First aid and CPR course offered Saturday, Jan. 28 at Hayes Green Beach

Learn the skills needed to offer emergency first aid in the event someone close to you has a heart attack, stroke or is choking, or if someone is injured or falls suddenly ill. A first aid and CPR class is scheduled Saturday, Jan. 28, at Hayes Green Beach Memorial Hospital.
Every year more than 480,000 American adults die of a heart attack or its complications.  About half of these deaths result from sudden cardiac arrest, an early complication of some heart attacks that can occur within seconds – even before emergency personnel arrive. Too many times victims die from these complications because bystanders don’t know what to do.  
The HGB EMS Department and the American Heart Association can help you be prepared through the CPR and First Aid class taught from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the HGB Trumley Education Center. The cost for the course is $45.
Participants learn adult, child, and infant CPR, and use of the automated external defibrillator, as well as precautions for blood-borne pathogens, and emergency actions for sudden illness and injury. A two-year American Heart Association certification card will be issued. This course meets State of Michigan requirements for those who work in childcare and group homes, or who need professional certifications for job requirements.  
To register or for more information, contact Dan Sowles at or call 517-541-5912.
Hayes Green Beach Memorial Hospital has been the community’s choice for health care for more than 75 years. HGB is committed to working together in health to provide quality care and enhance the vitality of the community. It has expanded its vision beyond providing traditional hospital services to one that promotes health and well-being through AL!VE. Learn more about HGB at and AL!VE at