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At the ACLS Training Center, we make it easy to take online courses to receive the certification you need to work in a medical setting. We offer PALS, BLS, and ACLS certification. Columbus, Ohio residents can study online and complete the training quickly. Also available is PALS certification Ohio residents of Cincinnati or Cleveland can receive. Simply study and prepare for the test at home and then take the test online at your convenience.
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 put your physical certificate in the mail within 1 business day. 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. We make it easy for you to complete your BLS certification. Columbus, Ohio residents appreciate the convenience of completing everything online.
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 come with a 30 days refund guarantee. We offer this unprecedented guarantee simply for your peace of mind. We make it easy to meet the PALS certification Ohio specific and national requirements.
We will refund 100% of your money if you are unhappy with our courses within the first 30 days.
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. You can easily complete your ACLS certification. Columbus, Ohio resident no longer need to worry about traveling to complete their training.
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.
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.
When you are working it can be difficult to find the time to squeeze in your recertification. However, it is important to complete your renewal, so that you can continue to keep your job. At ACLS Training Center, you can complete your training for your BLS certification. Columbus, Ohio residents find it easy to complete the classes and certification online. Sign up today to get started with your training.
Recent Ohio health data that relates to medical professionals required to carry an Ohio ACLS, BLS and PALS certification has been aggregated from multiple state and national reports and is listed below.
Unfortunately, Ohio is a relatively unhealthy state compared to the other states in the Midwest. Ohio residents have the second lowest life expectancy in the Midwest at seventy-seven and a half years (77.5).
The people in Ohio tie with Michigan for the highest rate of diabetes in the Midwest. They are at ten point one percent (10.1%) and the regional average is eight point thirty-two percent (8.32%). Finally, thirty three point three percent (33.3%) of the children in Ohio are obese. This is higher than the regional average of twenty-nine point four nine percent (29.49%).
Jun 20, 2022 --During a basketball game, a minor league referee collapsed due to cardiac arrest. Myles Copeland was also the part of the game, he saw him collapse. He ran to help and started administering CPR. He kept providing CPR for around 10 minutes until paramedics arrived. The referee was responding and talking while he was on a stretcher and was being taken to the hospital.
Feb 08, 2020 --The bus driver, Katrina Self, was on her route on dropping kids off when she pulled over to a stop and saw a mother who was holding her one-year-old and was in desperate need. Self ran in the house to help. She provided chest compression and rescue breaths to the baby. She was able to revive the baby. The baby started taking shallow breaths before the paramedics arrived and took the baby to the hospital.
Feb 08, 2020 --"It is a normal Friday, the school bus driver of Washington Court House was on her route, the same route for years until she pulled up to one of her stops, a mother yelling and screaming I desperate need. shouting for call 911, I need 911, holding her one-year-old child, who wasn’t breathing. Katrina Self, a school bus driver with the Washington Court House schools, upon seeing the mother, Katrina first thing that came to her mind, what if that was my baby laying there. So Katrina's motherly instincts and perform CPR training right away. she was able to get the baby breathing until Fayette County EMS arrived."
Jul 26, 2019 --It was not clear why 6-week old Teyvin Strauder stopped breathing but his mother said he was a premature baby and is suffering from Haemophilus influenzae, a disease that affects breathing, the bones and joints, and the nervous system. The police officer who found the boy unresponsive immediately performed CPR and after 20 minutes of continuous compressions, the baby regained consciousness.
Feb 14, 2019 --A father of a swim team member collapses while at his son's college conference swim meet in Ohio. Brad Serf witnessed that and he was the first who respond and began CPR, and successfully regain the heartbeat. Good thing Brad became a certified CPR by the Marshall County, Indiana Red Cross as a teenager during his years as a lifeguard. His training many years later made a difference in the lives he save to his fellow swim father. and his family was really forever grateful. The Father survived cardiac arrest and was released from the hospital several days later, and called Brad to say "Thank You" and said he has more time with his wife and kids and will be forever grateful.
Jan 24, 2019 --Sydney was going to the mall with her mother when she started to get seizures all at once. Fortunately, a woman was passing by who knew how to perform CPR. She instantly started providing CPR. The mall's security guard happened to have an AED, they used it to give Sydney shocks. Finally she revived and her heart started beating again.
Dec 03, 2018 --A 15-year-old athlete was practicing in the gym when he suddenly collapsed. Assistant coach Mark Jayne said he saw the boy gasping for breath with long intervals between breaths and was not responding. He immediately got an AED and applied the pads and did CPR until paramedics arrived on the scene. The patient was later brought to the hospital where he was declared out of danger and in stable condition. Due to his condition, doctors decided to implant a pacemaker in his heart and recommended for the patient's family to undergo tests to check on their heart condition as well.
Nov 16, 2017 --Two sisters were having some lunch when one of them, Nikki Landon suffered a sudden heart attack. That is when her sister Angie Granchi jumped to the rescue by providing chest compressions and rescue breathing while waiting for the paramedics to arrive "There's probably a critical four minutes or so that if patients don't get effective CPR, there becomes to be a greater chance of irreversible brain damage, Her sister did absolutely the right thing." Said Dr. Fu the emergency director of the clinical department.
