Our ACLS, BLS, and PALS courses satisfy CE requirements for Physicians, Dentists, Nurses, and Pharmacists
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San Jose FAQs
Can I order a San Jose ACLS certification and wait a month before taking the exam?
Yes, you can order your courses and take the exam at a later when you are ready. The courses do not expire. Just save your confirmation email which contains instructions on getting started. If you accidentally delete your confirmation email just contact support and we’ll be happy to send you instructions for getting started.
Is a skills check required for San Jose PALS certification?
No, we do not require a skills check for either PALS certification or recertification.
What should I do if I accidentally deleted my confirmation San Jose BLS email?
Please call us or email customer support. We will be happy to give you instructions for getting started by phone or email.
If you prefer sit-down, in-person training for ACLS, we have you covered.
HeartShare Training Services Inc. / 1101 S Winchester Blvd Suite K230 San Jose, CA 95128-3904
Nurse Education Workshop, Inc. / 1777 Hamilton Ave Ste 2280 San Jose, CA 95125-5409
Rural/Metro Santa Clara County / 1345 Vander Way San Jose, CA 95112
Critical care providers should know
San Jose has several excellent medical centers. Santa Clara Valley Medical Center claims to be the “safety net” because residents without medical coverage can still receive needed medical care. SCVMC is an accredited teaching institution as well with over 150 interns, residents and fellows.
Good Samaritan Hospital has two locations. The main campus is in San Jose and the Mission Oaks campus is in Los Gatos. Good Samaritan is a certified primary stoke center and an accredited chest pain center.
O’Connor Hospital has been operating since 1889 and is located on Forest Avenue. O’Connor has an excellent reputation and advanced technology and a high quality medical staff.
Major hospitals in San Jose
|Stanford Hospital and Clinics||291 Campus Dr E, Stanford, CA 94305||Click to view full-size|
|Santa Clara Valley Medical Center||751 South Bascom Avenue, San Jose, CA 95128||Click to view full-size|
|El Camino Hospital||2500 Grant Road, Mountain View, CA 94040||Click to view full-size|
|Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford||725 Welch Rd, Palo Alto, CA 94304||Click to view full-size|
About San Jose
San Jose was officially founded in 1777, though it was originally known under a longer, more complicated name. Today it is simply known as San Jose and is a part of the region popularly termed Silicon Valley. Since it sits further away from the beach and is almost surrounded by high mountains, the area tends to be hotter and much dryer than other areas of the state. For this reason, the city is known for its desert-like qualities.
Yet, visiting San Jose is nothing what may be expected. There are a variety of amusements that bring in many visitors from all over throughout all seasons of the year. From thrilling go kart race facilities to a rich arts and entertainment culture, there is something for everyone to do here.
One of the most popular attractions is the Paramount Great America theme park. It is a great place for families traveling with children, but there is plenty for adults to do as well. From golf courses and luxuries day spas to some nice shopping destinations, most people will find something to pass the time.
Also, there are many state parks located in or around the city limits. These parks offer beauty sites for relaxation and adventure for local residents, but are visited often by travelers as well.
Many people who visit San Jose are looking to get away from the colder, snow-covered regions of the country during the winter months. Since it is typically warm and dry most of the year it is a nice winter getaway that is usually not overrun with tourists.
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PMT San Jose news
August 15, 2016 — San Jose firefighters to hold hands-only CPR training Saturday at Westfield Oakridge Mall
SAN JOSE — The San Jose Fire Department is holding a “hands-only CPR” training event Saturday inside Westfield Oakridge shopping mall in South San Jose.
San Jose firefighters, along with volunteers from Regional Medical Center, Good Samaritan Hospital, Santa Clara County EMS, Rural Metro Ambulance and the American Heart Association and the San Jose Fire Department, will educate people on “bystander CPR” and common signs and symptoms of a heart attack..