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Advanced Life Support care usually comes in the form of a paramedic in an ambulance providing advanced life saving health care services outside of the hospital, including...
Skagit County Medic One is an official training center with the American Safety and Health Institute. Join the hundreds of area residents who have received CPR, AED and first aid training from us!
April is National Distracted Driving Month. One university study showed that a full one-fifth of teens and ten percent of parents behind the week drive while distracted. If anyone looks around while driving, they would likely find that number much …
The 33rd annual Safe Kids/Group Health Tulip Pedal will take place on April 19, 2014, at La Conner Middle School in La Conner, Wash. Registration for the event is up at www.active.com. Downloadable registration forms are available at http://www.skagitems.com/safe-kids-skagit-county/annual-tulip-pedal/. The …
Safe Kids Skagit-Island will hosts a public car seat checkup from 1 to 3 p.m., Jan. 18, at Coupeville Fire Department, 109 N. Main St., in Coupeville. Between 80 and 90 percent of all car seats are reported to be …
Skagit County EMS, also known as Skagit County Medic One, will offer nearly two dozen CPR and first aid classes to the general public in 2014. Classes are offered in various locations throughout Skagit County. Most classes take place over …
Public Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation & First Aid Training Courses
Proper public CPR and first aid buy those important first few minutes before emergency medical personnel arrive.
The Skagit County EMS Commission is proud to offer CPR and first aid training to Skagit County residents.
Click on the map below to find out where in Skagit County our next class will take place.