Online ACLS Recertification

Up to 8 AMA credits each (see below)

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December 16th, 2016 - Neighbors use CPR in attempt to save shooting victim

SAN ANTONIO - Neighbors at the Slate Creek Apartments on the West Side tried to save a shooting victim.

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Course Acceptance

Our ACLS, BLS, and PALS courses satisfy CE requirements for Physicians, Nurses, Pharmacists and EMS workers

For more information, see our Texas state page

San Antonio FAQs

Where are your San Antonio ACLS locations?

We do not have a physical location because we are a national online ACLS certification and re-certification service. Our courses are accepted in San Antonio, in Texas, throughout the United States and internationally.

How quickly can I earn a NYC PALS card?

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

When does the San Antonio BLS expire?

Certifications for the BLS last for two years as do the ACLS and PALS. If it has been over two years since you have had your BLS renewed we recommend you order the original BLS certification and not a recertification as guidelines have changed.

Where can I find in person training

Learn CPR, First Aid & Safety / 5313 Walzem Rd Ste A San Antonio, TX 78218-2171

MA Medical / 3453 N IH 35 Suite 101 San Antonio, TX 78219

NCTI @ AMR-San Antonio / 11911 Radium San Antonio, TX 98216

Critical Care Providers Should Know

A growing Hispanic population means that medical providers working in San Antonio should learn or be familiar with Spanish. In 2009 the leading causes of death in Bexar County and San Antonio were heart disease, cancer, olower respiratory disease, and cerebrovascular diseases. Hispanic females have the longest life expectancy of 83.2 in San Antonio which is quite similar to the national average.

Since 2001 Bexar County’s birth rate has increased 12%. In that same time period low birth weight babies increased 1.2% and is currently at 9.3% of the birth population. The U.S. average is 8.2%. A baby born weighing less than 2,500 grams is considered low birth weight.

Major Hospitals in San Antonio

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University Hospital

4502 Medical Drive,  San Antonio, TX 78229

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Baptist Medical Center

111 Dallas St,  San Antonio, TX 78205

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Southwest Texas Methodist Hospital

7700 Floyd Curl Drive,  San Antonio, TX 78229

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Christus Santa Rosa Children’s Hospital

333 North Santa Rosa Street  San Antonio, TX 78207

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Southwest General Hospital

7400 Barlite Boulevard,  San Antonio, TX 78224

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About San Antonio

San Antonio is one of the richest cities in the union in terms of historical importance. The famous Battle of the Alamo was fought in this location and the memorial remains a big tourist attraction to this day. While the desert and mountains are a big part of life in Texas as a whole, San Antonio is actually a city bustling with urban life these days.

Most people who visit this city go for the big theme park attractions. The most popular right now are Sea World and Six Flags Fiesta Texas, but there are others worth mentioning like Splashtown Water Park. Those who come to these parks also make frequent side trips to the unique museums in the area, including the Plaza Wax Museum and the Guinness World Record Museum. The San Antonio Zoo is another popular attraction for travelers from all over.

There are also plenty of museums and other sightseeing opportunities for those interested in American history. Besides the famous Alamo site, there are also a variety of botanical gardens, riverwalks, saloons, and natural caverns.

Many of these attractions can be seen on a single vacation, offering an almost endless variety of vacation options for families, groups, or individuals.

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