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Welcome to the oldest provider of online ACLS (advanced cardiac life support) certification and recertification. We make it our top priority to get you your new ACLS, PALS or BLS certification as quickly and efficiently as possible!
We also understand the need for high-quality and accurate material. All of our training material is written by experienced medical professionals and updated to reflect current American Heart Association guidelines.
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:
No skills check is necessary in order to receive your certification or renewal of your PALS, BLS, or ACLS training, Maryland makes it as easy as signing up for your PALS, BLS or ACLS courses in Maryland, 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 1 business day if requested. This means that you can use our service and 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 courses on BLS, PALS or ACLS certification. Maryland also offers recertification classes. So, all of our BLS, PALS, and ACLS courses in Maryland come with a 30 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 30 days.
Sign up for BLS, PALS, or ACLS classes in Maryland from an 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 the classes you need and take the tests on your own time.
Our BLS course, ACLS course and PALS course are all accepted in Maryland from Baltimore to Annapolis, in every state of the United States and are accepted in most international countries and regions. If for whatever reason you purchase an ACLS certification, Maryland will offer a 100% money back guarantee for the first 30 days if the course is not accepted.
The team at the online ACLS Training Center works hard to stay up-to-date with new cardiac-related information and practices.
Getting your PALS, BLS and ACLS training, Maryland makes the process remarkably simple with our service.
Just follow these steps to begin your training. Don’t worry; we walk you through every step once you sign up.
Once you have passed the test, you will immediately be able to download an instant provider eCard. We will also mail you a physical certificate within one business day upon request. Those who are in an extreme hurry can request next-day shipping of their hard copy provider certificate at an additional cost.
Are you a Maryland ACLS, PALS and BLS certified medical professional seeking some information on the current condition of cardiovascular related issues in your state? We have compiled state and national health reports in order to describe the current health indicators for the residents of Maryland.
Compared to the other states in the Northeastern Region of the United States, Maryland is unhealthy. The first indicator is that the Maryland life-expectancy is the lowest in the region at seventy-eight years. Furthermore, Maryland has one of the highest cardiovascular related death rates. For every 100,000 citizens, two hundred and eighty-one die from cardiovascular related complications. Maryland is second only to New York in this category.
Despite having a high rate of heart-related deaths, Maryland has a relatively low rate of heart disease at 3.7%.
The American Heart Association name is owned by American Heart Association, Inc. ACLS Training Center has no affiliation with American Heart Association.
May 03, 2023 --A Wootton High School athlete's grandfather faced a life-threatening situation during a lacrosse game on Monday night when he suffered cardiac arrest. Fortunately, the timely intervention of a medically-trained Wootton senior and a parent revived him. The incident unfolded at Rockville’s Thomas S. Wootton High School after a boys’ lacrosse match. Vivek Majumdar, a Wootton senior and EMT, sprang into action upon hearing cries for help from the man's wife. With quick thinking and CPR skills, Majumdar and an experienced ER doctor managed to sustain the man until Fire and Rescue arrived, ultimately saving his life.
Jul 30, 2021 --Firefighter-EMT Williams was present at the scene where a teenager was found unconscious in the pool. 911 was called and he provided CPR to the teen, who regained consciousness while the first emergency arrived. Williams was then awarded for his heroic action.
May 27, 2019 --An 11-year-old boy was not breathing and unresponsive when he was found in a pool near his home. The call to 911 came in at 1:47 pm on Memorial Day and 911 dispatchers immediately gave instructions to the caller while dispatching responders from a nearby fire company. A few minutes later, paramedics from the Joppa-Magnolia Volunteer Fire Company and immediately performed CPR on the boy. The boy was later brought to the Upper Chesapeake Medical Center where he had a heartbeat by the time they arrived at the hospital. He was later transferred to the Johns Hopkins Children's Hospital in Baltimore where he was still in critical condition as of press time.
