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We are the right place for physician assistants, nurses, and other medical professionals who need ACLS, PALS, or BLS certification in Idaho. We are the oldest provider of online ACLS (Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support) certification and recertification. Our priority is to get you your new ACLS, PALS, or BLS certification quickly and efficiently!
We also understand the need for high-quality and accurate material when taking an ACLS course in Idaho. For that reason, all of our training material is written by experienced medical professionals and updated to reflect current American Heart Association guidelines.
Nurses who are familiar with us already know that they can come to us for their ACLS certification. In Idaho, medical professionals will also be pleased to know that we can help with more of their certification and recertification needs. Not only do we offer top-quality ACLS training, but we now are able to meet your entire certification requirement with our new PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support) and BLS (Basic Life Support) courses. The following courses are available:
We make getting your certification, such as your PALS certification in Idaho, quick and simple. No skills check is necessary in order to receive your ACLS, BLS, or PALS certification or recertification. It’s as easy as signing up, studying up, and passing the test.
Once you pass the test, you will be able to download an instant provider eCard. We will also put your physical certificate in the mail within one business day if requested. This means that you can use our service to take your PALS course in Idaho, for example, and you can become certified 24/7 without the hassle of scheduling a skills test or working around other people’s schedules.
We want all of our customers to be fully satisfied with our BLS, ACLS, and PALS recertification and certification classes, so all of our courses, whether it is an ACLS, PALS, or BLS course in Idaho, come with a 60 days refund guarantee. We offer this unprecedented guarantee simply for your peace of mind.
We will refund 100% of your money if you are unhappy with our courses within the first 60 days.
Don’t wait when it comes to getting your ACLS, PALS, or BLS certification. In Idaho, nursing and other medical professionals can quickly get started online with minimal effort. Sign up for an ACLS, PALS, or BLS course from ACLS Training Center to find out why so many medical professionals are saving time and money by earning their provider eCards online.
If you purchase more than one of our ACLS, BLS, or PALS training courses, our online shopping cart will give you an automatic discount of up to 15%.
If you know that you will need additional certifications in the future, you can save money by purchasing the classes together. Remember, there is no time limit on taking and passing the exam. You can purchase all of the classes you need and take the tests on your own time.
Our BLS course, ACLS course, and PALS course are all accepted in every state of the United States and are accepted in most international countries and regions. That means that once you’ve gotten your ACLS certification in Idaho, you won’t need to get another if you relocate. If for whatever reason you purchase a course and it is not accepted, we offer a 100% money-back guarantee for the first 60 days.
The team at the online ACLS Training Center works hard to stay up to date with new cardiac-related information and practices.
Take a look below at some interesting Idaho ACLS, BLS, and PALS-related medical statistics and current health data about the state of Idaho.
Aside from Hawaii, Idaho residents have the lowest rate of people without health care. Only 11.6% of the population goes without health care. This is significantly lower than the regional leader, Nevada, which is at 21%.
Another health statistic that bodes well for Idaho is low-birth-weight babies. Only 6.5% of babies born in Idaho have low birth weight.
Interestingly, as Idaho is a relatively healthy state, it has a higher than normal rate of people with high cholesterol. In Idaho, 37.2% of the population has high cholesterol, which is higher than the regional average of 36.5%.
The Panhandle Health District in Idaho wants to reduce childhood obesity. They are seeking to achieve this goal by starting a program to help children develop healthy eating habits. Childhood obesity is a growing problem in the United States and can lead to a variety of cardiovascular-related issues. https://www.cdc.gov/obesity/childhood/causes.html
This article includes some helpful tips on administering CPR. Every day, thousands of people are faced with PALS, ACLS, or BLS situations where emergency medical training could mean the difference between saving a life and losing a life. https://carrington.edu/blog/how-to-perform-cpr/
The American Heart Association name is owned by American Heart Association, Inc. ACLS Training Center has no affiliation with American Heart Association.
Apr 26, 2021 -- Bingham County dispatch center collected a 911 call that a 41-year-old woman was collapsed and not responding. Deputy Samantha Cuttlers instructed the caller to initiate the CPR procedure and at the same time dispatched medical units. The EMT later stated that the patient was breathing while she was transported to the hospital. Sheriff Craig Rowland praised Deputy Cuttler's exemplary professionalism, confidence, and competency.
Aug 04, 2019 -- Schoolteacher Melanie Parris Anderson was driving with her daughter and grandkids when she suffered a heart attack and lost consciousness. Fortunately, the first one to stop on the Insterstate to assist her was a nurse who immediately performed CPR to keep blood flowing and supplied with oxygen. The nurse continued to do this until Anderson regained consciousness. Another man came by to help the nurse, then another man stopped to comfort her daughter and the grandkids. First responders arrived shortly and brought her to the University of Utah Hospital in Salt Lake City. After taking a leave from work for 4 months, she was given a clean bill of health and was allowed to go back to teaching.
Jun 29, 2019 -- A 17-year-old boy was riding an ATV by himself that Wednesday morning when the vehicle overturned and pinned him near a ditch.The boy was unconscious when he was found by farmworkers from a nearby farm. The workers immediately performed CPR to revive him and the boy regained consciousness. Deputies from the Sheriff's Office and ambulance units came to the boy's rescue. A helicopter was also called and airlifted the boy to the Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center. As of press time the boy has been declared out of danger.
Mar 21, 2018 -- Jessica Pichette and Luke, husband and wife, were getting ready to have a good night's sleep. Suddenly, Luke began making strange sounds as if he was having a heart attack “I started dialing 911 at that time, kind of rolled him off over and at that time he took a big deep breath and then he was gone, he was not breathing, his eyes were rolled back,” said Jessica. She immediately began doing chest compressions with the instructions from the call attendant for 6 minutes until paramedics arrived at the scene “My husband is alive because those first minutes are so crucial because I sprung into action and I just knew that I had to do it, there was no option for me not to do it,”