Hands-Only CPR

Learn CPR and Save a Life
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There’s a new standard in the way CPR is done and it takes just minutes to learn
The new standard of CPR is simple to learn, easy to do and it’s saving more lives. It’s called Hands-Only or Continuous Chest Compression CPR and in minutes, you can learn how to save a life.

Hands-Only CPR does not require mouth-to-mouth and simplifies the cardio-pulmonary resuscitation process for an adult in cardiac arrest.

At the Northwest Fire District, we’ve seen firsthand the dramatic difference that knowledgeable bystanders make in a cardiac arrest situation. We want as many people as possible to learn Hands-Only CPR… so, pick the training style that works for you (online or in person) and learn this life-saving skill today:

Watch and Learn

Know what to do in about 10 minutes by watching two quick videos

Practice Makes Perfect

Join us for a free, 60-minute class with hands-on instruction and practice
Watch and Learn
Be prepared and make a difference in a positive outcome for an adult suffering from cardiac arrest by watching two quick videos from the Sarver Heart Center,  the team based right here in Tucson, Arizona that developed this new standard of CPR. The videos show you how to perform Hands-Only CPR and how to use an AED (Automatic External Defibrillator), a machine that walks you through the steps of safely delivering an electrical jump-start to a heart in need.
Hands-Only™ CPR
Learn How To Use An AED

Ready to learn more?

Now that you’ve watched the videos, learn more about CPR with a class from Northwest Fire District.
Practice Makes Perfect
Learn from our compassionate and seasoned emergency medical professionals who will help you find confidence in your lifesaving skills.
This class offers hands-on instruction and practice for both Hands-Only CPR and how to use an AED.
We believe in the results we’ve seen with Hands-Only CPR and want to teach it to you, your office, organization or group for free.

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To learn more about this style of CPR, or register for a free class, please contact the Northwest Fire District at: