Pacific Medical Training is the largest provider of 100% online emergency courses for doctors, nurses, EMTs, paramedics, and other professionals in Ohio.
Pacific Medical Training offers 100% online emergency courses for medical professionals including doctors, nurses, first responders, and EMTs. Our courses are accepted across the United States and throughout the world. Each online course includes everything you need to earn your certification card, plus a money-back guarantee for your peace of mind.
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. Our course for ACLS recertification in Ohio is designed for EMTs and other medical professionals who have been previously certified. This emergency course is not as lengthy, as it assumes previous experience.
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 get your ACLS recertification in Ohio 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.
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 for ACLS renewal in Ohio are accepted throughout the United States and in most other countries, including Canada, the U.K., and more.
For EMS departments that require a skills check, including those in Nebraska, we do provide a skills checklist that you can use to complete your certification after completing the online portion.
All of our courses are written by AHA-trained medical professionals and based on current AHA guidelines. ACLS courses are based on the latest 2015 AHA guidelines.
Save 10% when you buy two courses
Save 15% when you buy three courses
We now also offer certification 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 one. Save 10% off your order when you order any two courses and 15% when you order three. In short, if you choose our services, you can earn your BLS recertification in Ohio as well as your PALS recertification in Ohio and save money at the same time!
Each Advanced Cardiac Life Support course is complete and includes everything you will need to prepare for the exam and earn your card.
The certification course is more extensive than the recertification course, as it assumes no prior subject knowledge or experience.
A 15 year old young boy collapsed while playing basketball in Ashland. He had a cardiac arrest; he was not breathing and had no pulse. Three police officers arrived at the scene and initiated CPR and performed rescue breathing. They then applied an AED for two times following which the boy had his heart beat restored.
You won’t have a time limitation on using the OH ACLS training material. You can spend as much time as you’d like preparing for the exam. When you’re comfortable and feel prepared, you can begin the OH ACLS exam at any time, day or night.
No, we keep your test results confidential. If you fail your test for PALS renewal in Ohio on one of your three attempts, it will be kept private. When you pass the certification exam, you will immediately receive an instant provider card that displays that you are PALS certified.
We don’t offer a delivery service to employers, but we provide a number of methods to deliver our provider cards to you. You will receive an instant PDF card as soon as you pass the test for BLS recertification in Ohio plus a hard-copy version in the mail a few days later.
The state of Ohio is currently ranked as the 36th healthiest state by the United Health Foundation, but there are many health issues that need to be addressed. Ohio has a high percentage of people who have high blood pressure, high cholesterol, obesity, diabetes, or cancer, and who take a lot of physical and mental health days off of work. One health indicator in which the state of Ohio is performing above the national average is the number of people who follow a healthy diet. - 16.1% of the adult population of Ohio reports being in poor to fair health - 3% of adults in Ohio have suffered a stroke - 29.6% of adults have high cholesterol - 31.7% of the adults in Ohio have high blood pressure - 22.5% of adults in Ohio smoke - 29.7% of adults are obese - 10.1% of the adult population of Ohio are diabetic - The average life expectancy in Ohio is 77.52 years
The Ohio Department of Health is recognizing businesses that help provide or promote a healthy workplace. Each year, the state of Ohio holds a ceremony that recognizes the healthiest workplaces in the state. Ohio realizes that people spend many hours at their workplace, so it would make sense for that place to be as healthy as possible. In order to be recognized as a healthy workplace, the place of business must have a wellness program for employees.
In 2007, accidental overdoses on prescription medication became the leading cause of injury death in the state of Ohio, even greater than car crashes or other accidents. In order to help combat these fatalities, the Ohio Department of Health has started to educate the general public on prescription drugs and the damage that they can do if they are incorrectly used. The state has taken out radio and television ads as well as offered lectures. Since 2009, the state of Ohio has seen a slow but steady decline in the number of prescription drug-related deaths.
Major Hospitals in Ohio
6780 Mayfield Road, Mayfield Heights, OH 44124
St. John Medical Center
29000 Center Ridge Rd, Westlake, OH 44145
Nationwide Children’s Hospital
700 Childrens Drive, Columbus, OH 43205
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
3333 Burnet Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45229
Ohio State University Hospital
1492 East Broad Street, Columbus, OH 43205
From rolling hills to flat plains and sandy beachfronts, Ohio is a combination of landscapes. The eastern border of the state starts as rolling plateaus and slowly settles into flat plains toward the west. The state’s northern border is made up of a long beachfront, which runs along Lake Erie. At the other end of the state, the majestic Ohio River cuts a curving trail east to west across Ohio’s southern boundary.
Topography made Ohio a spacious, open, inviting realm. Geographically and historically, it lies in the mainstream of America. More than 11 million people live in Ohio. Though they have different beliefs and traditions, they also have plenty in common. Millions of years ago, water covered Ohio. It eventually drained off, leaving behind swamps. Then came the Ice Age, when glaciers up to 8,000 feet thick covered two-thirds of Ohio. The fertile soil of Ohio has given rise to acres of rich farmland.
Ohio’s museums contain amazing exhibits with artifacts that tell the story of the state. Around the state, cities host business and industry, along with centers for research, health care, the arts, numerous fine restaurants, unique overnight accommodations, and transportation. Small towns cherish their own traditions, and parts of southern Ohio reflect people’s Appalachian roots. In Amish communities, people still work their farms with horse-drawn plows. Columbus is now home to thousands of immigrants from Somalia.
Ohio is blessed with abundant rivers and streams. In the north, the Maumee, Sandusky, Vermilion, and Cuyahoga rivers flow into Lake Erie. Most waters in the south, including the Great Miami, Scioto, Hocking, and Muskingum rivers, drain into the Ohio River.
Ohio has four well-marked seasons. Winters can be harsh in northeast Ohio, which receives most of the state’s annual 2.5 feet of snow. Spring, often brief, is usually rainy. About 38 inches of precipitation fall yearly. Summer brings thunderstorms, often severe ones.
Ohio has been called the westernmost of the eastern states and the easternmost of the western states. Historically, it was influenced by the settled qualities of the east while embracing the social improvisation of the West.
Ohio Cities - Columbus - Cleveland - Cincinnati - Toledo - Akron - Dayton - Parma - Youngstown - Canton - Lorain - Springfield - Hamilton - Kettering - Lakewood - Elyria - Euclid - Middletown - Mentor - Cleveland Heights - Cuyahoga Falls - Mansfield - Warren - Newark - Strongsville - Fairfield - Lima - Findlay - Huber Heights - Beavercreek - Boardman - Lancaster - Marion - Westerville - North Olmsted - Upper Arlington - Brunswick - Gahanna - Stow - Reynoldsburg - Fairborn - Westlake - Austintown - Dublin - Massillon - Garfield Heights - Bowling Green - Shaker Heights - North Royalton - Kent - Barberton
The State Medical Board of Ohio requires AMA Category I hours for its continuing education requirements.
Paul Ferder, general manager of Kent Mold & Manufacturing, showed he was a good CPR student. He remembered his CPR class from 13 years ago at Hudson High School to save the life of a co-worker who had collapsed due to a heart attack. Other employees had called to Paul when Wilford Auvil collapsed while repairing a window at the shop. Paul saw what was happening, went to call 911 and then returned and began CPR. Ferder performed compressions for 10 minutes until EMS arrived and set up their equipment, asking Ferder to continue until they were ready. Auvill is now recovering.