October 20th, 2016
We’re hosting a CPR training course for professional rescuers on October 25. This CPR class is designed for those who are health care or rescue professions. In addition to the CPR from above, this class includes CPR with advanced airway, BVM, two-person CPR in a team environment, rescue breathing. The renewal program (those who have had CPR in the past) takes two hours, for those taking CPR for the first time this class takes four hours. The cost is $50 per person. Please RSVP by following the link below.
October 17th, 2016
The team at Canandaigua Emergency Squad responded to 477 calls during the month of September. Of those calls, 67 were related to falls—the most of any reason for dispatch. General illness was the next most frequent with 50, followed by trouble breathing (40), unconscious/fainting (29), and motor vehicle collisions (27).
For the first time this year, the age demographic requiring the most responses was not the oldest set. People between 40 and 69 made up 43% of calls, followed by people 70+ (39%), 20-39 (10%) and less than 20 (8%). Females made up 53% of the recipients of care.
Ready. Willing. Able.
October 13th, 2016
Our monthly community CPR class is set for Oct. 17 at 6:30 p.m. at our station. This class offers Adult CPR/Chocking/AED, Child CPR/Chocking/AED and Infant CPR/Chocking and AED. This class takes approximately two hours and costs $30 per person. You must RSVP to attend, so please click the link below.
October 10th, 2016
CES provides training in first aid in topics such as recognizing emergencies, protection from body fluids, allergic reactions, heart attacks, stroke, seizure, and bleeding control. This class takes approximately two hours and costs $20 per person. Learn how you can help others in need.
October 6th, 2016
We’re a non-profit organization that doesn’t receive any tax money from state or local governments. Because of that, we rely a great deal on donations from the community we serve, and those donations go directly to training and equipment that save lives right here in the Canandaigua region. Click the link and help us help others.