Ginger Davis (middle) and her family have run Heartland CPR for almost 15 years now.

Heartland CPR delivers for nurses

Fun Fact: When learning CPR, Chuck Norris brought the dummy back to life.
Heartland CPR owner Ginger Davis says the sign in the back of the room at her Northwest Oklahoma City office always draws a laugh.
It’s just one of the ice breakers Davis and her staff use to help medical professionals feel at ease when it comes to renewing certifications that mean the difference between earning a paycheck or sitting at home.
Her son, Devin, says Heartland has a large following of nurses who enjoy the fact the company works around their schedule.
Heartland offers American Heart Association (AHA) certified BLS, ACLS, PALS and Heartsaver CPR, First Aid and AED training in Oklahoma City, Tulsa and throughout the state of Oklahoma.
By limiting class sizes, minimizing test anxiety, and taking every opportunity to exceed the expectations of customers, Heartland CPR engages participants with a fresh approach to training.
It’s why the business has such a huge following in the medical field and a high return rate.
Referral discounts are offered.
Flexibility has always been the cornerstone of Heartland’s business model.
One in-demand course is the S.T.A.T. program which stands for Sequentially Timed Accelerated Training. Nurses can renew the entire BLS, ACLS and PALS certification suite in a weekend.
Despite the demand, classes are limited in size.
It’s a Heartland tenet to ensure the quality of the training and the ability for students to ask questions and truly grasp the material.
Heartland was an early adopter of the new voice mannikin technology as well.
“It’s been a massive improvement as far as the compressions go,” Devin Davis said. “It helps them correct themselves on what they need to improve on. It’s pretty effective to make sure people are getting the correct feedback.”
Ginger Davis counts five firefighters, four paramedics, two first responders to the OKC bombing, an EMS chief and an EMS sergeant among her instructors.
“I think our experience base is pretty impressive,” Davis said. “It’s pretty impressive when you put it all together and look at all the experience combined.”
A minimum class size of six participants applies to all training at customer locations within the OKC metro area; other minimums may be negotiated for customer locations statewide.
Don’t have 6? Then Heartland can combine you or your group with another small class with flexible scheduling.
Emergency & individual classes are available as well.
The company has also expanded into AED equipment sales.
Heartland is now able to equip customers with a variety of quality AEDs from trusted manufacturers at pricing that can’t be touched even by online distributors. Discounts are also offered when you package your AED purchase and training.  Enrollments are limited to assure small classes.