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Welcome to the oldest provider of online ACLS (advanced cardiac life support) certification and recertification. We make it our priority to get your new ACLS, PALS or BLS certification to you 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:
ACLS Training Center is ideal for busy medical professionals in need of BLS certification. North Carolina emergency responders and other medical professionals will appreciate our training, certification and recertification process, which takes places entirely online. With ACLS Training Center, 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. Upon request, we will also put your physical certificate in the mail within 1 business day upon request. This mean 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. It couldn’t be easier to get your ACLS, BLS, or PALS renewal! North Carolina medical personnel from Raleigh to Charlotte to Asheville will love the ease and convenience of using ACLS Training Center.
We want all of our customers in NC to be fully satisfied with our BLS, ACLS and PALS recertification and certification classes. So, all of our courses 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, so you can sign up without worry.
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 the classes you need and take the tests on your own time.
When choosing ACLS Training Center for BLS certification, North Carolina professionals can rest assured that our courses and the resulting certification are accepted. 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. 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 online ACLS Training Center works hard to stay up-to-date with new cardiac-related information and practices. This is great news for people getting their ACLS recertification. North Carolina professionals, regardless of whether they are getting their certification or recertification can trust that they are getting the best and most current information.
Getting your PALS, BLS and ACLS recertification or certification is 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 North Carolina BLS, ACLS and PALS certified medical professional? If so, welcome to the North Carolina section of recent medical indicators summarizing North Carolina’s health.
Like Virginia, North Carolina is a relatively healthy state when compared to the other states in the Southeast. However, when getting one’s PALS, BLS, or ACLS recertification, North Carolina medical professionals should be aware of certain statistics. The first noticeable statistic is the number of cardiovascular related deaths per 100,000 people. The regional average is 303 deaths and North Carolina comes in at two hundred and seventy-five (275) deaths.
Also, North Carolinians have a very low diabetes rate. At nine point eight percent (9.8%), it ranks second to Virginia in this category. Finally, the children have a relatively low rate of childhood obesity with a rate of thirty-three and a half percent (33.5%). It is still, however, important to keep up with one’s PALS renewal. North Carolina emergency personnel should always be prepared for any emergency courtesy of ACLS Training Center.
The American Heart Association name is owned by American Heart Association, Inc. ACLS Training Center has no affiliation with American Heart Association.
May 03, 2021 --Samuel, a 1-year-old boy found unconscious in a small pond after missing for about 3 to 5 minutes on Saturday, May 1, 2021. Deputies who responded after receiving a report for an unresponsive child saw John Neal, the boy's father performed CPR until EMS arrived. Samuel was taken to the hospital: stable but has damage to both sides of his brain.
Jan 03, 2020 --Omar, a healthy 24-year-old went into cardiac arrest and his heart stopped beating for about 19 minutes. Luckily he received bystander CPR which proved life-saving for him. When the EMT arrived at the scene the person was already receiving bystander CPR. HE was taken to the hospital where he recovered.
Dec 27, 2018 --Chris Petersen who works for USPS was hoping go home early that Christmas eve to be with family but was running late due to the huge number of deliveries that day. He has just dropped off mail to the Hodgin family when he heard a woman screaming for help saying her husband collapsed and not responding. Mailman Chris rushed to the house to assist and began performing CPR on Mr. Hodgin until paramedics arrived. Mr. Hodgin was later brought to the hospital and required further medical care as of press time.
Apr 07, 2017 --Thomas Foy, a maintenance technician, was doing his routine lightbulb replacement at Ligon Middle School in Raleigh. That is when he found Herman Williams, a long time custodian for the school, lying on the floor suffering from a cardiac arrest. Thomas inmediatly jumped to the rescue, by doing his first ever CPR on the almost dying man "I immediately thought just pump, and I'll do my 30 (chest) compressions. And I just kept going until EMS showed up," said the heroic technician. Mr. Williams succesfully recovered and is now thankful for such a heroic action.
Jan 22, 2017 --Christopher was working at Charlotte-Douglas International Airport works as an American Airlines customer service representative. And noticed that there's a commotion happening, Paul Gonnelli a customer who collapsed due to cardiac arrest. Christopher immediately perform CPR and continue doing it until a team of EMT's take over. But on the same day, another airport customer had collapsed due to cardiac arrest, he ran right away, and once again he used CPR and saved a life. He was rewarded and received the “Real American Hero Award,” who saved two lives in just one shift.
Jun 07, 2016 --Head lifeguard, Hunter Church, saved the life of a 9-year-old child who was swimming at the Smoot Park Pool as part of a group from a local school. Church jumped in to check on the child after she noticed that the child had been floating facedown longer than is usual for children. The child was unconscious. Other lifeguard staff and a camp counselor assisted in removing the child from the pool and beginning CPR. The child then vomited food and water and was taken to the hospital fully conscious.
Apr 28, 2016 --Sgt. James Fahnestock saved a man's life after he heard a rescue call on his radio while on his lunch break at home. As he lived near the home of Richard Vincent who had gone into cardiac arrest. Fahnestock says he responded to the call because to reach that area, responders would probably have taken at least 10 minutes. He arrived in 2 minutes — cutting down the response time enough to save Vincent's life. Fahnestock was recognized in a ceremony where he received the Police Department's Lifesaving Medal.
Oct 15, 2015 --Professor George Grody, a Marketing instructor at Dukes University (Durham, NC) will eternally remain grateful to four of their students, for coming to his rescue on the 7th of September. Professor suffered a heart attack in one of the classrooms, losing his heartbeat and collapsing in to a chair. A CPR by Kevin, a defibrillator by Patil, chest compressions by Kristen, among others, were the collaborative efforts that kept the professor going before the Durham EMS arrived and took charge of the situation. From his ICU bed, Prof sent an appreciation email to the students, and is expected to recover completely.
Apr 15, 2015 --Spencer Hamilton had CPR training. His school was able to have this on their health classes, so he was equipped and certified. To his surprise, his skills were put to the test only two months after his training. Spencer works at Asheboro Food Lion, a grocery store. A woman suddenly fell unconscious in the front area of the store he works in. He immediately went to the woman to administer aid. Upon assessing the situation, he applied chest compressions so that the blood would continue to circulate through the woman’s systems. He was relieved by emergency responders afterwards, and they took the woman to the hospital for further care.
Mar 15, 2015 --A student was in school, sitting with his classmates when he suddenly blacked out and fell. Teachers were hailed. When they turned him over, they saw that his lips were turning blue. Remembering their training in lifesaving techniques, they performed chest compressions and rescue breathing. Emergency responders were able to reach them in time, and they took over for the teachers. Several shocks from a defibrillator were administered to the boy. He was revived and taken to the hospital. His family was thankful for the quick response and the bravery of the teachers and the medical team who were lifesavers that day.
Nov 18, 2014 --It was a coincidence that a Duke Medicine cardiologist just offered a discussion on the significance of CPR when she encountered a man at a hotel’s lobby who got into heart attack. The doctor instantly sprang right into action and executed chest compressions on the victim. There are numbers of cardiologists present in the building at the time so the victim was really fortunate that he had an emergency at the place. After providing chest compression in merely 30 seconds, the victim rested bolt-upright claiming he was fine. During the time EMS showed up, the man was revived although he experienced a bad cut on his face.