Classes & Events

04/24/2019
04/24/2019 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm • Education Center, Back

Nothing is more frightening than having an unresponsive infant.  Although you’ll hope to never have to use CPR on an infant, it’s important to learn the basics of what to do.  Join our very own American Heart Association Instructors for a class aimed at giving you what you need to confidently deal with an unwanted situation.  This CPR/Choking class WILL NOT provide certification.  All attendees, must register at sphealth.org/classes-events/cpr-firstaid-classes for the class as space is limited.    
If you would like to become certified in CPR, please look through the classes that are offered on our website.  Or, if you have questions, please call the American Heart Association Training Center at 444-2375.

04/25/2019
04/25/2019 - 6:00pm - 10:00pm • Sim Lab

This course will be cancelled if there is less than 3 students.

The course is a video-based, instructor-led course that teaches students critical skills to respond to and manage an emergency in the first few minutes until emergency medical services arrives. Students learn duties and responsibilities of first aid rescuers; first aid actions for medical emergencies, including severe choking, heart attack, and stroke; and skills for handling injury and environmental emergencies, including external bleeding, broken bones and sprains, and bites...

05/02/2019
05/02/2019 - 6:00pm - 10:00pm • Simulation Lab

Heartsaver 
This Course May Be Cancelled At any time Due To Lack Of Students.
The course is approximately 4.0 hours in length 
The Heartsaver CPR course is designed to teach the lay person how to perform High-Quality CPR on an adult, child and infant.  The student will also learn how to apply and operate an AED on an adult manikin. The student must show competency through a skills test for each segment of the course; meaning a skills test for Adult CPR w/AED, Child CPR and Infant CPR. The student will also learn the steps on how to treat a conscious adult choking victim and an unresponsive adult choking victim, as well as a choking child and a choking infant.  The course material for the Heartsaver CPR program follows the American Heart Association...

05/08/2019
05/08/2019 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm • Education Center, Back

Nothing is more frightening than having an unresponsive infant.  Although you’ll hope to never have to use CPR on an infant, it’s important to learn the basics of what to do.  Join our very own American Heart Association Instructors for a class aimed at giving you what you need to confidently deal with an unwanted situation.  This CPR/Choking class WILL NOT provide certification.  All attendees, must register at sphealth.org/classes-events/cpr-firstaid-classes for the class as space is limited.    
If you would like to become certified in CPR, please look through the classes that are offered on our website.  Or, if you have questions, please call the American Heart Association Training Center at 444-2375.

05/09/2019
05/09/2019 - 6:00pm - 10:00pm • Simulation Lab

The Heartsaver CPR course is designed to teach the lay person how to perform High-Quality CPR on an adult, child and infant.  The student will also learn how to apply and operate an AED on an adult manikin. The student must show competency through a skills test for each segment of the course; meaning a skills test for Adult CPR w/AED, Child CPR and Infant CPR. The student will also learn the steps on how to treat a conscious adult choking victim and an unresponsive adult choking victim, as well as a choking child and a choking infant.  The course material for the Heartsaver CPR program follows the American Heart Association guidelines for Adult, Child and Infant CPR. An AHA CPR/AED student manual is required for the course.  The student manual can be picked up from the...

05/11/2019
05/11/2019 - 8:30am - 1:00pm • Simulation Lab

Heartsaver 
This Course May Be Cancelled At any time Due To Lack Of Students.
The course is approximately 4.0 hours in length 
The Heartsaver CPR course is designed to teach the lay person how to perform High-Quality CPR on an adult, child and infant.  The student will also learn how to apply and operate an AED on an adult manikin. The student must show competency through a skills test for each segment of the course; meaning a skills test for Adult CPR w/AED, Child CPR and Infant CPR. The student will also learn the steps on how to treat a conscious adult choking victim and an unresponsive adult choking victim, as well as a choking child and a choking infant.  The course material for the Heartsaver CPR program follows the American Heart Association...

05/14/2019
05/14/2019 - 8:00am - 5:00pm • A/B/C Conference Rooms

Comprehensively reviewed by highly regarded neonatologists, neonatal nurse practitioners, neonatal intensive care nurses, respiratory therapists, pharmacists and specialty advisors, The S.T.A.B.L.E. Program is considered by neonatal educators to be the essential and complementary program to resuscitation education. S.T.A.B.L.E. stands for the 6 assessment parameters covered in the program: Sugar, Temperature, Airway, Blood pressure, Lab work, and Emotional support for the family. A seventh module, Quality Improvement, stresses the importance of professional...

05/16/2019
05/16/2019 - 6:00pm - 10:00pm • Simulation Lab

The Heartsaver CPR course is designed to teach the lay person how to perform High-Quality CPR on an adult, child and infant.  The student will also learn how to apply and operate an AED on an adult manikin. The student must show competency through a skills test for each segment of the course; meaning a skills test for Adult CPR w/AED, Child CPR and Infant CPR. The student will also learn the steps on how to treat a conscious adult choking victim and an unresponsive adult choking victim, as well as a choking child and a choking infant.  The course material for the Heartsaver CPR program follows the American Heart Association guidelines for Adult, Child and Infant CPR. An AHA CPR/AED student manual is required for the course.  The student manual can be picked up from the...

05/22/2019
05/22/2019 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm • Education Center

Nothing is more frightening than having an unresponsive infant.  Although you’ll hope to never have to use CPR on an infant, it’s important to learn the basics of what to do.  Join our very own American Heart Association Instructors for a class aimed at giving you what you need to confidently deal with an unwanted situation.  This CPR/Choking class WILL NOT provide certification.  All attendees, must register at sphealth.org/classes-events/cpr-firstaid-classes for the class as space is limited.    
If you would like to become certified in CPR, please look through the classes that are offered on our website.  Or, if you have questions, please call the American Heart Association Training Center at 444-2375.

05/23/2019
05/23/2019 - 6:00pm - 10:00pm • Simulation Lab

The Heartsaver CPR course is designed to teach the lay person how to perform High-Quality CPR on an adult, child and infant.  The student will also learn how to apply and operate an AED on an adult manikin. The student must show competency through a skills test for each segment of the course; meaning a skills test for Adult CPR w/AED, Child CPR and Infant CPR. The student will also learn the steps on how to treat a conscious adult choking victim and an unresponsive adult choking victim, as well as a choking child and a choking infant.  The course material for the Heartsaver CPR program follows the American Heart Association guidelines for Adult, Child and Infant CPR. An AHA CPR/AED student manual is required for the course.  The student manual can be picked up from the...

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