YOU DON’T HAVE TIME TO WAIT FOR EMS

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“We are thrilled to offer online programs, as well as off-site training, We offer you choices, so you can learn when it fits into your schedule. It’s imperative that everyone takes time to learn. The statistics show that you are more likely to render care to a loved one or friend in a medical emergency.”

Pamela RobersonOwner - Heart2Heart Solutions

Community CPR & First Aid

Basic CPR/AED course provided by Medic First Aid which is an OSHA approved program and provides a 2 year certification card

CPR Training and AED (for the Lay Rescuer)

Basic CPR/AED course provided by Medic First Aid which is an OSHA approved program and provides a 2 year certification card.

Heart 2 Heart Solutions provides the most affordable and professional CPR training in the East Bay.

CPR CLASSES AND FIRST AID CLASSES AVAILABLE AT OUR BRENTWOOD CALIFORNIA  LOCATION OR MAY BE ARRANGED AT YOUR LOCATION.

COMMUNITY CPR

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COMMUNITY CPR & FIRST AID

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About Heart2Heart Solutions

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Pamela Roberson owner of Heart 2 Heart Solutions Pamela began her career as an instructor over 20 years ago as a volunteer instructor for the American Red Cross.  She became passionate about not only teaching but the field of emergency medicine.  She decided to become an EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) and worked for years on an ambulance within the Silicon Valley Area.  Pamela continued teaching for the American Heart Association through Stanford Medical Center certifying the general public and recertifying the medical staff.  In addition, she launched her own company teaching throughout the South Bay.  In 2015 she relocated to the East Bay and started Heart 2 Heart Solutions providing CPR/AED, and First Aid training to the general public.  “Having fun while learning is the key to a successful class”, according to Pamela.  She also is a Clinical Medical Assistant and has a background in psychology and sociology.

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Training CPR rescuers, one traveler at a time

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