Beverly Hills CPR is an American Heart Association authorized training center. We proudly serve the greater community as the official CPR, AED and First Aid training resource for the City of Beverly Hills, its Beverly Hills Police Department. Beverly Hills Fire Department and the schools that are part of the Beverly Hills Unified School District. Beverly Hills CPR is proudly affiliated with the American Heart Association and has been designated an authorized AHA training center.
The training and resources offered by Beverly Hills CPR often mean the difference between life and death for members of our community. Beverly Hills CPR is dedicated to reducing preventable deaths from heart disease, the number one cause of death in the United States. Annually, we train hundreds of people in the lifesaving techniques of CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) and in the use of AEDs (automated external defibrillators). We also provide coursework in first aid and the Heimlich Maneuver.
The certified instructors at Beverly Hills CPR also offer training to businesses and organizations within the community who are required by law to provided CPR training to designated employees within their organization. Our volunteers teach AHA courses for members of the community as well as healthcare professionals.
Acknowledging the growing number of heart-related diseases and deaths in this country and recognizing a growing need for community involvement in this area, the Beverly Hills CPR Program began in 1977 when volunteers organized to raise funds and coordinate instructors to train members of the community in CPR. A volunteer board, Friends of Beverly Hills CPR, continues to provide direction, plan programs, and raise funds to support our efforts. This year we expect to have trained 86,000 people in these life saving techniques.
Martin Geimer (President)
Les Bronte (Vice President, Administrative Coordinator)
Alan Bunnage (Vice President)
Brian Rosenstein (Treasurer)
Stuart Rosen (Secretary)
Debra Judelson, M.D.