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​​​​Did you know the average response time for 911 is 8-10 minutes. That's not bad until you consider the brain starts to die in 4-6 minutes.  What you do for someone that is not breathing or in cardiac arrest before 911 arrives can mean the difference bt. them living and dying. A patient losses 10% chance of recovering for every minute CPR is not being performed.   

  • Over 70% of all cardiac and breathing emergencies occur in the home when a family member is present and available to help a victim
  • ​Accidental injuries, including choking and drowning, are the leading cause of death in children
  • ​Over 1.5 million heart attacks occur each year, and approximately 350,000 of these people die before ever reaching a hospital.

Fear of not knowing what to do or doing the wrong thing can easily be avoided by learning some simple steps. The American Heart Association has made learning CPR even easier with fun educational videos. Medright, Inc. uses these videos with new real time feedback mannequins. So you will know immediately if you are performing the steps correctly.

There are many levels of CPR from that designed for the general public to advanced cardiac life support taught to Physicians. Whether you are a new parent, babysitter, caring for a loved one or simply want to be prepared when the time comes that someone needs help there is a right level for you.

Medright, Inc. staff members know the importance of CPR. We have seen first hand the outcome of when a bystander took action and when no one knew what to do. We are very passionate about teaching CPR, not only is it included in all the programs we teach, we have also taught it to Scouts, Venture Crew, Police Officers, grandparents, middle schoolers and public educators.

Isn't it time you learn CPR?

The classroom portion of the CPR class can now be done online. Once an individual completes the online segment they simply print off the certificate and then call the Medright, Inc. office to schedule a day and time to have the skill portion checked off.