On March 14th, our founder David Lamb will be joining with thousands of others across the United States at the St. Baldricks Day celebration. We will be shaving our heads to raise money for childhood cancer. If you would like to donate please go to the ActNOW CPR Facebook page and join in the fun! If you would like to join as a SHAVEE go to stwww.stbaldricks.or. You can alsso join us in the festivities on 3/14 at Matt Denney's Ale House 145 E. Huntington Drive Arcadia Cal. 91006 at 6pm!!!!
ActNOW CPR is proud to be an American Heart Association Training Site.
At Act NOW CPR & First Aid we believe that everybody should be prepared to save a life, or help in an Emergency.
All of our instructor-trainers have had the opportunity to save lives through CPR, Abdominal Thrusts or Backblows for a choking victim, and other more advanced life saving measures. Our motto is SAVING LIVES THROUGH EDUCATION and we would like to prepare YOU!!!
ACTNOWCPR offers American Heart Association BLS, Heartsaver CPR and AHA Heartsaver First Aid. We also offer Emergency Medical Services Inc. CPR, First Aid, AED and Blood borne pathogen training.
ACTNOWCPR also offers EMS Safety Services CPR And First Aid Classes. These classes are more geared towards Industry, Educators, Bus Drivers and other non medical students.
AHA BLS CPR
AHA ACLS & PALS
AHA Heartsaver CPR, First Aid
EMS Safety CPR AED EMS Safety First Aid and BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS
Fire Extinguisher P-A-S-S Class
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9-1-1 has an average response time of 6 minutes
What most people don't understand is that when a person's heart stops, you can perform CPR until the paramedics arrive This will increase their chance of survival by at least 80%
70% of Americans don't know CPR
There is a "hands only" CPR technique that can be used that involves no mouth to mouth contact. This technique will effectively save lives
CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) giving chest compressions to keep the brain and heart alive until the paramedics arrive
If CPR is performed within 4 minutes, up to 200,000 lives could be saved each year