PATIENT SAFETY & CPR CERTIFICATION
Did you know that cardiac arrest is a leading cause of death in the United States? If one of your loved ones was suddenly stricken with a heart attack, would you know how to respond? Our entire clinical staff just completed our CPR recertification through the American Heart Association’s Basic Life Support Course. In this practical, hands-on class, we learned to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, we provided CPR to simulated victims of all ages, we learned to use an AED, and we were instructed on how to treat choking victims in a safe, timely and effective manner. Hopefully we will all never have to use the knowledge and techniques that we acquired through this course, but it gives us all great assurance and confidence to know that we will now all be able to respond even more appropriately and thoroughly in case of an emergency. I would encourage everyone to become certified in CPR. It’s a decision you and your loved ones will never regret.
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