ACLS, BLS, & PALS Recertification in New Jersey

Pacific Medical Training is the largest provider of 100% online emergency courses for doctors, paramedics, nurses, EMTs and other professionals in New Jersey.

Why Pacific Medical Training

Pacific Medical Training offers 100% online emergency courses for medical professionals including doctors, first responders, nurses and EMTs. Our courses are accepted across the United States and throughout the world. Each course includes everything you need to earn your card, plus a money back guarantee for your peace of mind.

ACLS Certification or Recertification Online

ACLS Certification Course: If you’ve never been certified

ACLS Recertification Course: If you’ve been certified in the past

We offer two different online courses for Advanced Cardiac Life Support. Our ACLS certification course is designed for medical professionals who have never been certified in the past. This course is longer and more extensive as it assumes no prior knowledge. For ACLS recertification in New Jersey, our course is designed for medical professionals who have been previously certified. This course is not as lengthy as it assumes previous experience. We are your comprehensive resource for ACLS recertification in New Jersey.

No Waiting - Instant Provider Cards 24/7/365!

~ ACLS Replacement Card

Each course now includes a free instant provider card that you can download and print as soon as you pass the exam. This means you can renew your certification day or night 24/7/365! Use your instant card for immediate proof of certification until your hard copy wallet provider card arrives in the mail.

Accepted Nationwide

Our courses’ learning materials are completely web-based. Simply pass the course, download and print your instant provider card for immediate proof of coverage, and then wait for your hard copy wallet provider card to arrive in the mail. Pacific Medical Training courses are accepted throughout the United States and in most other countries including Canada, the UK and more.

For EMS departments that require a skills check (like Nebraska) we do provide a skills checklist which you can use to complete your certification after completing the online portion.

Based on the Latest AHA Guidelines

~ AHA/ECC 2010 guidelines

All of our courses are written by AHA-trained medical professionals and based on current AHA guidelines. ACLS courses are based on the latest 2010 AHA guidelines.

Save up to 15% When You Add PALS or BLS

Save 10% when you buy two courses, including PALS recertification in Texas

Save 15% when you buy three courses, including BLS recertification in Texas

We now also offer cert and recertification for Pediatric Advanced Life Support and Basic Life Support. Based on the latest AHA official guidelines, each can be completed entirely by computer and includes everything you will need to earn your card. Plus, our shopping cart will give you an automatic discount when you purchase more than 1. Save 10% off your order when you order any two courses and 15% when you order 3! We can give you all the resources you need for your BLS recertification in New Jersey and your PALS recertification in New Jersey as well!

Complete ACLS Courses with Everything Included

Each Advanced Cardiac Life Support course is complete and includes everything you will need to prepare for the exam and earn your card.

Each course includes the following: - Complete online training material


 Online Training Material Included 


 Printable PDF Training Material Included -   **Online exam with 3 takes**


 Convenient Online Exam 


 3 Exam Takes Included 


 Printable PDF Exam -   **Instant provider card**


 Instant PDF Provider Card Included -   **Hard copy wallet provider card**


 Hard Copy Provider Card Included -   **Free shipping for hard copy card**


 Free Hard Copy Card Shipping Included (for US customers) -   **Professional customer support**


 Phone Support 


 Email Support -   **3 month money back guarantee**


 3 Month Money Back Guarantee

PMT New Jersey News

May 22, 2014 - Hockey player did not receive immediate CPR or AED after collapse at New Brunswick

A 16 year old hockey player collapsed at a training camp in northern New Brunswick. He had a heart ailment referred to as arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy. On arriving, the paramedics could not find any sign of AED use. Also, the young player was still wearing the chest protector and jersey which suggests that the CPR administration was ineffective. They performed chest compressions for two minutes and then applied the AED. However, in all 10 minutes had passed before the player received the first shock.

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July 12, 2013 - Headline

A 5-year-old girl is being credited with saving her mother’s life after she dialed 911 Tuesday when her mother began choking on a chip; Listen to the sweetest 911 call ever here.

