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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10% off with 2 courses, 15% off with 3

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10% multiple course discount is applied, add one more course for the 15% discount

15% multiple course discount is applied

Course acceptance

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

For more information, see our Oklahoma state page

Tulsa FAQs

Is there a Tulsa ACLS section on the website?

Once you purchase an ACLS certification or recertification you will receive access to our ACLS course section. This section contains the study material for the ACLS and a link to begin the certification exam.

Where is your Tulsa PALS class located?

Currently we are not offering local classes. Our service has been 100% online for several years. You won’t be required to schedule a class on the weekend or at night. You can recertify your PALS from the convenience of your home at any time.

My current Tulsa BLS expired about a month ago, can I recertify it online?

Yes, you can. Simply place the order for a BLS recertification. We don’t require seeing your expired certificate. If you are already expired, you should begin the recertification immediately.

In-person training

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

AHS Hillcrest Medical Center, LLC / 1120 South Utica Ave. Tulsa, OK 74104

Osteopathic Founders Foundation / 8801 South Yale STE. 400 Tulsa, OK 74137

Aero Care Medical Transport Incorporated / 7601 E Apache St Hngr 22 Tulsa, OK 74115-3721

Critical care providers should know

The Tulsa County Health Profile of 2010 provides the most recent review of current community health. Low birth weight babies occurred 8.2% of the time which is in line with both state percentages and national percentages (however the national goal is 6%). Infant mortality rates for Tulsa were higher than both the state and national average by a noticeable amount. The rate was 9.4 per 1,000 births in Tulsa and the national average is 6.8. Adult mortality rates have been declining in Tulsa since the 1980’s. The top five causes of death were heart disease, cancer, stroke, chronic lower respiratory disease and accidents. The heart disease mortality rate was higher than the national average (238.5 to 200.2).

The Tulsa Health Department operates public services that include screenings, immunizations, restaurant reports, flu prevention and health education. North Regional Health and Wellness Center is a new medical center that provides broader access to health services and improved preventative services to the region.

Major hospitals in Tulsa

Hospital name Address Map
St. John’s Medical Center 1923 South Utica Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74104 Click to view full-size
St. Francis Hospital 6161 South Yale Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74136 Click to view full-size
Oklahoma Surgical Hospital 2408 E. 81st Street, Tulsa, OK 74137 Click to view full-size
Meadowbrook Specialty Hospital 3219 South 79th East Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74145 Click to view full-size

About Tulsa

Tulsa has been a city since sometime in the 1800s and has a very rich history of trials. It was once a primary aspect in the American oil industry, but has since turned its economic struggles in other directions. It is located in the area of the United States known as “tornado alley” and has suffered severe damages due to enormous tornadoes in the past.

While much of the city is flat land, there are some mountains and hills located in certain areas as well. These areas provide state parks and outdoor adventure for locals as well as tourists. The city has invested considerable amounts of funding into developing shopping and other amusements along the hillsides of the city.

This city also has a large presence in the world of auto and stock car racing. The Tulsa Speedway is regularly used for auto races while the Tulsa Raceway is used for stock car racing.

Yet, most people who visit Tulsa, Oklahoma end up catching a show or concert at one of the entertainment venues. Some of the more popular locations for these events include the Brady Theater and the Tulsa Convention Center. The Tulsa Opera and Tulsa Ballet are also popular features with some visitors.

Oklahoma info

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PMT Tulsa news

Importance of BLS and CPR highlighted after Buffalo Bills player’s collapse on field

During a recent Monday Night Football game, Buffalo Bills player Damar Hamlin collapsed on the field, causing concern among viewers. Quick action from athletic trainers and first responders helped save his life. Union High School’s head athletic trainer, Dan Newman, emphasized the importance of recognizing and responding to emergency situations, such as cardiac arrest, head or neck injuries, and heat stroke. All of Union’s athletic trainers are certified in CPR and basic life support (BLS), and other schools in Oklahoma also require BLS certification for their trainers. Newman urged people to be prepared for emergencies and to take CPR and BLS classes from organizations such as the American Heart Association and the Red Cross.

Full Story / January 05, 2023

Tulsa County deputy’s heroic act of saving man’s life captured on body camera video

A Tulsa County deputy, Sgt. Scott Streeter, saved a man’s life who suffered a heart attack at the Tulsa State Fair. The body camera video shows a 59-year-old man in cardiac arrest with a frantic woman running towards the deputies, yelling for help. Streeter took over from a Good Samaritan who had already started doing CPR, and soon after taking over, the man raised his knees. Gradually, streeter was able to restore life into the man’s body. The man is now recovering, and Streeter urges people to stay hydrated in the hot weather. The incident highlights the importance of CPR training and quick thinking in emergency situations.

Full Story / Ocotber 04, 2022