Spots Still Available For Healthcare Provider Certification

Big Bear, Ca, October 19, 2011, 12:00pm - The Big Bear Lake Fire Department will be conducting a Healthcare Provider certification class this Saturday, October 22 for individuals in the healthcare profession such as physicians, nurses, EMTs, lifeguards, etc.  The certification is a step above the CPR/ AED certification, and is required for healthcare professionals.  The training will provide in depth medical and procedural information for those who treat or assist in the treating of patients.  The certification is good for two years.  The October 22 class will be from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Big Bear Lake Fire Department, 41090 Big Bear Boulevard, Big Bear Lake.  Class size is limited so reserve your seat with a $50 per person fee, which must be paid prior to the class.  Attendees will receive American Heart Association reference materials and a two year Healthcare Provider certification card.   To reserve your spot today call 866-7566.

Big Bear, Ca, October 19, 2011, 12:00pm - The Big Bear Lake Fire Department will be conducting a Healthcare Provider certification class this Saturday, October 22 for individuals in the healthcare profession such as physicians, nurses, EMTs, lifeguards, etc.  The certification is a step above the CPR/ AED certification, and is required for healthcare professionals.  The training will provide in depth medical and procedural information for those who treat or assist in the treating of patients.  The certification is good for two years.  The October 22 class will be from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Big Bear Lake Fire Department, 41090 Big Bear Boulevard, Big Bear Lake.  Class size is limited so reserve your seat with a $50 per person fee, which must be paid prior to the class.  Attendees will receive American Heart Association reference materials and a two year Healthcare Provider certification card.   To reserve your spot today call 866-7566.

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