Connecticut ACLS, PALS & BLS

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PMT Connecticut News

September 5, 2012 - Connecticut Works to Reduce Heart Disease

It is estimated that strokes and heart disease cost the residents of Connecticut 4.7 Billion dollars in medical expenses and lost productivity in the year 2006. The Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention Program is working hard to reduce heart disease and strokes. Find out more about Connecticut's efforts to fight cardiovascular disease here.

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Connecticut FAQs

I've lost my Connecticut ACLS confirmation email. Can you send me another one?

Sure, we'd be happy to send you a new email. Please call our customer service department so we can verify the order and generate a new CT ACLS course email.

Are there any special requirements to register for the Connecticut PALS recertification course?

This course is designed for providers who have been certified in the past. If you are due for a Connecticut PALS just sign up with our fast order process and you'll receive instant access to the online training material and exam as soon as your order is complete.

Do you offer customer service support during the Connecticut BLS exam?

Yes, we offer customer support Monday through Friday. If you have a question about the course material or a technical difficulty please email or call us right away.

Critical Care Providers Should Know

In terms of the overall health of the state, Connecticut is considered by the United Health Foundation the third healthiest state in the country. The state of Connecticut has low obesity rates, low numbers of infectious diseases, a low number of smokers, and is tied with Colorado in terms of having the lowest number of people who have had a stroke.

There are some health issues that are affecting the citizens of CT, however. For example, 8% of the babies born in 2011 in Connecticut were considered to be low birth weight. This is only slightly below the national average of 8.16%. Also, 37.2% of the adults in Connecticut have reported having high blood pressure, which ranks Connecticut 21 out of 50 states.

  • 11% of the adult population in Connecticut reported being in fair to poor health
  • 13.2% of the adult population smoke
  • 23% of the population of Connecticut are considered to be obese
  • 11.1% of people in Connecticut are uninsured or underinsured
  • 7.3% of the adult population are diabetic
  • 79.3% of adults in Connecticut reported being physically active
  • The life expectancy in Connecticut is 80.18 years

In February of 2012, Connecticut was actively trying to reach its goal of making every hospital in the state "baby-friendly". What this means is that an organization, named Baby-Friendly USA, and recognizes hospitals around the country which are doing everything they can in order to help educate new moms. This organization makes sure that physicians and nurses are teaching new moms their options when it comes to feeding and taking care of their new infants. As of February 2012, 19% of the births in CT were at "baby-friendly" hospitals.

Some other goals that the state of Connecticut are trying to expand the reach of preventative programs intended to cure infectious diseases, educating the public on general health, and improving clinical staff performance. The Connecticut Department of Public health is also working with environmentalists in order to help improve the overall quality of life for its residents.

Major Hospitals in Connecticut

Hospital Name Address Map
Yale-New Haven Hospital 20 York Street,
New Haven, CT 06510
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Hartford Hospital 80 Seymour Street,
Hartford, CT 06106
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Waterbury Hospital 64 Robbins Street,
Waterbury, CT 06708
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St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center 114 Woodland Street,
Hartford, CT 06105
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Bridgeport Hospital 267 Grant Street,
Bridgeport, CT 06610
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About Connecticut

Connecticut is the third-smallest state, located in the northeast corner of the United States, in a region known as New England. The state is almost in the shape of a rectangle. In the southwest corner, there is a panhandle extending toward New York City. Connecticut has Massachusetts to the North, Rhode Island to the east and New York to the west. One the south side of the state is a bay of water called Long Island Sound.

Although the state is small, it has many people. It was settled early in the history of the United States because of its good soil. It is located along the Atlantic Coast, which is good location for fishing and trading.

Residents argue about the highest place in Connecticut. Bear Mountain rises to 2,354 feet above sea level. Mount Frissel is higher, but the actual top of it is in Massachusetts. The southern slope of Mount Frissell is 2,380 feet, and the souther slope is in Connecticut. So, the highest mountain in Connecticut is Bear Mountain. The highest point in Connecticut is the southern slope of Mount Frissel. Connecticut has warm summers and cool winters. The Atlantic Ocean keeps the climate mild. Spring and autumn are very pleasant. The beautifully colored fall trees bring many visitors to the state in October and November.

At 407 miles (655 km), the Connecticut River is the longest river in New England. The Waters of New England's largest river, the Connecticut, rise and fall with the ocean tides. In the Connecticut River valley people do not have to go far to experience the natural wonders of Connecticut.

For residents as well as visitors, Connecticut is a wonderful state to see, savor, and get to know. It is compact enough to visit from any part, find what looking for, step into shopping districts, see the sights, enjoy lunch or dinner, and be back home. It is the place for a perfectly day trip. Connecticut's coastal communities, from Greenwich to New Haven in particular, are exceptional places to visit, loaded with specialty shops, tourist attractions, fabulous restaurants, and intriguing inns.

