Course acceptance

South Atlantic Region course acceptance

This chart lists major cities in the South Atlantic region where Pacific Medical Training online emergency education courses are accepted, plus city-specific statistics and related information. Our courses may be used in the South Atlantic Region for required job training.

City PMT courses accepted Critical care statistics Major hospitals
Miami 18% of adults in Miami reported being in poor to fair health
15% of adults smoke regularly
22% were obese
8.5% low birth weight babies
34% of Miami-Dade residents went without health insurance
University of Miami, Jackson Memorial Hospital
Mount Sinai Medical Center
Baptist Hospital of Miami
Mercy Hospital
Miami Children’s Hospital
Metropolitan Hospital
South Miami Hospital
Doctors Hospital
Jacksonville Leading causes of death in Duval County for 2016 were cancer 21%, heart disease 19%, unintentional injury 9.4%, chronic restrictive lung disease 5.4% and stroke 4.8%
Other causes of death: accidents 5%, stroke 4%, intentional injury 4%, diabetes 3%, influenza and pneumonia 2%, Alzheimer’s 2% and HIV/AIDS 1%
Mayo Clinic
Baptist Medical Center
Memorial Hospital
Shands Jacksonville Medical Center
St. Luke’s Hospital
Brooks Rehabilitation Hospital
Atlanta 7,500 premature deaths in Fulton County last year on a population just over 1,033,000
14% of people are in poor to fair health
10.5% of newborns had low birth weight
16% smokers
24% obesity rate
9% diabetes rate
17% participate in heavy drinking
Piedmont Hospital
Emory University Hospital
Northside Hospital
Atlanta Medical Center
Grady Memorial Hospital
St. Joseph’s Hospital
Kindred Hospital
Baltimore 20% of Baltimore County residents felt that their health was fair to poor
36% reported being obese
14% reported having diabetes
36% reported having hypertension
28% reported that someone in the household had asthma
17% reported being uninsured while 23% reported having unmet healthcare needs
28% of surveyed individuals were smokers
6% reported that someone in the household had an alcohol problem, 7% a substance abuse problem
27% reported that they did not know who to contact for help with a drug or alcohol problem
Johns Hopkins Hospital
University of Maryland Medical Center
Franklin Square Hospital Center
Sinai Hospital of Baltimore
St. Agnes Hospital
Good Samaritan Hospital of Maryland
Harbor Hospital
Charlotte Cancer and cardiovascular disease are the leading causes of death
mortality rates from heart disease, cancer, and stroke have been declining over the past 5 years
Teen pregnancy dropped 27% since 1995
Alzheimer’s disease is the 4th leading cause of death
16.5% of the Charlotte residents do not have health insurance
35% of adults had high cholesterol
29% of adults had high blood pressure
64% of adults reported being overweight or obese and 17% smoked
Carolinas Medical Center
Presbyterian Hospital
Carolinas Medical Center
Virginia Beach Chesapeake Regional Medical Center has conducted over 130,000 outpatient visits and 16,800 inpatient check-ins in the past three years Sentara Virginia Beach General Hospital
Bon Secours Health Center at Virginia Beach

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