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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 Utah medical professional looking to become certified or renew through our recertification classes or an UT 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.
Utah 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 Utah. 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.
Utah is one of the top five healthiest places to live in the United States. Cardiovascular incidents, such as stroke and heart attack, are on a consistent decline. However, residents still face some challenges when it comes to staying healthy. Smoking has fallen out of fashion in Utah. In fact, the state has the lowest smoking rate in the nation — a little over 10 percent of adults smoke. Utah has a low rate of preventable hospitalizations. Utah’s drug deaths, while relatively low, are on the rise.
Utah does have an increasing drug problem. More than 18 people per 100,000 residents died from drugs during the two-year span consisting of 2013 and 2014, which is an increase over the previous years. Residents are becoming less active. The number of people who are physically inactive is up by almost 16 percent. Sudden cardiac incidents also occur in Utah, as they do all over the country.
Utah’s seniors are relatively healthy, and they are only getting healthier. The number of seniors who enjoy very good or excellent health represents a little under half of the senior population. Most seniors abstain from tobacco use and stay active even after retirement. An astounding 42 percent of adults over the age of 65 volunteer. Unfortunately, seniors are getting poorer. Poverty in this age group is on the rise even though childhood poverty is at an all-time low.
Although Utah residents are healthy, they are still at risk for becoming suddenly ill. One of the best ways to ensure the survival of your loved ones during a life-threatening incident, such as a sudden heart attack or accidental drowning, is to learn CPR.
CPR certification is recommended for every single resident of Utah, including both healthcare professionals and residents who want to be able to care for their loved ones should a medical emergency arise. Since cardiac arrest, choking and accidental drowning are all life-threatening, CPR skills are essential. SafeNowCPR offers CPR courses and certifications that are taught and awarded entirely online. Students are able learn at their own pace and gain the confidence and skills they need to perform CPR in an emergency situation in Utah.
Major Utah cities: Salt Lake City
Intermountain Medical Center
5121 Cottonwood Street, Murray, UT 84157
Ranked as the best hospital in Northern Utah and the Salk Lake City metropolitan area, Intermountain Medical Center, located in Murray, is a general medical and surgical hospital. It has 452 beds and performs approximately 14,000 surgeries annually.
Intermountain McKay-Dee Hospital
4401 Harrison Boulevard, Ogden, UT 84403
Intermountain McKay-Dee Hospital is a general medical and surgical hospital as well as trauma center. It has 310 beds, and is ranked number three in the Northern Utah and Salk Lake City metropolitan area.
Utah Valley Regional Medical Center
1034 N 500 W, Provo, UT 84604
Utah Valley Regional Medical Center is a 367 bed hospital located in Provo. It is a general medical and surgical hospital. It is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
P.O. Box 1433, West Jordan UT 8404 Will Travel to Your Location
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