Saving Lives With St Luke's
As Arizonans, We Should All Be First Responders
Each and every one of us has what it takes to be a lifesaving hero — from donating blood and registering as an organ donor, to having the hands-on skills needed in case of a medical emergency.
When faced with a medical emergency, do you know what to do until first responders arrive? St. Luke's Medical Center would like all Arizonans to have these life-saving skills! That's why we are providing complimentary emergency training throughout 2018. Each training session will include:
Free Stop the Bleed Training
Stop the Bleed is a national awareness campaign that encourages you to become trained, equipped and empowered to help a person in a bleeding emergency until emergency medical services arrive.
Free Hands-On CPR Training*
Get hands-on CPR-training from certified instructors! Performing CPR on a person whose heart has stopped or is no longer breathing can save their life. CPR maintains circulation and breathing until emergency medical help arrives.
*Not a CPR certification course
Visit Us or We Can Bring the Training to You
Train at Our Hospital
Train At Your Facility
We believe everyone in the Valley should have these life-saving skills. If visiting our Central Phoenix location isn't convenient for you or your organization, we would be happy to bring the emergency training to your facility -- whether it's a place of business, education, faith or community. And best yet, this life-saving training is offered free of charge!
For more information, and to arrange an emergency training session at your location, please contact Geoffrey Ballentine, St. Luke's EMS Manager, at 623-252-4535 or [email protected]
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