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Whether you're a Los Angeles medical professional looking to become certified or renew through our recertification classes or an parent looking to learn CPR to protect your children, family, or loved ones, SafeNowCPR is the #1 online destination to get you going on the path to certification.
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At SafeNowCPR you will find that our courses and certification require no skills test from an instructor to qualify for acceptable CPR certification. In some cases, employers will require certification be accompanied by a skills evaluation or even certification required directly by the AHA. In those cases, customers who have already purchased a certification course at SafeNowCPR but have it rejected by their employer will receive our no questions asked money back guarantee.
In overall health, California does exceptionally well – ranking 17 among the 50 states. While the state does have some room for improvement, its chief strengths in overall health include a low rate of smoking, a low prevalence of obesity, and a far greater rate of regular physical activity among its citizens. Los Angeles, California also ranks low in cancer and cardiovascular deaths, both diseases known to be more prevalent among smokers. Other areas of health which Los Angeles can boast as strengths include public health funding, preventable hospitalization, and low birth weight.
While ranking 17 out of 50 states does indicate a number of strengths, Los Angeles still faces some challenges. For instance, it does have exceptionally high levels of air pollution, ranking 50. Air pollution may be a contributor to a number of health problems, including allergies and breathing issues as well as exacerbating any number of existing conditions. Los Angeles, California also ranks 50 in health disparity based on education – the less educated often suffer more from illness due in part to working conditions and lack of medical availability. However, in the past two years, high school graduation rates have improved substantially – from 71% to 82% of incoming ninth graders. Another challenge faced by Los Angeles residents is violent crime – they rank 35 out of 50 states. They do show marked improvement in this area; violent crimes have decreased by 54% since 1990, though there is still work to be done to overcome this problem.
When looking at California’s health information on its senior citizens, we note that they still rank high in physical activity and have a low percentage of obesity among their citizens. They also have a lower average of full mouth tooth extractions, likely due in part to Los Angeles, California’s high rate of citizens who visit dentists regularly. However, Los Angeles seniors are at far greater risk for chronic drinking, which has increased by 23% in the past year – putting the state ranking at 46 in this area. LA’s senior health overall ranking is 29 out of the 50 states, which is not terrible, but their seniors don’t fare as well as the overall population.
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
8700 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90048-1865
A general medical and surgical hospital, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center has 865 beds and is nationally ranked in 12 adult specialties. It is a teaching hospital and is accredited by CARF (the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities).
UCLA Medical Center
757 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90095-8358
UCLA Medical Center has 466 beds and is nationally ranked in 15 adult and 9 pediatric specialties. It is a general medical and surgical facility and is also a teaching hospital.
Huntington Memorial Hospital
100 West California Boulevard, Pasadena, CA 91105-3097
Huntington Memorial Hospital is a general and surgical facility with 552 beds.
5942 Arlington Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90043
1704 W. Manchester Ave #209, Los Angeles, CA 90047
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