Heart Rate Resues - offers on-site courses for businesses, groups, and individuals including CPR, First Aid, AED, and more.
We offer on-site courses for businesses, groups, and individuals including CPR, First Aid, AED, and more. We will travel to your location and tailor a course to fit the needs of your group, while offering a competitive group rate. Businesses we have served in the past include day cares, fitness centers, home healthcare groups, doctor's offices, dental offices, security agencies, construction businesses, church groups, preschools, swim clubs, and business offices. We are also happy to provide instruction on an individual basis for those desiring a one-on-one experience.
Employees of dental offices and other medical facilities
General office staff at doctor’s offices
Jail and prison personnel
Servers and hostesses
Sunday school teachers and nursery workers
Anyone providing care for children
Anyone providing care for the elderly
Everyone with an elderly relative
Anyone with a position that requires them to be around water
Cub Scout leaders
other outdoor/adventure related positions
I am constantly striving to exceed expectations
Certified by the AHA
30+ Years of Teaching Experience
State of the Art Equipment— Providing you with immediate feedback
Classes can be taught at your location or in my classroom.
I work around your schedule including providing instruction at night or on weekends
Reasonable Pricing Schedule
I can meet with you and individually prepare courses based on your specific needs
Almost 70% of cardiac arrests occur at home and only 45% of cardiac arrest victims receive CPR from bystanders.
More than 350,000 people in the United States experience cardiac arrest every year.
The American Heart Association updates the CPR guidelines every 5 years.
The Good Samaritan law protects you from being sued if you provide CPR and first aid to a victim and they are injured. The North Carolina Good Samaritan law states that any person who renders first aid or emergency assistance at the scene of an accident to any person injured as a result of the accident cannot be liable in civil action for their acts or omissions unless there was wanton conduct or intentional wrongdoing.
Effective CPR provided by a bystander in the first few minutes of cardiac arrest can increase the chances of survival by 2x or 3x.
Less than 20 percent of Americans are equipped to perform CPR during a medical emergency situation.( AHA Study)
If a bystander does not perform CPR, the survival chances of a victim will decrease 7% in every single minute of delay.
45% of heart attacks occur amongst people under 65 years of age
As per AHA, 1 in 6 men and 1 in 8 women, above 45 years of age have had stroke or heart attack.
When providing mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, the victim receives oxygen concentration of 16-17% vs the 20 to 21% received by ambient air.
Globally, cardiac arrest claims more lives than colorectal cancer, breast cancer, prostate cancer, influenza, pneumonia, auto accidents, HIV, firearms, and house fires COMBINED.
According to 2014 data, nearly 45 percent of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest victims survived when bystander CPR was administered.