May 19, 2018 --Richard "Ritty" Maraldo was the hero of the day. He managed to save the life of Brian McDonald, a 58-year-old man who suffered a heart attack "We were doing a little power-washing that day in the driveway and all of a sudden, like a split second, I got lightheaded and blurry-eyed and that's all I remember," said McDonald. That is when Richard jumped to the action and started doing CPR for 25 minutes until the ambulance arrived "Anybody else would have done it or tried to do it or whatever. You don't just let somebody lay there and die," said the corageous man.
May 04, 2017 --Laura Metro is a woman with a mission. After going through the stress of having her son almost drowning and being saved by CPR “My son Clay almost died by drowning, He was at the pool with some of our friends and he was walking from one friend to the next to go get a snack. We believe he fell, tripped on his towel, and fell into the deep end.” She decided to conduct CPR parties where members of the community can gather to learn CPR by trained experts “We have had about 150 classes nationwide,” said Jeremy Gruber, one of the main experts and founder of Rescue One.
Oct 23, 2016 --A 20-month-old baby's btother called 911 when he found the baby unresponsive. When the baby girl's mother arrived at the scene she found her neighbor giving her daughter CPR. The neighbor continued to do so until EMS arrived. The baby was taken to the hospital where doctors found PCP and Xanax in her system. The baby will recover and her father has been charged with neglect.
Sep 05, 2016 --Isa Mohammed was a med student doing workout at the columbia gym when he noticed a man of approximately 60-year-old suddenly collapsing after leaving the exercise room during a stationary bike workout. After checking his pulse and finding none the heroic student started doing CPR, something he learned at the University of Maryland during his studies. He continued to do so for 10 minutes until the EMT personnel arrived and found a pulse on the patient’s neck “He couldn’t have been more valuable and helpful in that moment to save a life.” said the general manager of the Gym.
Aug 22, 2016 --It was the perfect timing for Corporal Joe Wilson, a Security officer, when an elderly man of 71 years was found unconscious seated at the waiting area of the Annapolis Motor Vehicle administration. Wilson was alerted of such incident and quickly verified the Vital signs of the elderly man. As he found no breathing and no pulse he began doing CPR until help arrived in the form of physicians carrying an AED, shocking the patient’s heart and helping his heart beat again.
Aug 21, 2016 --College student Dylan Mehri, nurse practitioner Michelle Michaels, and retired Dr. Edward Cornfeld attended a Shakespeare performance at D.C.'s Folger Theater. When Dr. Edward Cornfeld went into cardiac arrest Mehri and Michaels started perfoming CPR to save the 87-year-old's life. Dr. Cornfeld stated after the incident that he had no history of heart problems. Mehri said that he had learned CPR as an Eagle Scout and Michaels relied on her nusing skills to help Dr. Cornfled. They were honored at a ceremony at Firehouse 29 for their actions.
May 30, 2016 --Police officers had to pull a man out of his car when they noticed that man was unresponsive at a red light. One officer tried to use an AED, but the defibrillator registered that the man did not need the shock of the machine. With this information, the police performed CPR until EMS arrived and they then took over. While at the scene the man regained consciousness. He was taken to the hospital and is expected to make a full recovery.
Oct 12, 2015 --Police officer James Herman was approached by the grandmother of an unresponsive baby while initiating a traffic stop in I-270. Officer Herman performed CPR on the baby, who was 9-months old, and successfully revived her. The baby had recently had heart surgery and after the recovery was rushed to the hospital to be placed in the ICU.
Dec 30, 2013 --While on street patrol, Officer Ben Crumlin saw flashing lights behind his vehicle. It was coming from a car, and thinking there was a crash, the officer checked what it was about. Instead, a man asked for help regarding his son not breathing in the backseat. Despite the risk of compressions on a small body, Officer Crumlin performed CPR efforts until the child is breathing on his own. The officer took him and his family to the hospital to receive proper medical care. The infant fully recovered, thanks to the CPR efforts of the officer and quick thinking of his family.