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Phoenix is located in the Sonoran Desert in Arizona and is the 6th most populated city in the United States. As a result of the dense, diverse population, the city faces numerous health disparities. According to recent reports, 1 in 9 residents are living with diabetes, a medical condition that is costing over the local government billions of dollars. Diabetes and obesity generally go hand in hand, so it is no surprise that 23.3% of the population of Phoenix is considered obese, marking a moderate increase of almost 1.5% in just the last 5 years. Lack of insurance, especially among children, is also an issue that the city's residents are facing.
Given the high rates of diabetes and obesity, combined with a lack of health insurance, many medical professionals in Phoenix are required to be certified in CPR, First Aid and BLS (Basic Life Support). These are critical qualifications for EMTs, RNs and other medical professionals especially considering the dense population of the city and its subsequent busy medical centers, hospitals and clinics. "CPR Select," with their flexible, hassle-free online programs, provides quality online training programs for Phoenix medical professionals wishing to become certified or renew their certifications.
St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center is the largest non-profit hospital in the Phoenix area and has been voted the area's #1 Acute Care Hospital. Employing more than five thousand people, including more than 1,200 physicians, this 607-bed teaching facility specializes in neurology, neurosurgery, research, organ donation, and is a Level I Trauma Center. As part of Dignity Health, St. Joseph's Hospital makes a "commitment to furthering the healing ministry of Jesus." Other notable hospitals in Phoenix include Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center and the Mayo Clinic.
Phoenix, also called "Valley of the Sun," has a metropolitan population of over 4.3 million in 517,948 square miles. Incorporated on February 5, 1881, Phoenix is the capital of Arizona and the 12th largest metropolitan area in the nation. Other major cities near Phoenix include Glendale, Tempe and Scottsdale. The climate of Phoenix is subtropical desert-arid which consists of very hot, dry summers and very mild winters. The city averages 85% sunshine and has minimal precipitation. It is considered one of the hottest cities in the U.S. and boasts several days with temperatures averaging 100-120 degrees.
Originally inhabited by the Hohokam people, these indigenous settlers turned this desert land arable by creating miles of irrigation canals. During WWII, Phoenix became a major distribution center. Unfortunately, the city was also known for organized crime, with events such as the "Great American Streetcar Scandal" whereby there was arson, sabotage, drug dealing and violent crimes.
As a major transportation and business center, the economy of Phoenix was primarily dependent on agriculture in the early years. Agriculture is still currently an important part of the economy, as is manufacturing, rental housing and tourism.
With abundant sunshine and warm temperatures year-round, outdoor recreation in Arizona includes boating, swimming, hiking, biking and, most importantly, golf. Popular tourist attractions include the Grand Canyon, the Phoenix Art Museum, the largest visual art institute in the southwest U.S., Phoenix Symphony Hall, the Orpheum Theatre, home to the Phoenix Metropolitan Opera, several waterparks and the Desert Botanical Gardens.
|Safety on Site Training||4802 E Ray Rd #23-384, Phoenix, AZ, 85044-6417|
|Rural Metro Fire Department||4141 N Granite Reef Rd, Scottsdale, AZ, 85251-2866|
|Douglas Fire Dept.||1400 E 10th St, Douglas, AZ, 85607-2308|
|Northwest Medical Center||6200 N La Cholla Blvd, Tucson, AZ, 85741-3529|
|State||Major Cities||Average Life Expectancy for Male||Average Life Expectancy for Female||National Health Ranking||CPR Select Courses Accepted|
|77.37 years||82.56 years||29th|
|77.61 years||82.17 years||32nd|
|Idaho||77.46 years||80.98 years||19th|
|Montana||76.1 years||80.63 years||25th|
|Nevada||Las Vegas||75.18 years||80.22 yearsx||42nd|
|New Mexico||Albuquerque||75.04 years||81.47 years||34th|
|Utah||78.11 years||82.04 years||7th|
|Wyoming||75.09 years||80.29 yearsx||21st|
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