February of 2020 is the 57th year of “American Heart Month” – a month to focus on lowering the number of deaths each year from heart disease.  The original proclamation regarding Heart Month was made by President Lyndon Johnson Dec. …

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This February is the 56th year of “American Heart Month”.  In February, we concentrate efforts on the leading cause of death for men and women in the U.S.   This started with President Lyndon Johnson Dec. 20, 1963, and has carried …

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Adding ASHI CPR and First Aid courses As a result of the AHA Heartsaver certification card price increase effective Oct. 3, 2017, we have decided to offer ASHI CPR and First Aid courses to our community. both public courses and …

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Heartsaver Course Price Increase We were advised by American Heart Association on Oct. 3, that, effective on Oct. 3, there would be a Heartsaver course price increase, in fact, a drastic increase in the cost of certification cards to the …

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Last Week of Free CPR Courses  We’ve been teaching “Free CPR for the Community” courses the last 2 1/2 weeks of Feb., (9 so far) all over south Atlanta areas.  There’s just 1 more week left, and 8 more courses. …

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BLS For Healthcare Providers – Feb. Here’s our February 2017 list of our most popular course – AHA BLS for Healthcare Providers.  Only $50 for now.   This is required for all EMT’s, paramedics, nurses, doctors, and students in those …

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February Free CPR courses To celebrate American Heart Month (that’s the entire month of February,   http://bit.ly/2knQZTQ ),  Newnan CPR is again offering February Free CPR courses, non-certification, to our communities.   In 15 locations, dates/times during the month.   We’ll …

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American Heart Month Again we are doing Free CPR training during American Heart Month (February).  2018 marks year 55 of “American Heart Month”, which began as a joint resolution of Congress in 1963.  It was accompanied by a declaration from …

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Heartsaver CPR courses Make 2017 the year that you Learn CPR !   Below is our Heartsaver CPR/AED course schedule.  Most cardiac arrests happen in the home or your workplace  –  not in the hospital.  Whether or not your co-worker or …

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2017 Course Schedule Released It’s now officially 2017, so we urge you to follow through on your New Years’ resolution to Learn CPR !  Whether or not having CPR skills is required by your employer – you need to learn …

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Halloween CPR Both in 2014 and in 2015, Halloween CPR was a big hit.  The students loved it, the instructors loved it – there was a prize given for the “best costume” (voted on by the students).  Of course, everyone got a …

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Halloween CPR It’s time for Halloween CPR, a time to have some fun – and still learn the life-saving skills of CPR, and in this case, American Heart Association BLS for Healthcare Providers course.  An official, authorized, 2-year certification course, …

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The American Heart Association and WellPoint Foundation are bringing the “Stayin Alive Hands-Only CPR mobile tour to Atlanta, this Saturday, Sept. 20.  In conjunction with the Heart Walk, to be held at Centennial Olympic Park, the AHA instructors will be …

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There is a forecast wintry mix of snow, sleet, and some freezing rain forecast for the Atlanta area for Feb. 11 through Feb. 13.        The Newnan CPR “Free Family & Friends CPR” for Fayetteville, GA is still …

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