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Louisiana Health & CPR Overview

The state of Louisiana is currently ranked 50 out of all the states in the US when it pertains to the overall health of the population. Some of the strengths that the state has when it comes to the health rating include a high immunization coverage among adolescents, a low levels of air pollution, and a small disparity in health status by education level. In the past year, the disparity in health status based on education level decreased by 17 percent. Some of the challenges include a high prevalence of smoking, a high prevalence of obesity among the population, and a high percentage of children in poverty. The number of children in poverty has increased by 73 percent over the past five years. Some other notable statistics that have helped the health rating of the state include the fact that preventable hospitalizations have decreased by 16 percent over the past two years and in the past 20 years, cardiovascular deaths have decreased by 26 percent. On the other side of the statistics, public health funding has decreased by 33 percent over the past 5 years.

When looking at the health data of the senior population in Louisiana, the news is about the same. The overall ranking in the country for the senior health in the state is 50, the same as the overall ranking. Some of the strengths that help this ranking include a high flu vaccination coverage rate, a low prevalence of falls among seniors, and readily available home health care providers. Chronic drinking has decreased by 18 percent as well. Some of the challenges that hurt this rating include a low percentage of dental visits, a high prevalence of food insecurity, and a high percentage of low-care nursing home residents. Food insecurity has increased over the past year by 26 percent. Recommended hospital care has decreased by three percent over the past year but hospice care has increased by 11 percent. Unfortunately, physical inactivity has also increased by 16 percent which means less of the senior population is active.

CPR Certification in Louisiana

Taking a look at the overall health of the state, the numbers are not impressive at all. Because of that, it would be a great idea for anyone in the healthcare industry to invest in CPR certification. This will better prepare the individual for the current state of health in the area. Additionally, residents are also encouraged to get CPR certified as a way to protect themselves and the ones around them. You can easily get certified by using the 100 percent online training program that allows you to study at your own pace.

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Local Louisiana Hospitals

Our Lady of Lake Regional Medical Center
5000 Hennessy Boulevard
Baton Rouge, LA 70808-4375

This Baton Rouge hospital has 1042 beds and is a general medical and surgical hospital. It is also a teaching hospital.

Willis-Knighton Medical Center
2600 Greenwood Road
Shreveport, LA 71103-3908

This Shreveport hospital has 896 beds and is a general medical and surgical hospital.

Ochsner Medical Center
1514 Jefferson Highway
New Orleans, LA 70121-2429

This New Orleans hospital is nationally ranked in six adult specialties, has a trauma center, and has 771 beds.

Local Louisiana Skills Evaluators

Kratz, Thomas
P.O.Box 7460, Metarie, LA 70010

Morrow, Earl
412 East Ninth Ave
Cottongin Road, Oberlin, LA 70655

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