 Click to view full-size
St. Luke’s Medical Center 1800 East Van Buren Street, Phoenix, AZ 85006 Click to view full-size
Phoenix Children’s Hospital 1919 East Thomas Road, Phoenix, AZ 85006 Click to view full-size

About Phoenix

Officially established as a city in 1881, Phoenix is currently the capital of Arizona. Though it does have a couple months per year where the temperatures can drop below the freezing point, most of the time this is a very dry, extremely hot city that receives very little rainfall. This climate is what makes it a popular travel destination for Americans who want to escape the snowy weather that covers many other states in winter.

Due to its location in the southwestern region of the U.S, many travelers think of deserts and cactus when they imagine visiting this city. While there definitely are cactus and tons of sun, this city is also home to one of the most extravagant luxury resorts in the country, the Biltmore Resort and Spa. Every luxury you could imagine is right here on the grounds of this resort, which is why it is frequented by the stars and even the U.S. presidents.

Yet, there are some benefits to the hot, dry climate in this city. For instance, it has one of the country’s few theme parks in operation year round. Castles N’ Coasters draws in vacationing families and tourists from afar twelve months a year with all of the typical amusement park rides, including a roller coaster.

Hikers and other outdoor enthusiasts are also drawn in by the city’s mountain ranges. Camelback Mountain is the most visited area, especially for more experienced hikers who want to climb to the highest point in the city. There also some trails and amusements for less experienced hikers.

Other amusements that travelers enjoy include botanical gardens, art centers, and a variety of interesting museums.

Arizona info

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