2012 CCP Nursing program - page 17

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Hi, Just wondering if anyone has received their acceptance letters for the fall 2012 program yet and if so how many points did you have?... Read More


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    In light of yet another new piece of information , does anyone know oh someone who does HCP CPR certification besides cuspidsqueen contact ? I would go with that but her price seems a lil high and her practice isn't based in Philly .

    Thanks in advanced
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    Quote from bcolli11
    In light of yet another new piece of information , does anyone know oh someone who does HCP CPR certification besides cuspidsqueen contact ? I would go with that but her price seems a lil high and her practice isn't based in Philly .

    Thanks in advanced

    I don't know what the quoted price was, but I'm looking into taking the Basic Life Support for the Healthcare Provider Training Program over a the Penn at Rittenhouse. It's $70 for non-UPHS employees. Again, I missed the original quoted price, but this could be another option for you and it's right in the city.

    Here's a link to their page: Penn Medicine Clinical Simulation Center - ACLS Courses
    just make sure you click on the "BLS HCP welcome letter" link too.

    Good luck!
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    Does it get any cheaper than 70$ (CPR Training) ? Maybe I should look around more ? Thanks so much I'll keep that in mind !!!!
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    Random question

    Are our names stitched on our uniforms ? I was in the west building the other day and saw a girl who had her name stitched on hers but the colors weren't nursing so I wasn't sure . That would be cool if they are !!!!! It's seems like it would be considering we have to order the uniforms and what not.
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    I dont think our names are stitched on. We get a name tag that you pin to your shirt.
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    Oh damn ... That's tacky !!! I might just get mines done like that. Thanks
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    Thanks for the responses, everyone!
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    Quote from bcolli11
    Does it get any cheaper than 70$ (CPR Training) ? Maybe I should look around more ? Thanks so much I'll keep that in mind !!!!
    $70 is the standard price given by the American Heart Association. Unless you work somewhere where they offer the class for free or at a discounted rate that is pretty much what you are going to pay. I checked out 4 different places and all the prices were the same. You have to remember this isn't the same certification that the lay person gets. You learn to use a defibrillator as well as how to do team based CPR which is what you would do in a hospital setting.
    Last edit by cupidsqueen420 on May 7, '12
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    Ooooooh ok .... I see. Thank u
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    Can't wait to meet those of you I haven't already on Thursday.


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