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

We provide online ACLS Certification or Recertification, BLS Certification or Recertification, PALS Certification or Recertification, and NRP Certification or Recertification in Arkansas. Aside from a few cases which may require an in-person skills test, our 100% online course is accepted by almost all Arkansas employers and for the exceptions, a referral can be made for the skills test.

Our easy to use system allows you to study and take the ACLS certification test online. You may also opt to take other lifesaving skills courses. In any case, you will swiftly learn the information required to pass your final exam(s).

Cardiovascular Health in Arkansas

According to America's Health Rankings, Arkansas ranks 47th out of the states for death caused by heart disease or cardiovascular event. The percentage of adults who reported being told by a health professional that they have angina or coronary heart disease in 2016 is 3.9 - down from 4.2 in 2015.

Arkansas benefits from a low prevalence of excessive drinking, high Tdap immunization coverage among adolescents, and a small disparity in health status by educational attainment, but struggles with a high prevalence of obesity, a high prevalence of smoking, and a high prevalence of frequent mental distress.

In the past five years, the percentage of the population without health insurance in Arkansas decreased 43% from 18.9% to 10.7%. The frequency of cardiovascular deaths is at 317.3 per 100,000 population.

ACLS certification, BLS certification, NRP certification, and PALS certification in Arkansas can be lifesaving measures in case of emergency. By attaining ACLS certification or completing online ACLS renewal online with our program, you can be ready to save a life if such skills are needed.

Why Seek ACLS Certification in Arkansas?

If you choose to pursue a career which requires employees to obtain and maintain certification in one or more skills areas, be aware that you could need ACLS, BLS, PALS, or NRP certification. This can apply to any of the following jobs:

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

Online ACLS Certification and ACLS Renewal Requirements in Arkansas

Once you complete Arkansas ACLS certification online, you can do online ACLS renewal every two years to stay certified. CME credits can be earned for both certification and recertification.

Some employers might ask you to complete a hands-on skills test in person at a certified testing site along with your online ACLS certification. The testing site usually charges a small fee. We can supply you with the form to take to the testing site.

On-Site ACLS Skill Testing Centers

If your employer asks you to take a monitored ACLS skills test to complete your ACLS Certification in Arkansas, you can check with any of these locations which may be offering skills testing in your area.

Name

Address

Phone

Univ of AR Comm College at Hope

2500 S. Main
Hope, AR 71801

870-722-8289

American First Response

8735 Sheltie Dr Ste F Diana Boulton
Maumelle, AR 72113-6793

501-771-1778

St Bernard`s Medical Center

225 E Jackson Ave Dept 61
Jonesboro, AR 72401-3119

870-336-4909

Northwest Medical Center - Washington County

609 W Maple Ave; Suite 603
Springdale, AR 72764-5335

479-757-3400

Community & Professional Resource Center Inc.

801 S 21st St Ste A (DBA The CPR Center)
Fort Smith, AR 72901-4075

479-785-1578

UAM College of Technology-McGehee

1609 Ash St
McGehee, AR 71654

870-460-1055

Arkansas Methodist Hospital

900 W Kings Highway
Paragould, AR 72450-5942

870-239-7015

Lifesaver Associates

5407 Highway 5 North
Bryant, AR 72022

877-633-3277

Arkansas Heart Hospital

1701 S Shackleford Rd Jayne Harrison Education
Little Rock, AR 72211-4335

501-686-9645

North Arkansas Medical Center

620 N Main St
Harrison, AR 72601-2994

870-414-4098

NEA Baptist Memorial Hospital

3024 Stadium Blvd
Jonesboro, AR 72401-7415

870-972-7114

National Park Medical Center

1920 Malvern Ave
Hot Springs, AR 71901-7752

501-620-1185

Crowley`s Ridge Technical Institute

PO Box 925
Forrest City, AR 72336-0925

870-633-5411

University of Arkansas Medical Science

4301 W Markham St # 526
Little Rock, AR 72205-7101

501-686-6095

Washington Regional Medical Center

3215 N. North Hills Blvd (WRMC Education Dept.)
Fayetteville, AR 72703-4007

479-463-1299

St. Edward Mercy Medical Center

7301 Rodgers Ave Receiving
Fort Smith, AR 72903

417-820-6918

Emergency Education Associates

400 N 38th Pl
Rogers, AR 72756-1883

479-531-2361

Baxter Regional Medical Center

624 Hospital Dr, Attn: Education Dept.
Mountain Home, AR 72653-2955

870-508-1764

Conway Regional Health System

2147 Caldwell St
Conway, AR 72034-4932

501-329-0774

St Joseph`s Mercy Center

PO Box 29001, 300 Werner St
Hot Springs, AR 71903-9001

501-622-2124


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 Arkansas cities among others:

  • Little Rock
  • Fort Smith
  • North Little Rock
  • Fayetteville
  • Springdale

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

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

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 Arkansas?

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 Arkansas PALS, ACLS, BLS, or ACLS courses accepted?

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

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