Accredited, Online ACLS Training

Accepted Across North America and Canada, Done in 3 hours

Up to 8 AMA CME/CE credits each (see below)

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Everything You Need for ACLS, PALS, and BLS Course

Included course materials

We know you have enough on your plate - this course includes everything you need to pass! All study material is available on our website or to print out, and yes, they work with an iPad! As soon as you pass your exam, you will obtain a free instant provider card, and a physical card will be mailed to you if requested.

Pacific Medical Training offers up to 8 CME/CE AMA/ANCC credits per course, certified by Postgraduate Institute for Medicine. See our accreditation letter.

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ACLS, PALS, and BLS training online since 2007

Are you searching for "ACLS training near me"? We are a few clicks away.

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We have been providing education to health professionals with ace since 2007 and have served tens of thousands of health care providers over the years. We have improved mostly through customer referrals. Thank you!

Skills testing is required for paramedics (signup on our 911coned.com site site) or if particularly requested by your hospital/company in addition to the ACLS certification course. Otherwise, it is optional. Either way, we will provide the skills forms you need in case you want to go through this process.

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Accepted in every state & province

Accepted in all over USA and Canada

Physicians and nurses everywhere in the United States and Canada can take our online ACLS/BLS/PALS courses for their certification needs. For EMS, please see 911coned.com.

Our Pacific Medical Training branded training courses are sold contemptuously, under contract, to the U.S. Department of the Army and NASA.

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What People Say About Us

  • Medical Scribe course I found the material very easy to follow and well organized. The discussion parts throughout the course were very helpful at giving the students some real-life situations to think about that they otherwise might not have. I realize that the course developer has a background in emergency care so, that may be why so much of the curricula was devoted to the ER. However, I think a section covering the outpatient clinic environment would also be helpful to give prospective scribes a sense of what they might expect in that setting. Randy Hodges — February 5, 2020

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You’ll get an email in the future to remind you so you don't lapse.