GatorCPR: The Center for CPR and CNA Training

Phone: (352) 727-4733

Email: cpr@gatorcpr.com

Training Location - Gainesville

GatorCPR

1029 NW 23rd Ave

Gainesville FL 32609

Training Location - Ocala

GatorCPR at Rasmussen College

4755 SW 46th Court

Ocala FL 34474

Serves the following communities: Gainesville, Ocala, Chiefland, Lake City, Palatka, The Villages and other North Central Florida Communities

GatorCPR Guarantee 

100% Commitment to You
If for any reason you don't pass our class the first time, you can attend any future class free of charge on us. No questions asked.

 

100% Acceptance of AHA Certifications
We promise that your employer, school, or agency will accept our American Heart Association (AHA) certifications. If there is a question of acceptance or validity, simply send us an email at cpr@gatorcpr.com with full details. We will reach out to the individual/entity and provide accreditation information. If still there's a question, we will provide you with a full refund of your class fee. It's that simple. NOTE: This does not apply to ASHI 
certifications. 

 

100% Same-Day Certification eCards
Upon successful completion of your course, you'll always receive your official certification eCard the same-day of your class.  Now that's easy.

Use of American Heart Association materials in an educational course does not represent course sponsorship by the American Heart Association. Any fees charged for such a course, except for a portion of fees needed for AHA course materials, do not represent income to the Association.

GatorCPR and HeartSafe City Foundation award two AEDs

Gainesville, Florida – August 13, 2014 – HeartSafe City Foundation awarded two Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) to two local non-project organizations: 1.) Arc of Alachua County, an organization focused on providing services and opportunities to people with disabilities that promote independence and 2.) Marion County Literacy Council, a non-profit organization to improve adult literacy and life skills in Marion County.

 

The HeartSafe City Foundation’s AED Grant Program awards winners with a Philips HeartStart Onsite AED, and training to three individuals who will have daily access to the AED. HeartSafe City Foundation’s vision is to increase awareness of survival rates from sudden cardiac arrest, to offer free or discounted CPR training, to teach how to use an AED, and to further increase the number of AEDs throughout the community.

 

“Our AED Grant Program demonstrates our efforts to increase the number of AEDs throughout the community, not only in Gainesville and Ocala, but also in the surrounding areas,” said Mr. Clay Gibbons, one of HeartSafe City Foundation’s founders. “We just want to provide the necessary means to save people’s lives, through free CPR training, in case of sudden cardiac arrest.”

 

“The nationwide survival rate from sudden cardiac arrest is 9.5%, while the survival rate of Gainesville alone is 21%,” says Mr. Gibbons. “Our goal right now is to keep increasing our survival rate to that of Seattle, 56%, and reach out to other organizations to host events in order to spread free CPR training.”

 

HeartSafe City Foundation keeps striving to educate individuals in CPR and AED training. They provide Lunch and Learn CPR events open to the public, CPR in the Classroom, Family and Friends CPR training, as well as many other joint events with GatorSavers at UF, and GatorCPR.

 

For more information about HeartSafe City Foundation, visit www.heartsafecity.org.

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