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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 BLS, PALS, or ACLS course in New Hampshire, 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.
Paramedics are required to complete the skills forms, however for in-hospital providers this is optional.
We want all of our customers to be fully satisfied with our ACLS, BLS, and PALS course in New Hampshire, so all of our courses come 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, or BLS certification in New Hampshire from ACLS Training Center to find out why so many medical professionals are saving time and money by earning their provider eCards online. Whether you are a nurse, physician assistant, or other medical professional, we can meet your needs.
Our ACLS, PALS, and BLS course in New Hampshire are all accepted in every state of the United States and are accepted in most international countries and regions. If for whatever reason you purchase a course and it is not accepted, we offer a 100% money-back guarantee for the first 30 days.
The team at the ACLS Training Center works hard to stay up to date with new cardiac-related information and practices.
Residents of New Hampshire can continue reading below to find important medical statistics pertaining to New Hampshire ACLS, BLS, and PALS health indicators. All of the statistics below are unique to New Hampshire.
When compared to the rest of the states in the Northeast, New Hampshire is relatively average. There are a few exceptions, however. The first is that New Hampshire has the lowest rate of low-birth-weight babies in the region. The percentage of babies born with low birth weight is 6.5%, making New Hampshire the regional leader.
New Hampshire households also enjoy the highest median household income in the Northeast. The median household income is $66,707. New Hampshire is a healthy state when it comes to cardiovascular issues.
Aug 13, 2023 --A 21-year-old Pennsylvania hiker, Jason Apreku, tragically passed away on New Hampshire's Mount Madison despite valiant rescue efforts. While hiking with friends, he suffered a medical emergency, collapsing in the White Mountains. His companions initiated CPR and called for assistance, prompting an Army National Guard helicopter dispatch from Concord. Unfavorable wind conditions hindered the helicopter's arrival, resulting in the hiker's unfortunate demise. In below-freezing temperatures, rescue teams transported his body to a nearby hut, and the group, including rescuers, was eventually airlifted off the mountain the following morning.
Feb 25, 2019 --A complete stranger did not hesitate to help a man who was injured in a single-crash accident. The Good Samaritan immediately performed CPR on the victim after the victim's car rolled over that Monday morning. Larry Best, Fire Chief of Salem, New Hampshire said he has high praises for the stranger who was already perfoming compressions when his team arrived on the scene of the accident. They then took over and performed advanced life-saving techniques then later brought the victim to the hospital whose condition is unknown as of press time.
Feb 18, 2019 --A Dunkin' Donut employee saved a truck driver's life when the man suddenly collapsed in front of a rest stop. Twenty-nine-year-old David Wood stopped at a Dunkin' Donut drive-thru when he suddenly fell to the ground. A customer saw what was happening and immediately called for help. April Merchant, an employee of the donut shop came out to help and immediately performed CPR for several minutes until first responders arrived and took over the life-saving efforts. April said she owes her life-saving skills she learned from a CPR class in college.
Mar 06, 2018 --Three strangers were the heroes of the day. On one faithful day the little 8 month old Hazel Nelson suddenly got blue and stopped breathing "I seriously thought she was dead, I was so panicked. I mean, I know CPR, but I was so panicked and she started doing CPR and before you know it, the other nurse was doing CPR." said Jackie Nelson, little Hazel's mother. Luckily for her, two strangers were passing by, a licensed pediatric nurse and a trauma nurse. Both professionals started doing CPR on the little kid. After several minutes, little Hazel opened her eyes and was transported to the nearest medical center for further examination.
Aug 06, 2016 --Two gene latta employees saved the life of Paul Engel a 64-year-old car salesman after collapsing at the workplace thanks to the high temperatures of the day, the 2 co-workers started performing CPR on Engel for 8 minutes until the EMC took the man to Hanover hospital, after being defibrillated, the man came to life with no brain damage thanks to the co-workers doing CPR and providing oxygen to such vital organ, "It made all the difference that someone there knew CPR," said Tammi Grove, daughter of the seasoned worker.
Oct 15, 2015 --Deputy Chief, James Chase, was leaving a private security job when he noticed an employee collapsed in the parking lot of Rockingham Park. The officer began performing CPR after checking vital signs and revived the man twice before first response teams arrived. The man may need surgery, but is expected to survive thanks to the efforts of Chase.
Jun 30, 2015 --Jeff Horton was chatting with a customer in his shop one day when he suddenly saw the man slump to the ground, unconscious. Jeff immediately went towards the man and he assessed the situation. Learning that his heart had stopped, he immediately performed chest compressions on him. He told someone to call the emergency hotline and he guided his nephew in performing CPR, as well. Jeff was incidentally an EMT for their fire department, so he immediately knew what to do. The customer was revived and was very thankful that Jeff was there to help him in his time of great need.
Aug 06, 2014 --A man was running with his son along Hampton Beach when he went into cardiac arrest. The victim was lucky to be alive and be able to thank the people who helped him. A bystander and a lifeguard started the rescue by giving him CPR. The lifeguard then grabbed the defibrillator and used it to get the victim’s heart rhythm return to normal. With the help of the police, the victim was revived three times. By the time an ambulance pulled up, he was breathing and had a pulse. If not for the life-saving actions of the people, the victim’s son would have witnessed a worse scenario for his father.