Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is a medical procedure that can be performed by anyone with some degree of formal training, on the person whose heart stops randomly.
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— Julia B. Queens, NY
My best friend recommended me this place and boy am I glad I followed her suggestion! I took the BLS class for healthcare providers at this location and I am very satisfied! My instructor’s name was Mike and he was a very nice and funny man! His teaching style is great, he makes you comfortable to ask questions and even encourages you to ask. The equipment looks new and most importantly by the end of class the test seemed pretty simple. I am definitely planning on coming here for my renewals.
— Vivian H. New york, NY
I had to get recertified for Basic Life Support and a colleague introduced me to this company. The office is in a central location and very close to Grand Central, so easy for everyone to get to. The office is clean with helpful staff. The instructor was very good, spoke clearly, was able to answer all my questions and ran good simulations. Getting recertified was easy as pie and I’ll definitely keep this place in mind when I have to come for other classes.
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