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About Safe Journey

CPR classes generally include a lecture and hands-on practice where you are taught the basics of CPR. You will learn how to recognize the signs of cardiac arrest, how to activate the emergency response system in your area, and how to perform high quality chest compressions, rescue breaths, and other basic life support techniques. Additionally, you will learn how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED). Depending on the class, you may also be taught other life saving skills such as choking relief, wound care and splinting. After attending a CPR class, many people become certified in CPR.

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About The Founder

  • Board Certified Physician Assistant (Associate) 

  •  Former PA Program Clinical Director

  • AHA BLS, ACLS and PALS instructor

  • Heartsaver First Aid/CPR/AED Instructor

  • 7+ years of clinical work in the areas of emergency medicine, trauma and critical care. 

  • Provides acute care/ emergency services to thousands of patients throughout the United States. 

  • Provides medical education to non-health care and health care professionals. 

  • Award winning recipient for clinical education

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