Save Money with Rush ACLS
Purchasing multiple ACLS, PALS or BLS training courses will qualify you to get a discount which will be applied to the total purchase price.
This is a feature you shouldn’t miss if you will need multiple certifications in the future. Make the purchase in advance and then finish the exams based on your individual renewal schedule. The 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.
You will automatically get a discount from our shopping cart.
Everything is included in the course you will purchase (there will be no additional fees).
- FedEx next-day shipping for free
- Free digital BLS, ACLS or PALS card
- Maximum 3 online exam retake opportunities
- Latest online training material
- PALS, ACLS or BLS card, hard-copy version
- Efficient and pleasant customer support
- 100% money-back guarantee
Also, you will have access to a personal “customer workroom”. In here, you can freely move through the course material and take the exams at your own pace. You can also do a lot of things in the customer workroom such as download your online provider card(s), change your account information, and keep track of past certifications.
Based on AHA guidelines
The entire Rush ACLS team dedicates to bring you the latest emergency medical practices. All our BLS, ACLS and PALS classes are based on the newest guidelines of the American Heart Association (AHA) and we make sure that they are updated regularly.
Study Online or Print
When you purchase the course, you will have instant access to the online training material. You can study the training material directly from your computer or print out a copy of the curriculum, if you would prefer.
All exams are available and can be done online and will be in multiple choice format. We will require a passing grade of 80% or greater and if you didn’t get it on your first try, you will have two more attempts. You will also be informed as to the questions you got wrong.
No Time Limits
The online BLS, PALS and ACLS classes are not time limited. You can purchase the classes you need in advance and finish the tests at your own leisure. Additionally, the exam itself is also not time-limited. You can start the exam and take as much time as you need in finishing it. However, you’re not allowed to save your work and then resume the test on another day.
Instant Provider Card
After you finish the exam, you will have unlimited access to a virtual copy of your BLS, ACLS or PALS card. It will be available through the customer workroom. In the event that your physical card is lost, you can use the virtual copy as proof of certification.
Hard Copy Card
Aside from your PALS, ACLS or BLS instant provider card, we will also ship a hard-copy version of the card in the mail using FedEx. Keep this card in your wallet to serve as proof of certification.
Free Federal Express Shipping
While other companies tend to ask for additional $30.00 for next-day shipping, Rush ACLS offers the same service for free using FedEx. This means that our international shipping is also free and just as easy.
Rush ACLS Acceptance
Rush ACLS offers online ACLS, PALS and BLS training to people across the United States and internationally. Our courses are designed around the most recent guidelines of the American Heart Association. Thousands of medical professionals know that online recertification is the most convenient way to recertify so make sure that you try our online classes to understand what they’re saying!
Living Healthy in Texas
Our health section was developed to give our Texas ACLS, BLS and PALS certification customers a resource for healthy living. Please read on to discover some ways to stay active and healthy in the state of Texas.
There’s always something to do and landscapes waiting to be explored in Texas and there are many ways to explore them as well. One of them is hiking. Texas has an endless natural diversity that you will enjoy exploring while getting fresh air. Hiking in Texas serves several purposes – you can enjoy the state’s natural beauty while exercising. Many people do it for the awesome sceneries while others for the good it will do to their body. If you want to get the best of both worlds, we suggest that you try hiking in the state. You will enjoy the view and lower the risk of heart disease. Hiking is also a great mood booster – if you’re feeling sad, get out and explore the nature to instantly lift your mood.
Canoeing and Kayaking
You’ll never run out of waters to explore in Texas with 80.000 miles of beautiful streams and rivers. Finding the perfect place to paddle is not impossible. Canoeing and kayaking are just two of the most fun water activities you can do in the state. Whether you want to try canoeing and kayaking for fun or as competitive sports, you will have great benefits to your body. They can improve your strength, flexibility, and aerobic fitness. Few of the health benefits of canoeing and kayaking are: improved cardiovascular fitness, increased leg and torso strength, and increased muscle strength, specifically the muscles in the back, shoulders, arms, and chest.
The rate of adult obesity in Texas is approximately 30.9%. Our Texas PALS, BLS and ACLS certification customers understand that obesity is a primary contributor to all sorts of cardiovascular-related complications.
Simply put, the best way to fight obesity is to maintain a healthy diet. Here are some tips.
