The Seattle Children’s PALS Training Center is an American Heart Association (AHA)–designated PALS Training Center. We follow the AHA Curricula for PALS Provider, PALS Renewal, HeartCode PALS Part 2 and PALS Provider for Physicians and Advanced Practitioners (adapted). Upon successful completion, participants are issued a PALS Provider card effective for two years.
Registration is now open for our 2017 courses, including:
For more information or to register, visit our PALS page.
For Provider Grand Rounds information, visit our Grand Rounds page.
View a list of all online videos in our video library.
Provider-to-Provider Consultation (providers only) 206-987-7777 877-985-4637, option 4 (toll-free)
Referral Questions (providers only) 206-987-2080
Emergency Department Communication Center/Neonatal and Pediatric Transport (providers only) 206-987-8899 866-987-8899 (toll-free)
Seattle Children's Hospital 206-987-2000 866-987-2000 (toll-free)
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