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

Training Location - Ocala

GatorCPR at Beeline Medical Training

233 NE 58th Ave, #102

Ocala FL 34470

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.

A Letter From One Of Our Clients

 

CPR performed 24 hours after taking a Gator CPR: The Center for CPR & Safety Training class.

 

"Danny here. I took your CPR BLS course two days ago. This was a renewal for my Physical Therapist Assistant license requirement. The first time I took it was at the beginning of school two years ago. I didn't pay attention and they basically gave me the certification for nothing. This time I paid attention and actually learned it. Well, exactly 24 hours later, it was time to put my skills to use. I saw that a motorcycle had rear ended a stopped SUV. They were most likely going 60-70 mph. I pulled over and ran to the scene. There was a lady in scrubs checking his pulse and on the phone with 911. She didn't know CPR. When I lost his pulse I started delivering high quality chest compressions. His airway/nose/mouth were blocked by blood. A nurse had then arrived on scene and we turned him for a few seconds to see if his airway would clear. It didn't, so we turned him back over and I continued compressions. He gasped every 30 seconds or so and after a few minutes his pulse came back. I had the nurse keep constant observation. When it stopped again, I continued chest compressions. His pulse returned just as EMS arrived, and then soon dissipated. I continued compressions as they were attaching the pads and inserting the airway. The team then took over while the AED was analyzing his pulse.

So, thank you. You taught me well. I'm sure most people who know CPR will never have to use it. I used it 24 hours after learning it (literally, your class was at 6:00 pm. I pulled over to help at 6:00 pm). I thought you might be interested in hearing about it.

Thanks again.

Sincerely,
Danny Fialko"

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