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 Virginia state page

Virginia Beach FAQs

Are Virginia Beach ACLS test results private?

Yes, we do not share or publicly post your test results. When you pass the VB ACLS you will visit a confirmation page and can download your personal Pacific Medical Training ACLS eCard.

Do you have a classroom course for the Virginia Beach PALS?

Our services from preparation to examination are completely online and we do not currently offer classroom services in Virginia Beach.

Do I need a printer once I receive my Virginia Beach BLS?

If you’d like to print the PDF eCard which we provide after you pass the BLS you will need a printer. If you do not have a printer you can forward the PDF to your email address and print it later from a different location. You will also receive a hard copy provider certificate in the mail from Pacific Medical Training in about 3–5 business days, if requested.

In-person training

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

Virginia Beach EMS / Fire/EMS Training Center 927 S Birdneck Rd Virginia Beach, VA 23451

Critical care providers should know

Sentara Virginia Beach General Hospital is home of the Sentara Heart Center and the only level III trauma center in the region. Sentara has provided health and clinical services for over 40 years.

Chesapeake Regional Medical Center {CRMC} provides Southeast Virginia residents technologically advanced health services through Chesapeake General Hospital and its affiliates. The mission of CRMC is to improve the quality of life in the community. The CRMC values medical ethics, individualism, communities, innovation and excellence in health care above all. In the past 12 months CRMC has conducted over 130,000 outpatient visits and 16,800 in patient check-ins. The CRMC provides accredited services in cancer, diagnostics and testing, heart care, neurosciences, sleep disorders, weight loss and surgery.

The Virginia Beach Department of Public Health integrates and operates state and local policies that affect the overall health of the community. Many policies seek to provide better education of health risks that lead to chronic disease and promote healthy eating, activity and life style choices. The Virginia Beach Department of Public Health’s website can be found.


Major hospitals in Virginia Beach

Hospital Name Address Map
Sentara Virginia Beach General Hospital 1060 First Colonial Road, Virginia Beach, VA 23454 Click to View Full-Size
Bon Secours Health Center at Virginia Beach 828 Healthy Way, Virginia Beach, VA 23462 Click to View Full-Size

About Virginia Beach

Situated right on the Atlantic Ocean on the eastern border of the United States, Virginia Beach is a major tourist attraction. Since it is naturally blessed with miles of beautiful beaches, it has become a major destination for vacationing Americans as well as visiting travelers from other parts of the world.

There is a wide array of available accommodation on Virginia Beach, ranging from large resorts right on the beach to rental houses, apartments, and smaller motels located further from the ocean. Depending on the distance to the ocean and the season chosen for the visit, the price of staying in this city can vary considerably.

Shopping and first class dining experiences are also abundant throughout the city. In certain areas, visitors can even attend waterside marketplaces to shop while still enjoying the beauty of the shoreline.

Yet, there is a lot more to do in this city than soak up the sun and sand. Norfolk is a very popular destination for tourists who want to get a closer look into the world of the U.S Navy. It allows visitors to actually walk on a real World War II war ship and do a variety of other Navy-themed activities.

While Virginia Beach is very much a large resort time that thrives on tourism today, it still has a rich history which is displayed through historical sites and landmarks.

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PMT Virginia Beach news

Virginia Beach teachers get hands-on CPR training from Red Cross in wake of NFL player collapse

The Virginia Beach City Public Schools have partnered with the Red Cross to provide hands-only CPR training to educators in more than 80 schools. The training comes after a teacher requested a refresher for themselves and their colleagues following an NFL player’s collapse. The Red Cross is teaching the educators how to perform CPR on a person who has collapsed and requires emergency care, including instructing them on how to call 911 and use the correct technique. The training includes practicing CPR on pool noodles to simulate a person’s chest.

Full Story / March 10, 2023

‘PulsePoint’ CPR app back in Virginia Beach to mobilize locals for emergencies while first responders en route

Virginia Beach, Va. — The “PulsePoint” app is now available again to Virginia Beach residents, enabling those with CPR training to receive alerts about medical emergencies in close proximity, and potentially help with CPR while first responders are en route. Though the app costs $13,000 per year, funding has been restored through a recent reallocation of funds after it expired in August. Besides tracking emergencies, the app is primarily intended to mobilize CPR-trained individuals. It is free to download and users are asked to report their CPR certification status voluntarily. Additionally, Virginia Beach volunteer rescue squad offers free classes for CPR certification.

Full Story / October 13, 2022

November 15, 2016 — A lesson in CPR and saving lives in Virginia Beach on Coast Live

Virginia Beach, Va. — On coast live we are joined by two of the trained volunteer lifesavers from the volunteer rescue squads of Virginia Beach to show us CPR techniques and the new equipment they use that automates CPR to help keep victims alive in a crisis. With nearly 1,000 volunteers, Virginia Beach has the largest volunteer-based EMS system in the nation. Ten volunteer squads make up the Virginia Beach EMS system and they they are each 501(c)3 nonprofits responsible for purchasing their own equipment, vehicles and uniforms.

Full Story / November 15, 2016