Group CPR TrainingSave A Life
Albuquerque: North Domingo Baca Center – Wyoming and Paseo del Norte
Rio Rancho: Cabazon Community Center and Park
Los Lunas: Daniel Fernandez Rec. Center

Project Heart Start Day

June 15, 2019 | 8 a.m. to noon

Group CPR TrainingSave A Life

Over 130,000 New Mexicans Trained

CPR Training Kit

— Mary Anne

"They literally brought me back from death, and that was because of the Heart Start program”

Project Heart Start is dedicated to saving the lives of victims of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest through education of all capable citizens to perform compression-only CPR and to encourage and facilitate the placement and proper utilization of automated external defibrillators (AED).

– Barry W. Ramo, MD, FACC, Director of Project Heart Start

Project Heart Start (PHS) is dedicated to training all able individuals to perform compression-only CPR (COCPR) and to encourage and facilitate the placement and utilization of automated external defibrillators (AED). We hope to make New Mexico a healthier place to live.

Participants will learn to:

  • assess a victim of Sudden Cardiac Arrest
  • call 911
  • correctly perform chest compressions
  • recognize the signs of a heart attack
  • save someone who is choking by performing the Heimlich maneuver ( abdominal thrusts )
  • use an AED
Programs

I WOULD LIKE TO

BECOME A VOLUNTEER

Project Heart Start depends largely on volunteers to fulfill its mission, to train every able person in New Mexico. You can volunteer to help with an event, become a champion and organize a training at your company or club, site coordinator, or you can become a facilitator.

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TRAIN MY ORGANIZATION

The simple 40 minute PHS training can be presented at your business, organization, club or school. It is easy to organize and by training your group you are making New Mexico a safer place to  live.

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ATTEND FREE PUBLIC TRAINING

Sudden Cardiac Arrest kills 400,000 people annually, 9,000 of them children under 18. Make your community safer and learn how to perform hands-only CPR. Check our events calendar for upcoming training opportunities. Sessions last only 40 minutes and are open to anyone.