Save Money with Rush ACLS
If you purchase multiple BLS, ACLS or PALS training courses, you automatically receive a discount that is applied to the total purchase price.
Take advantage of this feature if you will need multiple certifications in the future. You can purchase in advance and complete the tests based upon your individual renewal schedule. Your Rush ACLS courses won’t expire!
10% savings on the purchase of any 2 ACLS, PALS or BLS training courses.
15% savings on the purchase of any 3 PALS, BLS or ACLS training courses.
Our shopping cart will automatically include a discount for you.
When you purchase a course, everything is automatically included (there are no additional fees).
Free, next-day FEDEX shipping
Free digital ACLS, BLS or PALS card
3 online exam retakes
Up-to-date online training material
Hard copy PALS, BLS or ACLS card
Responsive and professional customer support
100% money-back guarantee
Also, you gain access to a personal “customer workroom.” In the customer workroom you can move freely through the course material at your own pace, take the exams, download your online provider card(s), keep track of past certifications, change your account information and more.
Based on AHA guidelines
The team at Rush ACLS is committed to staying up-to-date with the most recent emergency medical practices. Our online ACLS, BLS and PALS classes are based on the latest American Heart Association (AHA) guidelines and are updated regularly.
Study Online or Print
After you purchase the course, you are given immediate access to the online training material allowing you to study directly from your computer. You can also print out a copy of the curriculum if you would prefer.
All of the exams are multiple choice and 100% online. You must pass the exam with an 80% or greater. If you do not pass the first time, you are given two more attempts. You will be informed as to the questions you answered incorrectly.
No Time Limits
We impose no time limit on finishing your online PALS, BLS and ACLS classes. You can purchase all the classes you need today and complete the exams at your leisure. Furthermore, there are no time limits once you start the exam itself. You can take as much time as you need to complete the test once you begin. However, you will not be able to save your work and resume the exam at a later date.
Instant Provider Card
After you complete the test, you will be able to access a virtual copy of your ACLS, BLS or PALS card. You are given unlimited access to a virtual card through the customer workroom. In case you lose your physical card, you can use this as proof of certification.
Hard Copy Card
Along with your ACLS, PALS or BLS instant provider card, we will ship you a hard-copy version of your card in the mail using FedEx. You can keep this card in your wallet to use as proof of certification.
Free Federal Express Shipping
Rush ACLS offers unprecedented, free FedEx shipping. Our competitors will charge you an additional $30.00 for next day shipping. This means that international shipping is also easy and free.
Rush ACLS Acceptance
Rush ACLS provides online PALS, ACLS and BLS training to customers throughout the United States and internationally. Our courses are based on the latest AHA guidelines. Try our online courses risk free and find out what thousands of nurses and doctors just like you already know: online recertification is the fastest, easiest way to recertify!
Staying Healthy in Ohio
On this page you will find a lot of different helpful tips on maintaining a healthy lifestyle in the state of Ohio. We compiled this information as a resource for our Ohio ACLS, PALS and BLS certification customers. Read below to find out some great ways to be active and healthy in Ohio.
As our Ohio PALS, BLS and ACLS customers understand, maintaining a healthy diet is one of the keys to ruling out cardiovascular-related emergencies. In the state of Ohio, the rate of obesity close to 30% and the percentage of adults with high cholesterol is about 40%.
Following some of these diet tips can help reduce obesity and high cholesterol:
Lower the amount of grains in your diet. If you want to have grains, make sure it is whole grain.
Chop up a variety of vegetables like carrots at the beginning of the week and eat those as snacks instead of fried chips or crackers.
Have a smaller plate for dinner. It will help you to eat less.
Eat slowly. This will give your brain time to record that your stomach is already filled.
List out pre-packaged and processed food from your diet.
Please visit this link to read about some more healthy eating habits.http://www.healthy.ohio.gov/healthylife/healthyeating/healthyeating.aspx
Along with a healthy diet, a daily dose of physical activity is vital to controlling a healthy heart. Here are some good ways that the residents of Ohio can be more physically active.
It is often difficult to carve out adequate amount of time for exercise. You can, however, make little changes to your daily routine in order to increase your physical activity.
Park your car far away from the entrance to the building to increase your walking distance.
Take the stairs all the time instead of using the escalator or elevator.
Get up and walk around the floor during your breaks at work instead of surfing the Internet.
Wash your car using your hand instead of taking it to the car wash.
Do some yard work like some carpentry or plant a garden.
Ohio is a great place to bicycle. Bicycling is good for newbies and professionals alike. Here is a site that will help you select some cycling trails in Ohio. http://www.ohiobikeways.net/
For the Children
The childhood obesity rate in Ohio is about 33%. It is no surprise that childhood obesity is a serious problem in the United States. Here are some activities in Ohio that for the whole family.
Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden - 3400 Vine Street, Cincinnati, OH
Columbus Zoo and Aquarium - 9990 Riverside Drive, Powell, OH
Soak City - One Cedar Point Drive, Sandusky, OH
Fryer Park - 3899 Orders Rd, Grove City, OH
Other activities for children - http://www.discoverohio.com/interests/family-fun
Woman Saved from Canoeing Accident
A woman who was canoeing with her husband, suddenly fell off the vessel and got stuck under a log. She wasn’t dragged down, but the strong current forced so much water on her face that she couldn’t breathe. The inability to draw in oxygen eventually rendered her unconscious. Thankfully, she was dislodged and a stranger came over to help her. He performed CPR on her until she was able to breathe by herself. Paramedics came afterwards to resume the life support procedures. The woman was taken to the hospital, ever wanting to thank the stranger for going to her aid and ultimately saving her life.
Restaurant Manager Manages Crisis with CPR
A restaurant manager in Sandusky was just doing his daily work activities when a woman went out of the women’s restroom to report that another woman fell to the ground and was unconscious. He immediately went to the unresponsive woman and, after assessing the situation and remembering his CPR training, proceeded to perform chest compressions on the woman. She was eventually revived, and was taken to the hospital moments later when the emergency management team arrived to take over. The family of the woman extended their thanks to the restaurant manager who was quick to help the woman in her desperate time of need.
Woman saves a life while on her morning commute
Joanne Priest was driving to work when she noticed a neighbor who had quickly parked and looked concerned. She stopped to check and found that he was calling emergency services because a woman had collapsed on her morning walk. Priest had taken CPR training 10 years earlier and began performing CPR on the woman who had undergone full cardiac arrest. Paramedics arrived 9 minutes later. The woman recovered. She told Priest that she walks the neighborhood praying when they met at a luncheon for all involved to meet after the incident.
Nurse helps save man during morning workout
71-year-old Jack Bernard was playing racquet ball at the gym with a friend when he collapsed. 37-year-old Sarah Helton, an RN at the UC Health West Chester Hospital was there and knew she could help. She began CPR and someone else at the gym called 911. The staff at the gym had an AED that was also used on Bernard. Helton started CPR again until paramedics arrived. Bernard now has to stints in his chest but says that cannot wait to get back to his racquet ball games.