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How to Become CPR Certified

A person performs CPR

Does your job require you to become CPR certified? Are you interested in CPR certification so that you are better able to help in an emergency? 

If so, you may have questions about how you become CPR certified. And we have answers! Let’s take a look at the CPR certification process, from how to find and choose a class to … read more

11 Benefits of Learning CPR

The benefits of learning CPR

There are many great benefits of being CPR certified. Getting, maintaining, and using your CPR certification can be a profoundly rewarding experience. And even better, CPR is easy to learn.

We’ve compiled a list of 11 reasons for why you may want to consider learning CPR.

Save a life

No list of CPR benefits would be complete without addressing the … read more

What is BLS Certification?

Rescuers providing CPR
Professional Rescuers Perform CPR

BLS Stands for Basic Life Support. It refers to the skills used by emergency first responders, medical professionals, and more, use to help during a medical emergency. People who earn a BLS Certification will know how to use skills like cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) for victims of cardiac arrest, be able to clear airways … read more

How to Renew CPR Certification

A Person performs CPR
A Person performs CPR

CPR certification renewal is a vital part of keeping your skills up to date. To remain current, you must renew your CPR certification every two years. The good news is that you can complete your CPR renewal online, while still ensuring that your credentials remain valid and that your life-saving skills remain fresh.

Before we take … read more

What is CPR?

What is CPR and when should it be performed
CPR|Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

When you think of CPR, you probably think of a doctor or paramedic doing chest compressions on an unconscious person. But you may wonder how CPR actually works as a life saving procedure. What is CPR, and what does CPR do?

CPR Definition

CPR stands for cardiopulmonary resuscitation. It is an emergency procedure for … read more

Framingham Risk Calculator

Framingham Cardiac Risk Calculator
Framingham Risk Calculator

The Framingham Risk Calculator is an important cardiac tool, used to determine the risk of developing heart disease.

Framingham Risk Score

The Framingham Risk Score is used to determine the 10-year risk for developing cardiovascular disease. The formula is based on the Framingham Heart Study. The formula uses age, gender, total cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, and blood … read more

Group CPR Training

Group CPR Training
Group CPR Training

Group CPR Training Cost

Discounts are available for CPR AED (first time or CPR renewal), Healthcare Provider BLS, CPR/AED/First Aid, Basic First Aid, and Bloodborne Pathogens classes. Any group of 5 or more is usually eligible for special group discount rates. Special discounts are available for schools and nonprofit groups. Click the button below to … read more

First Aid for Bleeding

First Aid for Bleeding
First Aid for Bleeding

Bleeding (also known as hemorrhaging) often occurs after an injury. Additionally, it can be the result of a disease. Bleeding occurs when blood vessels become damaged. Bleeding injuries can happen on the outside of the body (external bleeding) or inside the body (internal bleeding).

Minor bleeding injuries can heal on their own, when the body produces … read more

Fire Prevention

Fire prevention | Simple Home Fire Safety
Fire Prevention

In the United States, fire departments respond to over 1,000,000 fires each and every year. Civilian fire deaths average about 3500 per year. According to the National Fire Protection Association, about 75% of those deaths are due to house fires. Fires also cause billions of dollars in property damage each year.

House Fire Prevention

Not all house fires … read more