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Our entire course uses the most recent guidelines from American Heart Association. All materials and exams are updated and always reflect the most current CPR/BLS guidelines.
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San Francisco (SFO) is a city-county in Northern California. Although the city has some health concerns, it is generally healthy. The rate of obesity among adults is 17.5%, which is lower than the national average of 26%. The rate of diabetes in San Francisco is 9.96%, which is equal to over 433 thousand people and although 13.5% of the population still smokes, this number indicates a 36% decrease since 1990.
Despite the relatively healthy lifestyle of the city's population, it is critical for medical professionals in San Francisco to certify and maintain certification in CPR, First Aid and BLS (Basic Life Support). For EMTs, RNs and other medical professionals, these qualifications are of vital importance in order to keep San Francisco's population healthy. "CPR Select" provides flexible, quality online training programs for medical professionals wishing to certify or recertify.
California Pacific Medical Center, part of Sutter Health, is one of San Francisco's top hospitals and the largest private, not-for-profit academic medical center in California. CPMC employs more than 1,500 physicians with 79 specialties, including back and spine care, cancer, neuroscience, transplants, pediatric and emergency care. California Pacific Medical Center "serves the community by providing high quality, cost-effective health services in a compassionate and respectful environment." Other notable San Francisco hospitals include San Francisco VA Medical Center and UCSF Medical Center.
San Francisco, also called "City by the Bay" or "Fog City," is the cultural and financial center of Northern California and the metro area has a population of over 4.3 million in 231.89 square miles, making it the 2nd largest city in the U.S. and the 4th largest and most densely-populated city in California. Incorporated in 1850, San Francisco experienced rapid growth during the 1849 California Gold Rush, but suffered a setback when the 1906 earthquake and fire destroyed almost three-quarters of the city. The city was rebuilt and, during WWII, it became major embarkation port for Pacific Theater-bound servicemen. The weather in San Francisco consists of cool summers and heavy fog, so much fog that most mornings, the Golden Gate Bridge is barely visible.
The city's economy is largely comprised of tourism, with San Francisco being the top tourist destination in California. The economy is also dependent on banking and finance (often called the "Wall Street of the West"), biotechnology, computer technology, and small business.
There are numerous tourist attractions in San Francisco, with the Golden Gate Bridge, and Alcatraz Island being among the most popular. Visitors can take the famous cable cars to Fisherman's Wharf, with numerous restaurants, a wax museum, and Ripley's Believe it or Not Museum, or they can travel to Haight-Ashbury (home to the "hippie culture"). With more than 200 parks, including Golden Gate Park, the SFO Botanical Gardens, SFO Zoo, SFO Opera, SFO Ballet and the SFO Museum of Modern Art, there is something for everyone in "The City That Knows How."
|California Pacific Medical Center||Castro & Duboce, Davies North Tower , B level, San Francisco, CA 94115-1925|
|Alameda County Medical Center-Highland Campus||1411 E 31st St, Oakland, CA 94602-1018|
|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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