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Lake Norman Regional offering CPR class

Lake Norman Regional offering CPR class
MOORESVILLE ó Lake Norman Regional Medical Center will offer an American Heart Association CPR class from 6-10 p.m. Aug. 27.
This Basic Life Support (BLS) Health Care Provider course is for professionals who work in a healthcare environment or who may require CPR knowledge to perform their job.
Students will also learn to recognize the warning signs of a heart attack and stroke in adults as well as how to identify breathing difficulties in children. Participants will receive certification in adult, child and infant CPR upon completion.
Cost is $40 per person, plus a book fee. For more information and reservations, call 704-660-4859.
Lake Norman Regional Medical Center is located just off of I-77 at exit 33. Its Web site is www. LNRMC.com.

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