CPR certification at over 13 classrooms across Florida

  • Troy Bowmanby Troy Bowman
  • Jan 04, 2019
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In-Pulse CPR Inc, An American Heart Training Center (TC) Offering community classes in Tampa Bay, Ocala, Ft Myers, Orlando, more… At In-Pulse CPR we take pride in our quality of teaching. We use the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment to provide for an interactive, experiential learning environment. We make sure that each student leaves the […]

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5 Reasons Why you should become a CPR Instructor

Becoming an American Heart Instructor:  You believe in the tremendous importance of CPR classes, and you have learned a lot by participating in these courses. If you are passionate about training and helping others, now is a great time to consider taking the next step and becoming an American Heart instructor. Once you complete your […]

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How Business Owners Can Benefit From CPR Classes

  • by Alyssa Reinbolt
  • Jan 19, 2017
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All throughout the gulf coast of Florida, there are several active, healthy communities such as New Port Richey, Town ‘n’ County and Tarpon Springs. These active communities are thriving with local businesses and organizations both large and small provider their employees with some form of health and safety training. Unfortunately, CPR classes and basic first […]

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Miami Dade Schools adding CPR as part of their curriculum

  • by Derek Walborn
  • Dec 06, 2016
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In a forward-thinking and health-minded decision, the school board of Miami-Dade county has become the first in the state to elect to educate students in Hands-Only CardioPulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) as part of their Physical Fitness curriculum. While Florida is not one of the country’s 34 states that require that students be taught CPR in schools, […]

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New AHA CPR Recommendations

By Peter J Klotunowitch A leading cause of death in the United States, cardiac arrest is caused when the heart suddenly stops, usually due to an electrical malfunction in the heart that causes an irregular heartbeat and disrupts blood flow through the body. Survival depends on immediate CPR and other actions starting with bystanders. American […]

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BayCare medical staff CPR classes

  • Troy Bowmanby Troy Bowman
  • Aug 23, 2016
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Is your BLS Provider CPR certification expiring and BayCare is requiring you to renew it? We offer CPR certification classes at over 13 locations in the Tampa Bay area Click here to View our Class Calendar     The following certification is required at BayCare: BLS Healthcare CPR / Heath care Professional / BLS Provider […]

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CPR in Schools

Before he graduates from high school, you know that your student will be taught about literature, algebra, and even health. Today’s public school teachers work hard to give students a well-rounded education. However, some schools also give students an added bonus. When students from these schools receive their high school diplomas, they have CPR knowledge […]

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Hot-Weather Safety for Steamy Tampa Summers

  • by Carol Sarao
  • Jul 25, 2016
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Sun-drenched Tampa, with its subtropical climate, rewards residents and visitors alike with a seemingly endless procession of bright, warm days and brilliant blue skies. While other parts of the country are gridlocked in ice and snow, we enjoy mild, pleasant winters. But Tampa residents know that part of living in this beautiful city is dealing […]

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Survival Guide on Venomous Snakes in Florida

  • by Derek Walborn
  • Jan 26, 2016
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As the weather becomes less oppressive in the state of Florida, more and more people are venturing outdoors to take full advantage of the mild temperatures and cooler air that this time of the year provides. However, human beings are not the only creatures soaking up the sunshine on these cooler days. Lower temperatures force […]

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Learning to Save Lives: All High-Schools Should Provide CPR Training

A commentary recently released by the Mayo Clinic argues that CPR training in high school could be a crucial addition to the curriculum – allowing children to understand the benefits of caring for others and learn new ways to save lives. Recently, the number of U.S. states that have begun to consider cardiopulmonary resuscitation training […]

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Capella University students needing CPR certification

Capella Students welcome to attend CPR classes with In-Pulse CPR Our classes provide you with the necessary CPR certification (American Heart Association for Healthcare Providers) for enrollment with Capella. Per Capella University guidelines:  …providing documentation of a current CPR certification..  is required.  An American Heart Assoc BLS certification is the national standard for medical students. […]

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