Drink 1% or skim milk instead of 2% or whole milk.
Eat a variety of vegetables and fruit.
Chop up a bunch of vegetables at the beginning of the week for snacks.
Increase the amount of lean protein in your diet such as chicken and fish.
Eat slower. The slower you eat the less you eat.
We also recommend shopping for groceries at a farmer’s market. You can usually find fresh vegetables, fruit and lean meat at a local farmer’s market. Here is a site that will help you find a Texas Farmer’s Market. http://texasfarmersmarket.org/
For the Children
Here are some activities for the whole family.
Chrisholm Aquatic Center - 2200 Norwood Dr, Hurst, TX
SeaWorld San Antonio - 10500 Sea World Drive, San Antonio, TX
Dallas Zoo - 650 S RL Thornton Fwy, Dallas TX
San Antonio Zoo - 3903 N. Saint Marys St, San Antonio TX
Other Activities in Texas - http://www.hoorayforfamily.com/
How a Councilwoman Became a Hero
While dining with her husband, the Texas Councilwoman Jennifer Gates saw an elderly man collapse. The server in the local restaurant asked for someone who knows CPR and Gates, being a registered nurse in the past, jumped in to help. Being CPR- trained, she was able to provide the proper chest compressions to revive the man who was already foaming. The paramedics were quick to respond to the scene and took the man to the local hospital for proper care. Even without CPR experience as a nurse, Gates was able to save a life, of which the man’s family is eternally grateful for.
Survivor on Being Saved and Teaching How to Save
Debbie Rothschild was a cardiac arrest survivor who owes her life to her heroic neighbors, Gretchen Denum and Rae Scarcella. A year ago, Rothschild was on her usual bike route, but instead of reaching her destination, she woke up in a hospital without any recollection of how she got there. It turned out that she suffered from cardiac arrest and was seen unconscious in Scarcella’s front yard by Denum. Denum proceeded to administer CPR, while Scarcella dialed 911. Within minutes, the EMTs and local fire department arrived to help. By using a defibrillator, they were able to stabilize and rush Rothschild to the nearest hospital, where she made a full recovery. During a luncheon for her lifesavers, Rothschild conducted a CPR class for free. She proceeded to be part of symposium after symposium about heart diseases and CPR.
Army Medic Is Honored for Saving a Life
US Army Medic LaJvonna Tarlton was honored for saving an arson investigator's life. Tarlton was at the Sporsplex with her husband when Don Denning collapsed while excercising. Tarlton's husband noticed first and called her over. She checkd for a pulse and after not finding one began performing CPR. Medical crews took 12 minutes to arrive and Tarlton kept going until help came. Officials were concerned Denning wouldn't make it or would suffer brain damage, but he recovered and is doing well.
Man Saved by the Staff at Recreation Center
A man who was playing racquetball suffered cardiac arrest and was saved by the staff at the recreation center where the event occurred. After another patron asked the staff to call 911, Melissa Lorenzen, staff member, rushed to the scene with the AED. She shocked him and began CPR. Collin Gibson, life-guard at the center, also assisted. By the time paramedics arrived, the man was responsive.
Man has heart attack at high school game
80-year-old Paul Hughes suffered a heart attack while watching a high school football game. When others in the stadium saw what had happened they started CPR on Hughes. When EMS arrived they used an AED. Once he was safe enough to be moved fans and the EMS team worked together to lift him up and out of the stadium. He is in the Cardiac ICU at ST. Elizabeth Hospital and is in stable condition.
A heroic police officer and his 7th rescue
“I just do what I have to do," said George White, a police officer who has attained a heroic reputation. He managed to save a total of seven lifes over the course of his career. One of them happened to be a young man who was not breathing. George received the call and went to assist the young man by administering CPR until the ambulance arrived. "He had no pulse and 30 seconds after I got off him the paramedics said they finally found a pulse.” The man’s father met Officer White in person to thank him for such a heroic action.
A boy saved outside of a KFC restaurant
It was a day of chicken and CPR. Police Officer Chase Miller was called to assist a family located at the back of a KFC restaurant. When he arrived he found an unresponsive boy being held by his mother. After placing the toddler on the ground and checking his vitals he proceeded to do CPR for around 2 minutes until little Brayden started breathing on his own again. The officer was given a life-saving award to honor his heroic actions.