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Need to Become Certified in ACLS, BLS, PALS, or NRP in Alabama?

We provide online ACLS Certification or Recertification, BLS Certification or Recertification, PALS Certification or Recertification, and NRP Certification or Recertification in Alabama. Our 100% online course is accepted by nearly every Alabama employer (in some cases, you may also be asked to complete a short, in person skills test in addition to passing the online test.)

With our fast, proven system, you'll be able to study and take the ACLS certification test - or any of our other tests - online. You can also quickly learn the information required to pass additional lifesaving skills courses.

Cardiovascular Health in Alabama

According to The American Heart Association, heart disease is the leading cause of death in the state. Arizona has the 2nd highest death rate from cardiovascular disease out of the states. In the past year, physical inactivity increased 16% from 27.6% to 31.9% of adults.

Alabama benefits from a low prevalence of excessive drinking, a high percentage of high school graduation, and high Tdap immunization coverage among adolescents, but struggles with a high prevalence of smoking, a high prevalence of low birthweight, and a high infant mortality rate, according to America's Health Rankings.

ACLS certification, BLS certification, NRP certification, and PALS certification in Alabama can help save lives in case of an emergency. You can achieve ACLS certification or online ACLS renewal online easily with our program, and be ready when such skills are needed.

Why Seek ACLS Certification in Alabama?

There are many jobs available which now could require employees to achieve and keep up their certification in one or more skills areas. You may need ACLS, BLS, PALS, or NRP certification to do any of the following jobs:

  • Medical imaging and therapeutic equipment technicians, such as MRI technologists and mammographers
  • Nutritionists and dietitians
  • Chiropractors and other alternative or complementary practitioners and associate professionals
  • Environmental and occupational health and hygiene professionals
  • Medical and pathology laboratory technicians, such as blood bank technicians
  • Audiologists and speech therapists
  • Dentists, dental assistants, hygiene therapists, and prosthetic technicians
  • Pharmacists and associates including pharmaceutical technicians and assistants
  • Community health workers and elder care workers
  • Paramedical practitioners, ambulance officers, ambulance paramedics, emergency medical technicians, and emergency paramedics
  • Teachers, teaching assistants, and school or daycare employees
  • Medical prosthetic technicians
  • Midwifery professionals and associates
  • Respiratory technologists and anesthesia technicians
  • Sports coaches, fitness trainers, and exercise leaders
  • Physiotherapists and assistants
  • Nursing professionals and associates such as practical nurses and assistant nurses
  • Ophthalmologists and optometrists
  • Psychologists, psychiatrists, and psychotherapists
  • Physicians (medical practitioners) and medical assistants

Online ACLS Certification and ACLS Renewal Requirements in Alabama

You can complete your initial Alabama ACLS certification online, and maintain online ACLS renewal every two years to stay certified. Be aware that CME credits can be earned for certification and recertification.

In some cases, you may also be asked to complete a short, in person skills test in addition to passing the online test. The testing site usually charges a small fee.

On-Site ACLS Skill Testing Centers

If your employer insists that you take a monitored ACLS skills test to achieve your ACLS Certification in Alabama, we can supply you with the form to take to the testing site. The following locations may be offering skills testing in your area.

