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Which Program Is Right For You?

Under the American Heart Association's Guidelines, we offer 3 CPR/First Aid Programs that are designed for 3 groups of people:
  • The General Community (no certification card)
  • The Worker (2 year certification card)
  • The Healthcare Provider (2 year certification card)
Click the button below to learn which program is appropriate for your needs.

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Towns We Serve

B- Basking Ridge, Bedminster, Berkeley Heights, Bernardsville, Bound Brook or Bridgewater
C- Cedar Knolls, Chatham or Chester
D- Denville or Dunellen
E- East Hanover
F- Far Hills or Florham Park
G- Gillete or Gladstone
H- Harding
L- Liberty Corner, Livingston or Lyons
M- Madison, Martinsville, Mendham, Millington, Morris Plains or Morristown
N- New Vernon
P- Parsippany, Peapack or Piscataway
R- Randolph
S- Scotch Plains, Short Hills, Somerville, South Bound Brook, Stirling or Summit
W- Warren, Watchung or Whippany
Somerset Hills CPR, LLC is driven to educate and train people who have the desire to learn life saving skills but don't have the flexibility in their schedule to go to a training center which offer fixed date and times to obtain them.

Therefore, be it early in the morning or late at the night on a weekend, we will come to the location of your convenience to teach you and your friends the tools that can aid, if not save, a person in medical distress.

As an on-site training service, we will come to your home, workplace, school, church or library to train you. Your class must be held within one of these New Jersey based towns. Check below to see if you qualify.

Cancellation Policy

If you need to cancel or reschedule your class, please notify us at least 24 hrs in advance. If not, there will be a $15 surcharge added to your fee.

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You make the Difference of Someone being ALIVE

Did you know that LESS THAN 33% of out-of- hospital cardiac arrest victims receive CPR from an observer?
Despite the best efforts of emergency medical personnel, did you know that LESS THAN 8% of those who suffer from a sudden cardiac arrest outside the hospital SURVIVE?
The key reason is that too much precious time has passed before CPR was applied to the victim.
Since cardiac arrests can happen to anyone at any time, even those who appear healthy, it is important to know what to do in that situation.
CPR is an easy-to-learn technique that can TRIPLE a victim’s chance of survival if provided immediately and effectively.
CPR is a life-saving skill that anyone can learn!