Suffolk County,NY     Moriches Bay Heart Watch

Moriches Bay Heart Watch is proud to be part of the American Heart Associations' established Training  Network. As a
Training Site, Moriches Bay Heart Watch  assures that CPR classes are taught to American Heart Association standards,
and that each CPR class we offer meets or exceeds the quality demanded by the nations leading CPR training agency.
Moriches Bay Heart Watch also serves as a hub for instructors by disseminating information about the latest in cardiac
science, CPR protocol, as well as any changes in American Heart Association policy.
As an American Heart Association Training Site, Moriches Bay Heart Watch teaches
a full range of CPR classes for the healthcare provider as well as the lay responder

Heartsaver CPR and First Aid
CPR for Parents and Families (AHA "Family and Friends" program)
BLS for the Healthcare Provider
Heartsaver CPR and First Aid Instructor Training
BLS Instructor Training
BLS and Heartsaver CPR Instructor Renewal Course
ACLS - Advanced Cardiac Life Suport
PALS - Pediatric Advanced Life Support
ACLS & PALS Renewal Courses
Bloodborne Pathogen Training
AMLS - Advanced Medical Life Support
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
Basic Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Classes
PHTLS - PreHospital Trauma Life Support
CPR Training as an American Heart Association Training Center  Suffolk County,Nassau County, New York City, Queens, King, Bronx, NYC, New York  CPR /ACLS/BLS/AHA/AMLS/PHTLS/HIPAA/EMT/FIRST RESPONDERS/CLASSES
Welcome to the Moriches Bay Heart Watch  
Safety CPR and First Aid Training website. I / We have been  
teaching  safety classes for over 25years and we are all ways
updating our material to keep up with all changes in basic
emergency care. Our CPR and First Aid classes are taught
by experienced Emergency Professionals in a fun and
relaxed atmosphere.
We will come to you and furnish all equipment and supplies.
Moriches Bay Heart Watch instructors cover all of Long Island Including Suffolk Counties East End, Nassau and New York Cities 5 boroughs
Heart disease is the number 1 killer in the United States. Each year, almost 330,000 Americans die from heart disease. Half of these will die
suddenly, outside of the hospital, because their heart stops beating.

# The most common cause of death from a heart attack in adults is a disturbance in the electrical rhythm of the heart called ventricular fibrillation.

# Ventricular fibrillation can be treated, but it requires applying an electrical shock to the chest called defibrillation.

# If a defibrillator is not readily available, brain death will occur in less than 10 minutes.

# One way of buying time until a defibrillator becomes available is to provide artificial breathing and circulation by performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR.

# The earlier you give CPR to a person in cardiopulmonary arrest (no breathing, no heartbeat), the greater the chance of a successful resuscitation.

# By performing CPR, you keep oxygenated blood flowing to the heart and brain until a defibrillator becomes available.

# Because up to 80% of all cardiac arrests occur in the home, you are most likely to perform CPR on a family member or loved one.
# When an emergency situation is recognized, the first link in the chain of survival is early access. This means activating the emergency medical services, or EMS, system by
calling 911 (check your community plan, some communities require dialing a different number).

# The next link in the chain of survival is to perform CPR until a defibrillator becomes available.

# In some areas of the country, simple, computerized defibrillators, known as automated external defibrillators, or AEDs, may be available for use by the lay public or first
person on the scene. If available, early defibrillation becomes the next link in the chain of survival.

# Once the EMS unit arrives, the next link in the chain of survival is early advanced life support care. This involves administering medications, using special breathing
devices, and providing additional defibrillation shocks if needed
We also offer OSHA, EPA/AHERA courses on asbestos, chemical and biological weapons, environmental and occupational health courses,
hazardous waste, chemical waste, just to name a few
. Environmental and Occupational courses offered
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If more People knew CPR
Approximately 95 percent of sudden cardiac arrest victims
die before reaching the hospital. Death from sudden cardiac
arrest is not inevitable. If more people knew CPR, more lives
could be saved. If bystander CPR is not provided, a sudden
cardiac arrest
victim’s chances of survival fall 7 percent
to 10 percent for every minute of delay until
Few attempts at resuscitation are successful
if CPR and defibrillation are not provided within minutes of
Suffolk County, Long Island, New York
We are pleased to be affiliated with St. Frances Hospital "The Heart Center Located in Nassau County in the town of  Roslyn Located on Long Island in the state of New York
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