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Welcome to the original provider of online ACLS (advanced cardiovascular life support) certification and recertification. It is our job to get you your new ACLS, basic life support (BLS), and/or pediatric life support (PALS) certification in Mississippi efficiently and quickly!
We also understand the need for high-quality and accurate training materials. All of our training materials are written by experienced medical professionals and updated to reflect the current American Heart Association guidelines.
Not only do we offer top-quality ACLS certification in Mississippi, but we also meet your entire certification requirements with our new BLS and PALS courses. We offer BLS certification in Mississippi as well as PALS certification through our online certification and recertification courses.
No skills check is necessary in order to receive your ACLS, BLS, and/or PALS certification or recertification. It’s as easy as signing up for the ACLS, BLS, and/or PALS course in Mississippi, studying for test(s), and passing the test(s).
Once you pass the test(s), you will be able to download an instant provider eCard. We will also mail your physical certificate within one business day if requested. 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 BLS, PALS, or ACLS course in Mississippi, so each course comes with a 30 days 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 of completing them.
Sign up for an ACLS, PALS, and/or BLS course in Mississippi 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 shopping cart will give you an automatic.
If you know that you will need additional certifications in the future, for example you work in nursing and require multiple certifications, 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 at your convenience.
Our certificates have been accepted in every US state and Canadian province, and over 60 countries in the Eurozone, Asia and Africa.
Our 100% money-back guarantee is good for 30 days and we guarantee your employer will accept our certificate and you will be satisfied.
Our ACLS, PALS and BLS courses are each certified for up to 8 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Some of our courses also offer ACPE, ANCC and ADA credits.
The team at the ACLS Training Center works hard to stay up to date with new cardiac-related information and practices.
As a courtesy to all Mississippi medical professionals, we have compiled recent health indicators of the state from national and state health reports. All of these stats are relevant to anyone seeking BLS, PALS, and ACLS certification in Mississippi.
Ominously, Mississippi stands above the other states in the Southeastern region of the United States by being one of the least healthy states in the region. For every 100,000 people in Mississippi, 366.4 people die because of cardiovascular-related complications. This is not only the highest rate in the region but also the highest in the country.
Also, the obesity rates in Mississippi are very high, particularly the childhood obesity rate. The adult obesity rate is 34.5% making Mississippi the most obese state in the Southeastern region and the nation. Tragically, the childhood obesity rate is even higher, with 44.4% of children in Mississippi being obese. To gain some perspective, the national average is approximately 30%.
The American Heart Association name is owned by American Heart Association, Inc. ACLS Training Center has no affiliation with American Heart Association.
Aug 22, 2023 --Tragedy struck on Monday as an 11-year-old boy was discovered lifeless in a Rankin County pond. Responding to a call in the Reservoir Way area, the Rankin County Sheriff’s Office learned the child had gone missing near the pond. Despite a neighbor's efforts to retrieve him, the deputies had to intervene, entering the water to assist. Swiftly initiating CPR, they continued their efforts until medical professionals arrived. Regrettably, the child did not survive and was declared deceased upon reaching the hospital. The community mourns the loss of this young life in the heartbreaking incident.
Nov 18, 2021 --Harmony felt chest pain around midnight and woke up her husband Byron. A little after that she started vomiting he carried her to the car to take her to the hospital instantly. They had just crossed Yazoo County when she started suffering from a cardiac arrest. He called 911 who suggested him to administer CPR. Later she was taken to the hospital.
Aug 29, 2018 --Volunteers from the Mississippi Red Cross were sent to Hawaii this past August to anticipate the coming of Hurricane Lane. The strength of Hurricane Lane was a serious threat to Hawaii and neighboring areas and everyone had been warned to take the necessary precaution and to take good care of every member of their families. It is in this kind of situation that people realize the need for CPR and other life-saving devices more than ever so that they can respond to emergency calls any time.
Dec 07, 2016 --Several EMT officers were helping at a vehicle accident when one of the firefighters, Ron Ewer suddenly collapsed. One paramedic went to check him out and found out that Ron was breathing due to a cardiac arrest. Everyone quickly gathered around him and provided CPR along with severals shock from the defibrillator. The firefighter regained a pulse and a breathing and was quickly taken to the nearest hospital.
Nov 28, 2016 --It was a hectic day for two parents at a Byram's home. They found their daughter, Emelie, with no breathing whatsoever. They inmediatly dialed 911 while calling for help around the neighborhood. Luckily, Officer Reginald Cooper lived next door and was able to quickly help by administering CPR to the little girl while waiting for the EMTs to arrive “I knew then that we were on the something and I knew that we had her back. Moments later she started crying, and that was probably the best sound I could’ve ever heard.” said the police officer.
Sep 08, 2016 --George Woods is an assistant coach working for the Catholic Central High School heading to football practice when he noticed a car surrounded by several bystanders. A man was inside the car apparently unconscious. George saw a Good Samaritan doing CPR to the body “I could tell he didn’t know how to do it correctly, so I asked him if he knew what he was doing”. Being a certified CPR trainer himself, Mr. Woods helped by doing chest compressions for approximately 4 minutes until police officers and paramedics arrived. The man was then taken to Springfield Regional Hospital for treatment.
Mar 03, 2016 --Off duty, police chief Scott Dumas was having a work out when the man on the treadmill in front of him collapsed. Dumas recognized the signs of cardiac arrest and immediately began CPR. Staff at the gym made the AED machine accessible and Dumas was able to get Richard Thompson's heart beating again. Thompson was taken to the hospital where he had an angioplasty and is now recovering.
Jun 01, 2015 --A woman who happened by her choice garden store suddenly heard a man cry for help. She rushed towards the sound of the desperate pleas and found a woman, unconscious on the ground. The man, her husband, was trying to wake her up. She hurried to assess the situation, and upon finding out that the woman was experiencing cardiac arrest, asked the man if she could perform CPR on his wife. The man fearfully agrees. The woman performed chest compressions to help stimulate the heart’s reactivation. After a while, she was revived and brought to the nearest emergency care institution.
Dec 30, 2014 --A 4-year-old was saved by neighbors after the car she and her mom were in crashed into the water. A neighbor heard the mother’s scream and when she saw what happened, she jumped into the water without thinking. After 10 minutes of trying to get the girl out, she and other bystanders were able to cut her out of her seat. They placed the girl on the blank and the neighbor did CPR. Chest compressions were administered by a first responder and after about five minutes, the victim was able to breathe on her own. It was a miracle that people with kind hearts were present at the time of the accident.