Name

Address

Phone

Atmore Ambulance

212 N. Main St

251-368-1184

Atmore, AL 36502-2445

Flowers Hospital

4370 W Main St Attn: Receiving

334-794-5000

Dothan, AL 36305-1056

ext 1950

Wallace State Community College

801 Main St NW

256-352-8336

Hanceville, AL 35077-5462

Jackson Emergency Transport Service

210 S Kimball Ave

251-246-5787

Jackson, AL 36545

Training USA

2808 Southside Drive

205-345-3675

Tuscaloosa, Al 35401

Tuskegee Area Health Education Center

2400 Hospital Rd Bldg 68-2 CAVHCS - Tuskegee Campus

334-727-0550

Tuskegee, AL 36083-5001

ext 3586

University of Alabama - Birmingham

619 19th Street South, OHB 251

205-934-3611

Birmingham, AL 35249-7013

Athens-Limestone Hospital Home Health

700 W Market St Licensed Beds 101

256-233-9292

Athens, AL 35611-2457

University of South Alabama EMS

2002 Old Bay Front Dr

251-431-6418

Mobile, AL 36615-1427

Bevill State College

101 State St

205-648-3271

Sumiton, AL 35148-4121

ext 5546

Calhoun Community College

Shipping

256-306-2852

Tanner, AL 35671-4028

Lurleen B Wallace Comm College

1000 Dannelly Blvd

334-881-2210

Andalusia, AL 36420

Huntsville Hospital

101 Sivley Rd SW

256-265-8025

Huntsville, AL 35801-4421

Northeast Alabama State Comm College

138 Highway 35 West

256-228-6001

Rainsville, AL 35986-0159

Cullman EMS

601 2nd Ave SW

256-734-3022

Cullman, AL 35055-4218

East Alabama Medical Center

2000 Pepperell Pkwy

Opelika, AL 36801-5452

Wallace Community College - Dothan

1141 Wallace Dr

334-556-2442

Dothan, AL 36303-0943

Mobile County EMS

7921 Tanner Williams Rd Ste C

251-343-7131

Mobile, AL 36608-8303

EMS Training Center

11432 Mount Vernon Dr

205-454-5520

Duncanville, AL 35456-2220

Birmingham Regional EMS System

1114 16th St S

205-934-2595

Birmingham, AL 35205-4714

ext 3

Southeast Community Training Center

611 Jones Rd Attn: William Gainey

334-692-4277

Newton, AL 36352

Emergency Medical Training and Supply

171 Montclair Loop

504-259-1838

Daphne, AL 36526

Cintas First Aid & Safety, Birmingham

602 Cahaba Valley Circle

205-403-0911

Pelham, AL 35124

Safety and Health Solutions - Birmingham

612 32nd St South

404-380-1510

Birmingham, AL 35233

Safety and Health Solutions - Mobile

3750 Airport Blvd

404-380-1510

Mobile, AL 36608

Ready to Earn your ACLS Certification Online?

It's easy to get started; just sign up and follow the steps to gain access to free online study materials. Do the work from anywhere, and test anytime to instantly receive your printable certification card upon achieving a passing grade. Our 100% online course includes the following features:

  • Nationally & Internationally Accepted
  • 100% Online Training and Testing
  • All Online Study Materials Included Free
  • Unlimited Practice Tests and Final Exam Retakes
  • No On-Site Testing (unless employer required)
  • Based on Latest AHA and ECC/ILCOR Guidelines
  • Courses Qualify for CME Credits
  • Instant Printable Certification Cards
  • Hard-Copy Wallet Card Mailed Free

You can become ACLS certified or renew ACLS certification in as little as a few hours, and pursue BLS, PALS, or NRP certification online as well.

Sign up for online ACLS, BLS, PALS, or NRP certification or renewal today!

We provide online ACLS certification and recertification classes to the following major Alabama cities and others:

  • Birmingham
  • Montgomery
  • Mobile
  • Huntsville
  • Tuscaloosa
  • Hoover
  • Dothan

FAQs about Alabama ACLS, BLS, PALS, and NRP Certification

Are your online ACLS, PALS, BLS, and NRP certification courses valid in Alabama?

Yes, all of our courses are accepted across the state.

Do you offer free shipping for my BLS, PALS, NRP, or ACLS certification card?

We will ship your card (and your continuing education certificate) for free; they should arrive in 3 - 5 business days.

Do you have training centers for PALS, ACLS, NRP, and BLS certification in Alabama?

We do not have any local training centers since our courses are 100% online and you can complete your ACLS certification from anywhere in just a few hours on the device of your choice.

Where are your online Alabama PALS, ACLS, BLS, or ACLS courses accepted?

Our certification program is accepted throughout the United States and internationally.

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