Jul 09, 2017 --A man was walking inside a restaurant and saw an unresponsive person on the floor. This is the story of James Salezki, who lost his wife and felt motivated to help the almost dying woman. He began doing CPR maneuvers while speaking to the woman "I'm not having anyone else die on me this year, OK, I already had one, you're not gonna die here." paramedics arrived promptly and took the woman to the nearest medical center.
Mar 14, 2017 --Poukihi Awai was a 10-year-old boy who was at the peak of his life when he suffered a cardiac arrest. He was rescued by a bystander who used CPR techniques on him and managed to bring him back to life. His father says that young Awai is now taking CPR courses and empowering the community and schools to start teaching CPR classes “I’m definitely going to be fighting so that the schools start teaching CPR as mandatory because a child can do CPR on an adult and save if a family member’s life.”
Sep 06, 2016 --George Gould was rescued by firefighters after his home caught fire. He was found on the stairs inside the home unconscious. Once outside, firefighters started CPR on Gould. The team took turns doing CPR until paramedics arrived and took him to St. Elizabeth Hospital.It was later reported that Gould was admitted to the burn unit at UPMC in Pittsburgh.
Apr 28, 2016 --The Baloun family was on their way to Cleveland to see a basketball game when Mr. Baloun collapsed on the kitchen floor. His wife began CPR while their daughters called 911 and their neighbor, Diane Skoda who is CPR and first aid certified. Skoda arrived quickly and took over the compressions until emergency staff arrived. Mr. Baloun made a full recovery thanks to the CPR. The family nominated Skoda for the "Good Neighbor Award" which she was given this week.
Jul 13, 2015 --Jim Abbott was mowing his lawn one day when he suddenly lost consciousness and was lying on the ground. His dog barked frantically because she had sensed her master’s distress. Out of curiosity, a neighbor’s daughter went out to check on the dog when she unexpectedly saw Jim unconscious on the ground. She called her father and the man immediately went out to the aid of the ailing Jim. The girl called 911 and as they waited for the emergency team to arrive, the father performed CPR on Jim. He was revived and is very thankful for his neighbor’s heroism.
Feb 02, 2015 --The mayor of Toledo, Ohio was driving home one immensely snowy afternoon after attending a news conference downtown when he suddenly lost consciousness, causing his vehicle to swerve from the road and collide with a utility pole. Though the weather conditions made it difficult to see the accident, a woman managed to be present at the scene and was able to administer help to the ailing city mayor. After seeing an unconscious person inside the car, she allegedly broke said vehicle’s passenger window and performed CPR to hum until further assistance was conducted by a rescue team. The mayor, assessed to have experienced a cardiac arrest, was sent to the nearest local hospital’s intensive care unit where close monitoring was rendered upon him.
Nov 17, 2014 --A high school student was visiting the university when he choked on a bite of a peanut butter sandwich. A mathematics and computer science major rushed to the victim and did the Heimlich maneuver. He followed with CPR, while another student, a junior athletic training major, also ran over to help upon hearing the commotion. The female student was carrying a pocket mask which allows the rescuer to breathe air into the victim’s mouth. The two college students continued helping the victim until paramedics arrived. The two are now being hailed as heroes although both just want to encourage more people to learn CPR.
Nov 16, 2014 --Because of the efforts of two Darby Township police officers, the life of a 10-year-old was seemingly revived after he accidentally shot himself in the head. The incident happened at the boy’s father working place. The victim was with his sister when the shooting happened. The officers arrived at the scene and immediately brought the boy to their vehicle. One of them drove while the other was at the backseat, trying to save the boy using CPR. The boy was revived when they arrived at the emergency room. The young child is lucky to survive such horrifying fate, thanks to the quick actions of the officers.
Jan 31, 2014 --Commander Gary Dunlap did not expect that his jokes will fail miserably when he went into cardiac arrest unexpectedly. His colleagues performed CPR on him and started with chest compressions. They also did mouth- to- mouth resuscitation to supply oxygen to their fallen friend. While the others were busy trying to revive Dunlap, Commander Michael Springer grabbed a defibrillator nearby and used it on the victim. Paramedics were notified and arrived just in time to rush Dunlap into the hospital for proper care. The victim had no recollection about what happened, but he was eternally grateful to his classmates at the police academy.
Dec 19, 2012 --Nurses save lives every day, but facing tragedies on the road without any equipment is more challenging to handle. For Debra Watkins, it was simply her big heart and quick thinking that allowed her to help victims of a car crash. The burning wreckage did not hinder Watkins in retrieving the unconscious couple inside with the help of a few bystanders. CPR was immediately performed to the motionless woman who doesn’t have a pulse. Paramedics arrived at the scene and carried the crash victims to the hospital where they receive proper care. After a six-week coma, the woman recovered and the couple thanked Watkins in person.