The Lincoln County Ambulance District provides life saving training for both the public and the professional and volunteer first responders.  One of our most popular classes is CPR and First Aid.

CPR TRAINING

LINCOLN COUNTY AMBULANCE DISTRICT OFFERS THE FOLLOWING AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION (AHA) CLASSES

  • Hands Only CPR-No Card Issued (FREE to the PUBLIC)

    • This classes is excellent for the general public who may just want a general knowledge of CPR.  This class is scheduled as requested. Less than 1 hour needed to learn CPR.

  • Heart Saver First Aid and CPR-Adult/Child/Infant ($25.00/person)

    • This class is a comprehensive class that can be taken together or as two parts, CPR then First Aid.  Each component takes 3-4 hours.  This classes is intended for those who require a CPR and First Aid Card for a non-healthcare environment. This class is scheduled monthly and as requested.  Call for class schedules.

  • Basic Life Support (BLS) Healthcare CPR ($25.00/person)

    • This class is intended for healthcare providers such as nurses, paramedics, EMTs and physicians or anyone who works in a healthcare environment.  This includes students in those disciplines. This class is scheduled in January and June also, as requested. This is a 4 hour class.

  • Minimum class size is 6 for all classes

AHA requires all participants to have a student workbook for the Heart Saver and BLS classes.  Books are available for $15.00.

For further information, Contact Chief Medical Officer Graeme Goodwin (636)528-8488 ext. 305

AHA DISCLAIMER

The American Heart Association strongly promotes knowledge and proficiency in all AHA courses and has developed instructional materials for this purpose.  Use of these materials in an educational course does not represent course sponsorship by the AHA.  Any fees charged for such a course, except for the portion of the fees needed for AHA course materials, do not represent income to the AHA.

Professional and Volunteer First Responders

See the calendar for first responder training. To register, for any of the classes contact Chief Medical Officer Graeme Goodwin (636)528-8488 ext. 305