Physicians, nurses, paramedics, emergency medical technicians, respiratory therapists, physical and occupational therapists, physician’s assistants, medical or nursing assistants, dentists, chiropractor, and other allied health personnel. Students who are enrolling for CNA, MA, RN programs. If you will be caring for patient or victims this would be an excellent class for you.
This course will teach you to recognize emergencies: such as sudden cardiac arrest, foreign-body airway obstruction and what to do with responsive and unresponsive victims for all ages. You will have full knowledge and the skills to know how to perform High-Quality CPR. You will learn the New 2011 steps of CPR;
Traditional & Renewal Courses
Traditional courses are Instructor lead by an AHA certified instructor, the traditional course is about 3.5 hours long. The Healthcare provider course is combined with audio-visuals with hands-on practice with instructor-led demonstration and discussion. Upon successful completion, each student receives an AHA Healthcare Provider Certification good for 2 years. Classes are taught at our facility in Redmond, at Bellevue College or Lake Washington Technical College.
Our most popular class
Step One: Online e-learning of course material. This takes about 1.5 hours to complete. You can complete at your convenience. You can stop and start as often as you like.
Step Two: Skills evaluation one-on-one with an AHA instructor and hands-on with manikins. This takes approximately 20-30 minutes and must be completed in person at our location. These can be scheduled Monday through Friday.
Ask about group skills evaluations at your location!
We offer New and Renewal classes. This is an American Heart Association course. If you need more details please contact Deb Fly at email@example.com.
"I am writing to sing the praises of Prevention MD. The online renewal they now have for CPR is fantastic! It allowed me to get all of my staff recertified without having to close down our business."
MRI Supervisor, WIS, LLC
The Instructors made it so uncomplicated. I am usually so panicky to be one of the first responders. Now for the first time in 21 years, I feel confident. The instructors made it all clear, concise and easy to remember.
It is a good learning environment.
Get certified in less than 24 hours. Two easy steps
Step 1: Online Course (go at your own pace)
Step 2: Skills Evaluation, M-F, starting at 7:30 AM.
Call today to get started 425-739-0700