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WCEMS has joined forces with the PulsePoint Foundation to offer an amazing Apple or Android app.  This app allows a member of the public with CPR training to be notified when they are within 1/4 mile of a cardiac arrest in a public place.  Off-duty first responders, healthcare workers, lifeguards, ANYONE with basic CPR training and the willingness to use it should have PulsePoint.  Download the app using the links on this page or visit www.pulsepoint.org to learn more.

CPR Training



WCEMS is an official AHA BLS Training Center. We offer training for diverse organizations within the county. If you’re a healthcare provider, teacher, family caregiver, or anyone else interested in learning more about CPR please contact us. We are unable to provide training for sole students.

Please view the calendar at the bottom of the page for upcoming classes.

Jim Persons
Assistant Director
AHA Training Center
[email protected]
or 512-943-3736

Take 10 CPR
Check, Call, Compress!

Take10 CPR is a nationally recognized program that we’re presenting to increase cardiac arrest survival. WCEMS System responders can’t do it alone. In only 10 short minutes you can learn how to help us save a life in the early moments after cardiac arrest occurs. Without bystander CPR in the first few minutes, the chances of survival drop dramatically. This simple program allows us to train a few people who in turn pay it forward. If you’re interested in learning about this program for your business, place of worship, school, etc, please contact us!  It’s free and best of all there’s no mouth-to-mouth involved. Yuk!
To request a Take10 CPR course be held for your organization fill out the form below!  
To register for a scheduled course, use the email below.
[email protected]

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Upcoming Events
«May 2019»
  • Stop The Bleed
    5/11/2019 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM

    Stop The Bleed

    Learn how to control life-threatening bleeding as a bystander!  Course teaches tourniquet application, direct pressure and wound packing. Open to the community, and appropriate for ages 12+ with adult present.
    Sat, May 11th · 9:30am – Noon
    St. David’s Round Rock Medical Center
    2400 Round Rock Avenue

    Classrooms inside Main Entrance
    The course is hosted by the St. David’s Round Rock Medical Center Trauma Department and Williamson County EMS.

    To register for this life saving class call 512-341-6118 and leave a voicemail, or send an email to [email protected]

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