Pacific Medical Training is the largest provider of 100% online emergency courses for doctors, nurses, EMTs, and other professionals in Utah.
Pacific Medical Training offers 100% online emergency courses for medical professionals including doctors, nurses, and EMTs seeking ACLS, PALS, and BLS recertification in Utah. 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 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 ACLS recertification in Utah is designed for medical professionals who have been previously certified. This course is not as lengthy, as it assumes previous experience.
Pacific Medical Training offers ACLS, PALS, and BLS certification and recertification courses online to qualified medical professionals, such as paramedics, EMTs, and emergency first responders. 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.
Our courses’ learning materials are completely Web-based, making it easy to acquire your ACLS, PALS, and BLS recertification in Utah. 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 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 2010 AHA guidelines.
Save 10% when you buy two courses, including PALS recertification in Utah
Save 15% when you buy three courses, including BLS recertification in Utah
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 course, whether you need ACLS, BLS, or PALS renewal in Utah. Save 10% off your order when you order any two courses and 15% when you order three!
Each Advanced Cardiac Life Support course is complete and includes everything you will need to prepare for the exam and earn your card when seeking ACLS renewal in Utah.
The certification course is more extensive than the ACLS recertification in Utah course, as it assumes no prior subject knowledge or experience.
Heart, health related news story for state.
The UT ACLS currently costs $165 for a recertification course and $225 for a certification course. You can earn up to a 15% discount on course fees by ordering multiple courses at once. Prices are subject to change.
Yes, management of shock is an important unit in the UT PALS online training material and exam. In total, there 13 units for the PALS certification and recertification courses.
Not necessarily. You will receive a PDF of your new UT BLS as soon as you complete the BLS course and successfully pass the exam. You can print this certification card from your computer for immediate proof of certification day or night. This also applies for medical professionals seeking BLS renewal in Utah.
Utah is the seventh-healthiest state in the country, according to the United Health Foundation. There are quite a few health indicators in which Utah performs much better than the national average. There are a low percentage of people living in Utah who are diabetic, who are obese, who smoke, and who have low blood pressure. The one health issue that the state of Utah does need to be concerned with is the amount of people who have an infectious disease. - 11.7% of the adults in Utah are in fair to poor health - 23% of the adults in Utah have high blood pressure - 33.6% of the adult population of Utah have high cholesterol - 9.1% of the adults in Utah smoke - 23% of the adults in Utah are obese - 6.5% of the adult population in Utah have diabetes - The average life expectancy in Utah is 80.08 years
In February of 2012, the Utah Department of Health renewed its efforts to make the general public aware of the dangers of high blood pressure. The state of Utah has reported that 3,500 of its citizens die each year of a heart attack, and they are looking to lower that number through education and prevention. Since there are no outward symptoms of high blood pressure, the Utah Department of Health has started to encourage people to get tested for high blood pressure so they can receive proper treatment and avoid a more serious medical situation.
In January of 2012, the state of Utah released an educational article directed at pregnant women in order to give their babies a healthy head start. The goal of the article was to help prevent heart defects in newborns by having pregnant women take better care of themselves during pregnancy. The article urged women to see their doctor regularly, follow a healthy diet, and maintain a healthy weight during pregnancy.
Primary Children’s Medical Center
100 Mario Capecchi Drive,
Salt Lake City, UT 84113
University of Utah Health Care
375 Chipeta Way Ste C,
Salt Lake City, UT 84108
Intermountain Medical Center
5121 Cottonwood Street,
Murray, UT 84107
Utah Valley Regional Medical Center
1034 N 500 W,
Provo, UT 84604
8th Avenue & C Street,
Salt Lake City, UT 84143
An outdoor enthusiast’s dream, Utah is home to five different national parks. Zion, Bryce Canyon, Arches, Capitol Reef, and Canyonlands, as well as the north rim of the Grand Canyon are all located in this scenic region. Sightseeing, skiing, hiking, fishing, camping and white-water rafting are just some of the activities you can enjoy while visiting this western state.
Utah was settled in the Salt Lake Valley by Mormon pioneers. Arriving in 1847, the Mormons are credited with having built the cities they were to live in, from irrigation systems to schools. They were an industrious people who worked hard to provide for their community and farm the nearby land.
In Salt Lake City, you can find the world-renowned Mormon Tabernacle. The Family Search Center is a mecca for the genealogy buff. World-class performing arts venues and museums may also be enjoyed. There are many places to shop, and the light rail TRAX makes it easy to get around.
Right outside of Salt Lake City, you can find enjoyment in the Great Salt Lake, the largest natural lake west of the Mississippi. Although there are no fish in the lake, a wide array of water sports can be a great way to spend the day. Close-by Bonneville Salt Flats is well-known to racing fans for land speed records being set as far back as 1914.
In the southern end of the state, St. George is a smaller city. It is high on beauty and low on temperature extremes. Snowbirds can be counted on to pump up the population during its mild winters. St. George is known for its high-quality spas and beautiful golf courses. While here, it is an easy day trip to the bright lights of Las Vegas.
With over 80% of Utah under public protection, either state or federal, the state’s beauty should be available to delight you for many years to come.