Connecticut Cities

  • Bridgeport
  • New Haven
  • Hartford
  • Stamford
  • Waterbury
  • Norwalk
  • Danbury
  • New Britain
  • West Hartford
  • Bristol
  • Meriden
  • West Haven
  • Milford
  • Stratford
  • East Hartford
  • Middletown
  • Shelton
  • Norwich
  • Torrington
  • Trumbull
  • Naugatuck
  • Manchester
  • Newington
  • East Haven
  • Wethersfield
  • Westport
  • New London
  • North Haven
  • Darien
  • Ansonia
  • Wallingford Center
  • Willimantic
  • Orange
  • Derby
  • Windsor Locks
  • Storrs
  • Conning Towers
  • Groton
  • Bethel
  • Oakville
  • Kensington
  • Thompsonville
  • Southwood Acres
  • Rockville
  • Winsted
  • Ridgefield
  • Glastonbury
  • Putnam District
  • New Milford
  • Cheshire Village

Pacific Medical Training Course Acceptance Chart

We provide online emergency education services to customers throughout the United States and internationally. Our courses are based on current AHA guidelines as documented in the official training manuals, and have been successfully used by thousands of individual and commercial/government customers for both certification and recertification.

For a complete list of US states and cities where our courses are accepted, plus basic local health statistics, see the chart below.

West Pacific Region
State Major Cities Average Life Expectancy National Health Ranking PMT Courses Accepted
Washington Seattle 79.65 years 15th
Oregon Portland 79.04 years 10th
California Los Angeles San Diego San Jose San Francisco Long Beach Fresno Sacramento Oakland 80.4 years
Alaska 78.3 years 50th
Hawaii Honolulu 81.48 years 4th
West Mountain Region
State Major Cities Average Life Expectancy National Health Ranking PMT Courses Accepted
Arizona Phoenix Mesa Tucson 79.92 years 29th
Colorado Denver Colorado Springs 79.92 years 32nd
Idaho   79.21 years 19th
Montana 78.35 years 25th
Nevada Las Vegas 77.59 years 42nd
New Mexico Albuquerque 78.21 years 34th
Utah 80.08 years 7th
Wyoming 77.61 years 21st
West North Central Region
State Major Cities Average Life Expectancy National Health Ranking PMT Courses Accepted
Iowa 79.68 years 5th
Kansas Kansas City 78.41 years 26th
Nebraska Omaha 79.18 years 16th
North Dakota 80.10 years 12th
Minnesota Minneapolis 80.85 years 6th
Missouri 77.44 years 33rd
South Dakota 79.85 years 23rd
East North Central Region
State Major Cities Average Life Expectancy National Health Ranking PMT Courses Accepted
Illinois Chicago 78.86 years 28th
Indiana Indianapolis 77.71 years 38th
Michigan Detroit 77.89 years 30th
Ohio Cleveland Columbus 77.52 years 36th
Wisconsin Milwaukee 79.32 years 13th
Middle Atlantic Region
State Major Cities Average Life Expectancy National Health Ranking PMT Courses Accepted
New Jersey 79.66 years 11th
New York New York City 80.36 years 18th
Pennsylvania Philadelphia 78.16 years 26th
New England Region
State Major Cities Average Life Expectancy National Health Ranking PMT Courses Accepted
Connecticut 80.18 years 21st
Maine 78.68 years 8th
Massachusetts Boston 80.10 years 5th
New Hampshire 79.90 years 2nd
Rhode Island 79.26 years 10th
Vermont 79.70 years 1st
West South Central Region
State Major Cities Average Life Expectancy National Health Ranking PMT Courses Accepted
Arkansas 76.09 years 47th
Louisiana New Orleans 75.39 years 49th
Oklahoma Tulsa Oklahoma City 75.60 years 3rd
Texas Houston Dallas El Paso San Antonio Arlington Austin Fort Worth 78.27 years 6th
East South Central Region
State Major Cities Average Life Expectancy National Health Ranking PMT Courses Accepted
Alabama 75.18 years 47th
Kentucky Louisville 76.19 years 43rd
Mississippi 74.81 years 50th
Tennessee Nashville Memphis 76.2 years 39th
South Atlantic Region
State Major Cities Average Life Expectancy National Health Ranking PMT Courses Accepted
Delaware 78.38 years 30th
Florida Miami Jacksonville 79.70 years 33rd
Georgia Atlanta 77.09 years 31st
Maryland Baltimore 78.09 years 22nd
North Carolina Charlotte 77.19 years 32nd
South Carolina 76.57 years 45th
Virginia Virginia Beach 78.53 years 20th
West Virgina 75.16 years 9th

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  1. 1 100% online courses
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  3. 3 New AHA guidelines
  4. 4 Accepted nationwide
  5. 5 Free online training material
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  7. 7 ACLS, PALS & BLS available
  8. 8 1 year free risk guarantee
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Frequently Asked Questions

Are your courses accepted nationwide? Yes, our courses are accepted throughout the US and internationally.

How fast will I receive my card? Right away! You will be able to download your instant provider card as soon as you pass your exam. Your hard copy card will be mailed within 1 business day after you pass your exam.

Can I purchase more than one course? Yes, you can purchase up to 3 courses. Plus, you can save an extra 10% when you buy 2 courses and 15% when you buy 3!

Do your courses include online training material? Yes, each course includes complete online training material so you won’t need anything else to prepare for your exam. All training material is based on the new 2010 and 2011 guidelines.

Do you guarantee your courses? Yes, we guarantee each of our courses for 6 full months from the original date of purchase.