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Welcome to SafeNowCPR, the home on online CPR courses, exams and certification. At SafeNowCPR.com you'll get the highest quality and experience from end-to-end while becoming certified in CPR. Through our online courses you will receive:
Whether you're a San Diego medical professional looking to become certified or renew through our recertification classes or an San Diego 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.
San Diego residents have access to all SafeNowCPR courses including Adult, Child, and infant CPR. All training materials are included in each student's online dashboard both before taking your exam and indefinitely after your exam has been passed. We do this so that you can always access our courses once you've paid for certification in case you want to brush up on your skills. Additionally, your dashboard is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with NO blackouts.
SafeNowCPR's online CPR courses follow all AHA, ECC, and ILCOR guidelines for CPR and are accepted by most healthcare organizations nationally, including San Diego. Once you have passed your exam by scoring 85% or better, you will instantly receive your wallet card and full-sized certificate to print and provide to your employer.
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.
California ranks in the upper third of states with populations in good health. California’s rank is 17. San Diego residentis have done a good job at stopping smoking. In San Diego, smoking is banned in restaurants, bars, and in all public places (even outside). While the American nation, as a whole, struggles with an epidemic of obesity, San Diego, California has lower overall obesity rates than found elsewhere. Californians are very active, which helps improves the state’s overall health ranking. These factors contribute to a lower rate of cardiovascular conditions that lead to cardiac arrest (heart attack).
On the down side, San Diego has severe problems in the major cities with air pollution. San Diego’s air quality is not as poor as Los Angeles air quality is, but there are days where the air pollution is visible. There is also a significant increase in diabetes of 10% that happened in San Diego over the past two years. Much of this increase is in the Latino segment of the population. San Diego has a significant portion of its population who are Latino. Cardiovascular deaths steadily decreased in California since 1990 from 385 per 100,000 population to 250 per 100,000 population in 2014. California ranks 23, when compared to other states, in terms of cardiovascular deaths.
For seniors in San Diego, California, there is a problem with a 23% increase over the past year in chronic drinking of alcohol by those over the age of 65. For chronic drinking issues in seniors, California ranks 46, making it a very serious problem. San Diego has many bars, pubs, and microbreweries. Drinking is a favorite pastime for retirees. This seems to be the only major problem, because, California ranks 13 for senior health status.
For all Californians, especially those living in San Diego, getting a CPR certification is a great idea. Many retirees live in San Diego and the ranch areas to the north of San Diego. Taking CPR courses provides a useful skill in case of an emergency and a hospital is not nearby.
CPR training for CPR certification is available for everyone, not just professionals and includes child and infant CPR training as well. Healthcare professionals, emergency rescue personnel, lifeguards, police officers, firefighters, sport trainers, and many others need a CPR certificate in San Diego to do their job properly. Knowing CPR skills is a lifesaver when someone nearby suddenly has a heart attack. Even the fastest ambulance response may not arrive in time, which is why it is so important for everyone to know CPR and immediately be able give aide when someone suffers a heart attack. SafeNowCPR offers convenient online training for San Diego CPR. The 100% online training allows anyone to learn at her or his own pace to get a CPR certification. This course creates peace of mind, when a person is confident that they can give CPR under any circumstances.
UC San Diego Medical Center
200 West Arbor Drive San Diego, CA 92103-9000
This 582-bed general medical and surgical teaching hospital ranks nationally for 12 adult specialties. For the year reported, it had 29,458 surgeries, 26,801 admissions, and 65,526 emergency room visits.
Scripps Mercy Hospital
4077 Fifth Avenue San Diego, CA 92103-2105
This 433-bed hospital is a general medical and surgery hospital with 33,209 admissions that performed 15,486 surgeries for the last year reported.
Kaiser Permanente San Diego Medical Center
4647 Zion Avenue San Diego, CA 92120-2507
This is a 414 bed general medicine and surgery facility. For the last year reported, it had 27,889 admissions and performed 27,744 surgeries.
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