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CPR: Push to help save a life



It only take seconds to learn CPR

Newmarket – November is cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) month and paramedics from The Regional Municipality of York are teaching students from the City of Markham to push their knowledge, push their confidence and push to save a life by learning CPR.

According to the Canadian Red Cross, less than half of Canadians say they have the skills to help in a life-threatening emergency.

Media are invited to join York Region Paramedic Services at Thornhill Secondary School as they teach students how to perform hands-only CPR and show how CPR is used during emergency care.

When:          
Thursday, November 2, 2017
8:30 a.m.

Where:         
Thornhill Secondary School (register in office upon arrival)
167 Dudley Avenue
City of Markham

York Region’s team of 550 paramedics provide emergency response and community care to York Region residents and visitors 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. Follow us on Twitter for a behind the scenes look @YorkParamedics

The Regional Municipality of York consists of nine local cities and towns, and provides a variety of programs and services to 1.2 million residents, 51,000 businesses and 600,000 employees. More information about the Region’s key service areas is available at york.ca/regionalservices

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Media Contact:
Joe Chawla, Community and Health Services, The Regional Municipality of York
Phone: 1-877-464-9675, ext. 77240
Email: joe.chawla@york.ca
After-hours:
Phone: 905-806-1216
Email: chs_media@york.ca


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