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Sacramento, located in Northern California, is the state capital and the county seat of Sacramento County. This racially and ethnically diverse city is facing some unique health issues. Obesity rates in Sacramento are relatively high, with an adult obesity rate of 24% and 15.3% of the population admitting that they do not participate in any physical activity. Sacramento also has a moderately high rate of poverty compared to other cities, with 20% of the population living below the poverty line, an astonishing 29.5% of who are under 18 and 9% over the age of 65.
Given the high rate of obesity and medical issues associated with poverty, medical professionals in Sacramento are strongly urged to obtain CPR, First Aid and BLS (Basic Life Support) certification. These critical qualifications for EMTs, RNs and other medical personnel are vital in order to serve a community with high risk health concerns. Sacramento area medical professionals can certify, or recertify easily with "CPR Select's" flexible, quality online training programs.
University of California Davis Medical Center, formerly Sacramento Medical Center, is one of the best hospitals in Sacramento and it was rated one of the Top 50 hospitals in the nation. Founded in 1852 and part of UC Davis Health System, this hospital employs more than nine thousand people, including almost 900 physicians and residents. UC Davis is a renowned teaching hospital that specializes in cancer care, burn care, orthopedics, and stroke care. UC Davis is also a Level I Trauma Center that serves over 6 million people in 33 counties. Other notable Sacramento hospitals include Sierra Vista Hospital and Sutter Memorial.
Sacramento, a charter city, was named for the Sacramento River and is nicknamed "River City" or "Sac-Town." The Sacramento metropolitan area is the 6th largest metro area in California and the 35th largest in the U.S. With a metropolitan population of over 2.6 million people in 100.101 square miles, Sacramento is the 4th most-populated metropolitan area in California and the 25th most populated city in the nation. The climate is Mediterranean and consists of damp, mild winters and hot, dry summers. The city has a high incidence of severe thunderstorms with hail, fog and floods, particularly during the winter and spring.
Originally inhabited by the Nisenan and Plains Miwok Native Americans and incorporated in 1839, Sacramento was established when a Swiss immigrant named John Sutter, Sr. and his son constructed Sutters Fort. The city continued to grow as many flocked to the area during the California Gold Rush. During the 1840s and 1850s many Chinese immigrants also came to the area looking for a better life and gold, essentially forming present-day Chinatown.
The economy of Sacramento is largely comprised of education, healthcare, service, finance, construction, fishing, farming and transportation. Education, as well as tourism, is also vital to the city's economy.
Sacramento has numerous attractions, historical sites and higher learning facilities. Old Sacramento is home to the historic district, which includes the Lady Adams Building. With a dedication to the arts, the city also has several theatres including Summerstock Theatre, Music Circus and the Community Center Theatre which is home to the Sacramento Ballet, Sacramento Opera and the Sacramento Philharmonic. Major tourist attractions include Crocker Art Museum, Governor's Mansion State Historic Park, California Hall of Fame, California Automobile Museum and Sacramento Historical Museum. Annual events in the city include the Sacramento Shakespeare Festival, Sacramento French Film Festival and the Sacramento Horror Film Festival.
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|State||Major Cities||Average Life Expectancy for Male||Average Life Expectancy for Female||National Health Ranking||CPR Select Courses Accepted|
|Washington||Seattle||77.51 years||81.73 years||15th|
|Oregon||Portland||76.78 years||81.28 years||10th|
|California||Los Angeles San
Diego San Jose
Long Beach Fresno
|77.8 years||82.84 years|
|Alaska||75.86 years||80.97 years||50th|
|Hawaii||Honolulu||78.23 years||84.83 yearsx||4th|
Very good training, especially the videos for how to administer mouth to mouth, chest compression, and use of the AED device. It also helped especially on how to hand infant CPR. Words alone don't always give you a good picture of how to actually perform the CPR. Thanks!
It was very self studied lesson and fun.
I found this course to be very thorough and comprehensive and will recommend to others.
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