Spring Hill EMS welcomed the fall season with open arms and a commitment to safety as they gathered for a CPR training event led by Senator Bill Weber last night. The event drew a diverse crowd of community members eager to learn vital life-saving skills.
The comprehensive training covered Adult, Child, and Infant CPR techniques, AED training, and essential knowledge for responding to choking incidents involving individuals of all ages. This event underscored Spring Hill EMS”s dedication to preparing the community for emergency situations.
Spring Hill EMS encourages the community to actively participate in monthly training sessions to ensure they are well-equipped to respond effectively in life-threatening situations.
In an effort to be inclusive, Spring Hill EMS is hosting a special CPR training event for the Spanish-speaking community on October 18th. Interested participants are urged to register promptly to secure their spot at this valuable training opportunity.
Senator Bill Weber’s commitment to community health and safety was evident throughout the event, making it a resounding success.
To participate in upcoming CPR training sessions or register for the October 18th Spanish-language event, visit our website or contact our community center for more information. Don’t miss this opportunity to become a certified lifesaver in your community.
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