Providence St. Joseph Medical Center Receives Resuscitation Quality Improvement Certification

September 17, 2018 Providence News Team

The American Heart Association and Laerdal Medical recently recognized Providence St. Joseph Medical Center in Polson for their commitment to ensure competency in high-quality CPR through implementation and broad adoption of the Resuscitation Quality Improvement Program.

High-Quality CPR is a lifesaving intervention and the foundation of survival from cardiac arrest.

Pictured are CPR instructor Cindy Hagen and Lynn Weddle, Interim Chief Executive Officer.

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