Northwest Community Health offers American Heart Association CPR and First Aid classes, public speakers, station tours, and ambulance demonstrations to the community.
AHA Heartsaver Program
This class is intended for the general public, persons who do not work in the healthcare field, but are occupationally required to have CPR knowledge such as teachers, coaches, fitness trainers, parents, caregivers for senior citizens or childcare. This class covers CPR and AED use for adult, child, and infant and managing airway obstructions.
Course Schedule: Classes are held on the 1st Tuesday of every month from 6p - 10p
This class will cover many life-saving skills and the student will learn what to do prior to the arrival of professional rescuers. Participants will learn CPR and AED on adults, children and infants along with choking, bandaging, splinting, bleeding control, asthma, stroke, heart attacks, treat for shock, and burns.
2019 Course Schedule:
Heartsaver with First Aid classes are scheduled “as needed”. Please email Eric.Steffel@nwcommunityhealth.org to schedule a class or to gather more information.
Looking for a Healthcare Provider Class? Go to our Healthcare Provider Training page.
If you need to cancel, contact Northwest Community Health at least 2 days prior to the class to avoid forfeiting your money. Students who are unable to attend will be given one opportunity to re-schedule with the next 2 weeks. No refund will be given for non-participation. Northwest Community Health reserves the right to cancel a class, and at this point, the student may reschedule or request reimbursement.
Public Speaking and Public Relations Requests
Northwest Community Health values its reputation as a strong community partner. We frequently provide resources for community groups such as schools, scouts, and churches who desire a public speaker for first aid and injury prevention presentations and tours. To request a public relations engagement, please call our Administrative Offices at (281) 351-8272.