Holy Spirit News

Free CPR Classes Offered in February

Posted: December 27th, 2013

In honor of American Heart Month, Holy Spirit Health System is offering free CPR classes on Saturday, February 8. American Heart Association-trained instructors will be teaching these classes in Holy Spirit Hospital’s auditorium. 

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Free CPR Classes Offered

Posted: January 4th, 2013

Holy Spirit Health System is offering free CPR classes on Saturday, February 9. American Heart Association-trained instructors will be teaching these classes in Holy Spirit Hospital’s auditorium.  These courses will teach participants the skills needed to successfully resuscitate the victim of cardiopulmonary arrest and to relieve a foreign body airway obstruction.  Participants will learn the risk factors and signs of a stroke, heart attack, cardiopulmonary arrest, and airway obstruction, and how to correctly use an automated external defibrillator (AED) for adults and children. 

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Free CPR Classes Offered in August

Posted: July 9th, 2012

Holy Spirit Health System is offering free CPR classes on Saturday, August 4.  American Heart Association-trained instructors will be teaching these classes in Holy Spirit Hospital’s auditorium.  These courses will teach participants the skills needed to successfully resuscitate the victim of cardiopulmonary arrest and to relieve a foreign body airway obstruction.  Participants will learn the risk factors and signs of a stroke, heart attack, cardiopulmonary arrest, and airway obstruction, and how to correctly use an automated external defibrillator (AED) for adults and children. 

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West Shore EMS Acquires the LUCAS™ Chest Compression System

Posted: April 4th, 2012

West Shore EMS, a service of Holy Spirit Health System, has purchased four LUCAS 2 Chest Compression System units from Physio-Control, Inc. The LUCAS 2 system is an external, mechanical device that provides chest compressions during cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), even in less than ideal physical locations. The 15-pound device allows emergency medical teams to focus on other lifesaving therapies, such as medication, ventilation and defibrillation, and can improve outcomes for adult cardiac arrest patients. West Shore EMS is the area’s first provider in Cumberland and Perry counties to have the LUCAS device. They will also place one of the units in Franklin County.

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Free CPR Classes Offered to Community

Posted: January 9th, 2012

ALL CLASSES ARE FULL. THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST.

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