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Trevor Brown didn’t think or hesitate, he just acted when he saw a stranger have a cardiac event and stop breathing at Del Mar Highlands Town Center on April 10.
Colorado Gives Day is December 4 and CPR Professionals and the American Heart Association is celebrating!
We are thrilled to announce that Jessica Lyn Ramos is the new administrator for CPR Professionals! She’s great and I’m sure she’ll do a wonderful job for our company.
Louis Abbott had just seconds to assess what had happened to his brother, Ral, after he fell off a short ladder while working at a vineyard in Velarde about three weeks ago.
Teaching students CPR before they graduate would put thousands of qualified lifesavers on our streets every year and progress toward that nationwide goal is being achieved.
AHA is kicking off an online School Challenge to encourage teens and tweens to learn the simple steps to save lives with CPR.
From Feb. 15 through March 15, students can help their schools train the next generation of lifesavers and win prizes by visitingbethebeat.heart.org and completing these brief activities as part of the School Challenge:
CPR Professionals is please to announce our new classroom in Westminster Colorado is open for business!!
In a partnership with our friends at Miller Safety, we will now be offering BLS for the Healthcare Providers class approximately 3 times a month at their offices.
This make a total of 5 classrooms that CPR Professionals now has in [...]
MESA, AZ – People are calling a 9-year-old boy a hero after he saved his baby sister’s life with CPR.
According to Mesa Fire Department spokesman Capt. Forrest Smith, the girl fell into her grandmother’s swimming pool around 9 a.m. Sunday near Sossaman and Guadalupe roads.
Smith said the girl’s mother found her floating in the pool [...]
A new scientific advisory, published in Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association, calls for state legislatures to mandate that CPR and AED training be required for graduation- and You’re the Cure advocates in a number of states are helping to make it happen to help save lives from sudden cardiac arrest.
This great press release originated from my old employer, Pridemark Paramedics. Pridemark has always been seen as a very progressive ambulance company with an emphisis on outstanding patient care. It makes me proud to have been associated with such a great organization.