The American Heart Association Healthcare Provider CPR is designed to provide professional rescuers, emergency responders and clinical staff with the knowledge and skill base to deliver basic life support in the event of sudden cardiac arrest and stroke. This class provides training for infant, child and adult CPR and AED (Automated External Defibrillator). The class is appropriate for those who work directly with patients or are involved in a healthcare profession.
The American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR is centered on the general population to teach recognition and immediate response to a medical emergency, perform adequate circulatory support and utilize Public Access Defibrillators (P.A.D) by activating the 911 system and utilizing AED’s (Automated External Defibrillators). This class is taught by American Heart Association certified healthcare professionals and covers adult and infant/child CPR, obstructed airway, the use of barrier devices, and AED hands-on training. The first aid portion teaches individuals how to manage an injuries or illnesses until professional help arrives. Topics include first aid basics, medical emergencies, trauma emergencies and environmental emergencies.
All courses include a textbook and certification card. Please review book. Certification cards will be mailed 2 to 4 weeks after completion of the course. Letters of completion are available upon request from the instructor.
Please contact John at 872-4545 for more information.