Nevada ACLS Certification and Recertification

A Synopsis of Nevada’s Health Profile

It seems like residents here are taking a serious gamble with their health. Nevada might be a top domestic tour destination, but healthcare personnel are all too familiar with the realities of the state. It comes in 42nd in terms of health in the country.

The number of children in poverty is on the rise. Since 2010, rates have increased to 23%. Nearly one quarter of young residents under the age of 18 live in conditions where they may not have access to regular checkups and healthcare. This leaves one of the most vulnerable populations unprotected.

There is also a lot of violent crime compared to neighboring states and a low number of high school graduates. This is a dangerous combination because residents who fall into this category are less likely to take care of themselves.

Nevada comes in dead last in terms of high school graduates. Only 56% of ninth graders graduate within four years. It’s shocking that only half of young residents complete high school, but that is the harsh reality here.

On the other hand, there is also some good news. Obesity is on the rise everywhere, but Nevada has fewer overweight residents than other parts of the country. About 23% of adults are considered obese, which is still a lot. However, rates are much higher in other states.

Many hospitals and healthcare organizations require medical personnel to be ACLS certified. There are higher unemployment rates in Nevada than the U.S. average, and job security is shaky at best. The next time a person is on the job hunt, chances are the employer will require an ACLS certificate.

Just like many other places, diabetes is also on the rise. It has been increasing in the past ten years, and now 173,000 Nevada adults are diagnosed as diabetic.

Nevada’s Pressing Frequently Asked Questions

This is an internet course, but where should I take a local skills check?
 
Not many employers are requiring skills tests. However, if your HR department is asking for it, it is possible to take a Nevada skills test. Contact us to set up the examination with an area instructor.
 
I have a Mac, will this be an issue?
 
Not at all. Our online Nevada ACLS course can be accessed with a PC or Mac.
 
I need to know if this ACLS course follows the most recent AHA guidelines.
 
Our courses are always immediately updated and are guaranteed to follow AHA requirements.

ACLS Class Locations

NameAddressPhone
Cpr Institute Llc8932 Saddle Red Ave
Las Vegas, NV 89143-1128
702-285-2208
Banner Churchill Community Hospital801 E Williams Ave
Fallon, NV 89406-3052
775-423-3151
North Lake Tahoe Fire Protec866 Oriole Way Attn: Rich/cpr
Incline Village, NV 89451-9439
775-833-8115
Carson Tahoe Regional Healthcare775 Fleischmann Way
Carson City, NV 89703-2995
775-882-4747
Valley Health System University (VHS U)8801 W Sahara
Las Vegas, NV 89117
702-369-7764
MountainView Hospital3100 N Tenaya Way
Las Vegas, NV 89128-0436
702-233-5371
American Medical Response1200 S Martin L King Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89102-2318
702-671-6977
Emergency Medical Training Centers, Inc.3310 Sunrise Ave
Las Vegas, NV 89101
702-373-2502
Community College of Southern Nevada2409 Las Verdes St # K1B
Las Vegas, NV 89102-3880
702-651-4452
Valley Hospital Medical Center620 Shadow Lane
Las Vegas, NV 89106
 
Centennial Hill Hospital Medical Center6900 N Durango Drive
Las Vegas, NV 89149
 
Desert Springs Hospital Medical Center2075 E. Flamingo Road
Las Vegas, NV 89119
 
Spring Valley Hospital Medical Center5400 Rainbow Blvd
Las vegas, NV 89118
 
Summerlin Hospital Medical Center657 Town Center Dr.
Las Vegas, NV 89144
 
REMSA - Regional Emergency Medical Services Authority230 South Rock Blvd Ste 23
Reno, NV 89502
775-858-5700
CPR Solutions Plus3114 Mastercraft Ave.
North Las Vegas, NV 89031
702-443-0635
Great Basin College1500 College Parkway
Elko, NV 89801
775-753-2212
Humboldt General Hospital118 E. Haskell
Winnemucca, NV 89445
775-623-5222
ext.160
Complete Medical Consultants, LLC1481 W. Warm Springs Road, Ste 130
Henderson, NV 89014
702-566-6429

About Nevada

Nevada became the 36th state in 1864. The state capitol of Nevada is Carson City with a population of 56,062 people (2005 Census). Las Vegas is the largest city in the state, with 545,147 people (2005 Census). The total population of Nevada is 2,700,551people (2010 Census). Nevada is comprised of 109,826 square miles of rugged mountain ranges running north to south, with southern areas lying in the Mohave Desert along the Colorado River Canyon. The state flower is the sagebrush. The state bird is the mountain bluebird. The state reptile of Nevada is the desert tortoise.

Nevada was first explored in the 1820’s by trappers and traders. In the 1840’s Kit Carson and John Fremont explored the Sierra Nevada and Great Basin areas. In 1848 after the end of the Mexican War, the United States acquired the area. Shortly thereafter, the first settlement was established, a Mormon trading post which was near what is now Genoa. Nevada is a rich mining state. In 1859 the largest and richest United States silver deposit was discovered, and was made famous as the Comstock Lode.

Since that time, silvery, gold, lead, copper, and other minerals have continued to be produced and mined heavily. In recent history, Nevada has led the United States in both the divorce and gambling industries. Reno and Las Vegas both have long since been entertainment capitals of the United States. While more strict divorce laws in other states have helped to reduce the divorce statistics, the gambling statistic remains high, with nearly 35 percent of Nevada’s general fund tax revenue coming from gambling.

Other popular tourist areas in Nevada include Lakes Tahoe, Mead, Mohave, and others. Also popular is the Hoover Dam which serves as the state boundary between Nevada and Arizona. Prominent historical figures and famous people from Nevada include Andre Agassi, Henry Comstock, William Lear, and others.

We provide 100% online ACLS training to these Nevada cities and other locations:

Nevada Medical Resources