ACLS, BLS, & PALS Recertification in Oregon

ACLS, BLS, & PALS Recertification in Oregon

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

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. We want you to be confident about our courses that allow you to get BLS recertification in Oregon.

ACLS Certification or Recertification Online

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 Oregon, our course is designed for medical professionals who have been previously certified. This course is not as lengthy, as it assumes previous experience, which makes ACLS recertification in Oregon easier.

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

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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 ACLS renewal in Oregon 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 U.K., 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 finishing the online portion.

Based on the Latest AHA Guidelines

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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 2 courses

Save 15% when you Buy 3 courses

We now also offer certification and recertification for Pediatric Advanced Life Support and Basic Life Support. Based on the latest AHA official guidelines, PALS and BLS renewal in Oregon can be completed entirely by computer and includes everything you will need to earn your BLS recertification in Oregon. 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! Our savings makes us the premier choice for PALS recertification in Oregon.

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. - Complete online training material

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 Online Training Material Included 

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

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 Convenient Online Exam 

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 3 Exam Takes Included 

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 Printable PDF Exam -   **Instant provider card**

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

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

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

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 Phone Support 

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

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Oregon FAQs

What are your class schedules for the Oregon ACLS course?

Our courses are 100% online. You’ll be able to access both the OR ACLS training material and exam anytime, 24/7. Spend as much time as you need preparing until you are ready to attempt the online Oregon ACLS exam. You can begin the exam at any time.

How soon can I take the Oregon PALS exam after purchasing the course?

You can take the OR PALS test immediately after purchasing the course. You’ll receive instant access to the exam, and you’ll also receive three exam re-takes.

Is the Oregon BLS accepted nationwide?

Yes, our OR BLS courses are accepted nationwide. This includes both certification and recertification courses for ACLS, PALS, and BLS. Pacific Medical Training courses are also accepted internationally. That is why we are your best choice for ACLS, BLS, and PALS renewal in Oregon.

Critical Care Providers Should Know

The state of Oregon ranks in the top ten states when it comes to the number of residents who smoke, the number of people with high cholesterol, the rate of infant mortality, and the number of people with diabetes, according to the United Health Foundation. There are some health issues, however, which do concern the citizens of Oregon. For example, a high percentage of people have cancer or have died from cancer. Also, there are many people in Oregon who are either uninsured or underinsured. - 15.8% of the adults in Oregon are in poor to fair health - 15.1% of the adults in Oregon smoke - 27.6% of the population of Oregon are obese - 7.2% of adults have diabetes - 16.8% of the population of Oregon are either uninsured or underinsured - 35.2% of the adults in Oregon have high cholesterol - 27.1% of adults in Oregon have high blood pressure - The average life expectancy in Oregon is 79.04 years

The state of Oregon has been concerned for the past few years about families keeping their children up to date on vaccinations. Each year, the Oregon Department of Health releases a population-based report that details which areas are on top of their vaccines and which are falling behind. The Oregon Department of Health releases this report so that its citizens and its medical community can see which areas of the state need better information, education, and grant money.

In November of 2011, the state of Oregon began to streamline the process of a doctor’s visit by going to paperless medical offices. This makes each office visit much quicker, which means that more patients can be seen.

Major Hospitals in Oregon

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Rogue Valley Medical Center

2825 East Barnett Road, Medford, OR 97504

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St. Charles Medical Center-Bend

2500 Northeast Neff Road, Bend, OR 97701

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Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center

3600 Northwest Samaritan Drive, Corvallis, OR 97330

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Ashland Community Hospital

280 Maple Street, Ashland, OR 97520

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Bay Area Hospital

1775 Thompson Road, Coos Bay, OR 97420

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About Oregon

Oregon is the 33rd state, admitted to the union on February 14, 1859. The coastal cities and towns enjoy beautiful views of the deep blue Pacific Ocean, and inland cities and towns benefit from the big wilderness and wildlife surrounding them.

The biggest complaint about Oregon is the rainy weather; there is not a lot of sunshine during the year, especially on the coastline. Though inland gets more sunshine throughout the year, it is still very dreary.

The residents are very liberal and politically oriented to the left, and Oregon is considered a “blue state.” Social programs and outreach play a large part in Oregon’s social makeup. It is also a very expensive state: The overall cost of living index for Oregon is 115, compared to the national index of 100. The cost of food index is at 101, utilities are at a less-expensive 88, and other services and expenses are at 104.

The residents of Oregon range from elite, highly educated academic scholars to the very poor. Homelessness is one of the largest problems Oregon faces, particularly in the larger, urban areas, such as Portland.

Many people visit Oregon for the historical preservation and wildlife conservation efforts. Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy Crater Lake National Park, full of hiking trails that lead to breathtaking views. Those looking for an exploration of wildlife that isn’t too close for comfort visit places like the Oregon Coast Aquarium or the Oregon Zoo.

Other attractions throughout Oregon include the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, the High Desert Museum, Portland Children’s Museum, and Multnomah Falls. One of the more famous attractions that draws thousands of visitors from all over is the Astoria Column, which has 164 steps to the top and offers a large, panoramic view of the Pacific Ocean, the Columbia River, the Astoria-Megler Bridge, and mountains of Washington.

Housing in Oregon varies from luxury homes and mansions to small, very cheap housing. Luxury spas and resorts, very expensive hotels, and very cheap hostels are also available. Campgrounds and RV parks are also common places to stay throughout the state.

Portland Info

Oregon Cities