HEALTHQUEST CPR/AED and First Aid Training Center is a service of the Petaluma Health Care District (PHCD) and an Authorized Training center of the American Heart Association. HEALTHQUEST has been providing CPR training to staff at Petaluma Valley Hospital and Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital and certifying members of our community in CPR and First Aid over 25 years. What makes our CPR/AED and First Aid Training different than other similar services? We offer a quality program with small classes and individual student mannequins, partner with local police and fire, and EMS, and make the learning process fun. Training can occur in private group settings at our facility or yours.
HEALTHQUEST manages the District's HeartSafe Community Program. To learn more about HEALTHQUEST CPR classes or HeartSafe Community
Lifeline of the North Bay, a Personal Emergency Response Service (PERS) of the Petaluma Health Care District, is one of the top five Lifeline Programs in the United States, currently serving approximately 3400 community residents across six counties. Lifeline with AutoAlert is the first pendant style Help Button that can automatically call for help if a fall is detected and the senior or other individual is unable to press their button because they are immobilized, disoriented or unconscious. What makes Lifeline of the North Bay different from other programs? PHCD's Lifeline of the North Bay provides a quality product AND quality service, providing in home support and face to face consultation when needed. Many times we can offer same day or next day service. To find more information on all the Lifeline products, including a new mobile PERS and GPS PERS, and a Medication Dispensing Service click here
The Petaluma Health Care District launched a HeartSafe Community Program in collaboration with local police and fire, EMS, Petaluma Valley Hospital and American Heart Association in 2013. The purpose of the Program is to promote CPR and AED training, implement a public-access defibrillation network (install AEDs in public locations) throughout our community, and provide ongoing education and AED maintenance support. Sudden Cardiac Arrests (SCA) can happen anywhere, at any time, at any age. The ultimate goal of the Program is to strengthen our community's response to medical emergencies. The HeartSafe Community Program is managed by HEALTHQUEST, a service of the Petaluma Health Care District. To learn more about HEALTHQUEST CPR classes or HeartSafe Community click here.
Two Board of Director seats will be open on the Petaluma Health Care District Board for 2015.
Interested applicants can apply July 14, 2014 thru August 8, 2014.
For more information, contact Suzanne Cochrane, Board Clerk at (707)285-2143X130.
Learn how immediate CPR and use of an AED saved Tim's life, and could save yours!