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New Jersey FAQs

Is the New Jersey ACLS based on AHA guidelines?

Yes. All of our courses, including the NJ ACLS, are based on the most recent AHA 2010/201 guidelines. This includes the PALS and BLS for both certification and recertification courses. We update our training material and exams as soon as new algorithms and guidelines are released by the American Heart Association. We offer the most up to date ACLS renewal in New Jersey for all medical professionals.

How does the online New Jersey PALS recertification work?

Place an order for a PALS renewal in New Jersey from our website and you’ll receive instant access to our New Jersey PALS course material and certification exam. Preview and use the training material for as long as you’d like and when you are ready you may begin the certification exam. Once you pass the exam you will receive an instant provider card in PDF format and we’ll ship you a hard copy version the following business day.

How much does a New Jersey BLS recertification course cost?

The total cost for a course designed for BLS recertification in New Jersey is $65. A NJ BLS certification course costs $85. You can save 10% by ordering two courses and 15% when you order three. Prices are subject to change, so please check on pricing before going for your BLS renewal in New Jersey.

Critical Care Providers Should Know

The state of New Jersey is the 11th healthiest state out of the 50 states in the nation. There are a number of health issues in which New Jersey performs better than the national average. There are fewer people who smoke in New Jersey, fewer people who are obese, fewer people who have had a stroke, and fewer people with an infectious disease. If there is anything that the state of New Jersey needs to improve it’s the number of people who are afflicted with diabetes; compared to the rest of the country, New Jersey ranks uncharacteristically low.

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In September of 2011, the state of New Jersey became the first state in the country to enhance screening of newborn babies for heart defects before they leave the hospital. The day after the law passed, a baby’s heart murmur was detected and he had the necessary surgery to save his life. As of November 2011, this law has been responsible for saving the lives of at least a dozen newborns.

In October of 2011, New Jersey became the first (and possibly the only state in the nation) to require a transfer form for any patient transferring to a new hospital, nursing home, or rehab facility. This form speeds up the transfer process, and it ensures that everyone is on the same page when it comes to providing the patient critical care.

Major Hospitals in New Jersey

Hospital Name



Hackensack University Medical Center

30 Prospect Avenue, Hackensack, NJ 07601

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Newark Beth Israel Medical Center

201 Lyons Avenue, Newark, NJ 07112

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Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital

1 Robert Wood Johnson Place, New Brunswick, NJ 08901

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Childrens Specialized Hospital

200 Somerset Street, New Brunswick, NJ 08901

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Saint Peter’s University Hospital

254 Easton Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ 08901

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About New Jersey

New Jersey became a state in 1787, making it the third state admitted to the Union. New Jersey is often mentioned on TV show and movie sets backdropped in New York City. The state’s median household income is higher than the national average, and it has the densest population in the nation.

New Jersey has a wide range of residents from blue collar up to millionaire, with one of the highest state percentages of the latter. Though Philadelphia and New York City are centered in other states, both cultures have spilled over the state lines into New Jersey.

New Jersey has several distinctive museums including one dedicated to Thomas Edison, known as the father of invention. However, it is most famous for the Jersey Shore which is a well-known resort area and home of Atlantic City where gambling is legal. It is also the location of a popular TV show of the same name.

Shopping and recreation are easily available. Since this is not a large state, the beach is accessible as a day trip and can easily be combined with a shopping trip for a Saturday out. Public transportation also makes all the recreational benefits of New York City and Philadelphia available to New Jersey residents.

Transportation to New York City is easily done by large bridges, trains or ferries. Since many people work in New York City but live in New Jersey, public transportation is set up to cross state lines without having to transfer.

The cost of living in New Jersey is very high. It has the highest property taxes in the nation which makes even just renting an apartment expensive. However, an excellent percentage of this goes to fund New Jersey’s public schools. On the other hand, income tax is only a recent development and is still in the lower range.

New Jersey Cities