CPR is easy to learn, and we teach hundreds of people each year. Why take CPR? It saves lives and is not performed enough. National statistics have shown that only 15 to 30 percent of people who experience sudden cardiac arrests outside of hospitals receive bystander CPR. We are here to help you receive the training you need to be prepared.

Current Classes

Castle Rock Medical Center offers CPR and first aid classes for healthcare providers, first responders, and the general public.  These classes are taught by American Heart Association certified healthcare professionals and covers adult and infant/child CPR, obstructed airway, the use of barrier devices, and AED hands-on training. The first aid portion teaches individuals how to manage any injuries or illnesses until professional help arrives. Topics include first aid basics, medical emergencies, trauma emergencies and environmental emergencies.

Classes are taught the first three Wednesdays of the month starting at 9 a.m. and lasting about 4 hours. There is a 6 person limit to each class. You will get a confirmation email to confirm your date. If you have any questions about your registration or about classes, email us at hr@crhd.org

Registration fee is $65 due at the time of the class, payable by cash or check. Please make checks payable to “Castle Rock Medical Center.”

To register, please fill out and submit the online registration form.

Walk-ins will not be accepted.