Pacific Medical Training - Course Acceptance

This chart lists major cities in the West Pacific region where Pacific Medical Training online emergency education courses are accepted, plus city-specific statistics and related information.

West Pacific Region
City PMT Courses Accepted Critical Care Statistics Major Hospitals
  • 12.5% of residents do not have health insurance
  • 9.6% of adults report having unmet medical needs
  • 10.5% of residents report fair or poor health while 5.3% of adults were diabetic
  • Life expectancy in Seattle is 81.5 years
  • 10.6% of adults smoke
  • 56% are overweight and obese
  • 31% do not meet the CDC recommended activity level
  • University of Washington Medical Center
  • Harborview Medical Center
  • Virginia Mason Medical Center
  • Swedish Medical Center
  • Seattle Children’s Hospital
  • Northwest Hospital and Medical Center
  • 24% of deaths in Portland can be attributed to tobacco use
  • Diabetes deaths are increasing
  • Cancer deaths are decreasing
  • Both accidental deaths and suicide deaths have increased
  • Diabetes has increased
  • Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center
  • Oregon Health and Science University
  • Providence St. Vincent’s Medical Center
  • UBH Cedar Hills Hospital
  • Portland VA Medical Center
  • Adventist Medical Center
Los Angeles
  • 47.3% of LA residents are Latino, 30.1% are Caucasian
  • 64.5% of families speak English at home; 26.5% speak Spanish
  • In 2009 the state standard for air quality was not met 172 days of the years (47%)
  • The top 5 causes of death in 2009 were heart disease, stroke, lung cancer, emphysema and pneumonia.
  • 10 million people live in LA County
  • Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center
  • Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
  • USC University Hospital
  • St. Vincent Medical Center
  • City of Hope
  • Good Samaritan Hospital
  • California Hospital Medical Center
  • Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center
  • Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center
  • White Memorial Medical Center
San Diego
  • 2009 self self-diagnosed health status was: 23% excellent, 39% good, 10% fair and 1% poor
  • 6.4% heart disease rate
  • 26% reported high blood pressure
  • 71% of high blood pressure patients were taking medication to control it
  • 8% of residents are diabetic
  • 11% have been told at one point they are asthmatic and 88% reported signs of asthma in the last 12 months
  • Less than 10% diagnosed with cancer
  • 44% of cancer cases are skin cancer; 11% are from cancer of the breast
  • UC San Diego Medical Center
  • Scripps La Jolla Hospitals and Clinics
  • Scripps Mercy Hospital
  • Sharp Memorial Hospital
  • Pomerado Hospital
  • Sharp Coronado Hospital
San Jose
  • Santa Clara Valley Medical Center has over 150 interns, residents, and students
  • Stanford Hospital and Clinics
  • Santa Clara Valley Medical Center
  • El Camino Hospital
  • Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford
San Francisco
  • HIV/AIDS higher than the national average
  • UCSF Medical Center
  • John Muir Medical Center Walnut Creek
  • California Pacific Medical Center
  • John Muir Medical Center Concord
  • St. Mary’s Medical Center
  • Laguna Honda Hospital
  • San Francisco General Hospital
Long Beach
  • Air quality per ozone regulations is not met 14% of the time while particulate matter is above 47%
  • 22% of the Long Beach County is not insured
  • 35% of adults are overweight and 22% are obese
  • 8.7% of adults have been diagnosed with diabetes
  • Pacific Hospital of Long Beach
  • Long Beach Memorial Medical Center
  • VA Long Beach Healthcare System
  • Chronic disease accounts for 75% of health care costs
  • St. Agnes Medical Center
  • Children’s Hospital Central California
  • Community Regional Medical Center
  • UC Davis Health Systems has a staff of over 10,000
  • Sutter Medical Center
  • Mercy General Hospital
  • University of California Davis Medical Center
  • Mercy San Juan Medical Center
  • Kaiser Permanente Medical Center
  • 3% of adults smoke
  • 14% report fair or poor health
  • 23% of the residents were overweight and 30% were obese
  • Leading causes of death in order were heart disease, cancer, and stroke
  • Between 1-25 years of age the leading causes of death were homicide, unintentional injury and suicide
  • Current life expectancy in Alameda County is 81.4 years
  • 33% of adults have hypertension
  • 7.8% of adults are diabetic
  • 9% of adults reported psychological distress within the last 12 months while 20% report the need to see a mental health specialist
  • Highland General Hospital
  • Children’s Hospital and Research Center Oakland
  • St. John Macomb - Oakland Hospital
  • Fairmont Hospital
  • No data
  • Straub Clinic and Hospital
  • Kaiser Permanente Moanalua Hospital
  • Hawaii Medical Center East
  • Kuakini Medical Center
  • Urgent Care Clinic of Waikiki