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. Our courses may be used for required job training in the West Pacific region.

West Pacific Region
City PMT Courses Accepted Critical Care Statistics Major Hospitals
Seattle
  • 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
Portland
  • 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
Fresno
  • Chronic disease accounts for 75% of health care costs
  • St. Agnes Medical Center
  • Children’s Hospital Central California
  • Community Regional Medical Center
Sacramento
  • 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
Oakland
  • 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
Honolulu
  • No data
  • Straub Clinic and Hospital
  • Kaiser Permanente Moanalua Hospital
  • Hawaii Medical Center East
  • Kuakini Medical Center
  • Urgent Care Clinic of Waikiki