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All of the materials you will need to complete your West Virginia CPR, First Aid or BLS online course and exam are included with your Delaware course materials.
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According to www.americashealthrankings.org, West Virginia was ranked 47th in overall health in 2012 and has decreased from 43rd in 2011. The life expectancy is 75.16 years, which is the second-shortest life expectancy of all the states compared to a national average of 78.7 years.
When it comes to healthcare spending, West Virginia is ranked 4th and notably one of the highest states in the nation in per capita public health funding, spending approximately $129 per person. West Virginia is ranked 24th in insurance. The number of people living without insurance has decreased slightly over the past 6 years however, 14.2% of the population is still uninsured. The availability of primary care physicians in West Virginia is ranked 34th, averaging out to only approximately 102.5 PCPs per 100,000 residents, notably lower than the national average of 121.
Approximately 17.4% of adults in West Virginia are living below poverty level. The percentage of children living in poverty is 24.5%, ranking West Virginia 42nd in the country in this category. Over the past decade, the rate of adults living in poverty has actually decreased by 0.5% while the rate of children has increased by 4.2%.
Due to a high prevalence for sedentary lifestyle, West Virginia is the second poorest-ranked in the country in obesity, with 32.4% of adults considered obese. With a ranking of 32nd, West Virginia also has a high percentage of obese children (14.6%). Considering the percentage of obese individuals, it is no surprise that 12% of adults in West Virginia are living with diabetes, ranking it the second-poorest in the country in this category as well, and indicating an increased from 8.8% in 2002. The incidence of stroke is approximately 3.9%, which is considerably higher than the national average of 2.1% and admittedly the fourth-poorest ranked state in this category.
With a very high prevalence of smoking, 28.6% of the population smokes, ranking West Virginia the second-poorest in the country in this category and has remained relatively stable over the last decade. On the contrary, statistics indicate that only 10.1% of the population participates in binge drinking, giving West Virginia the second-lowest ranking in this category and marking a decreased from 11.3% in 2004.
With the strengths being low prevalence for binge drinking and high per capita health funding, West Virginia is still struggling with a high prevalence for obesity, diabetes, stroke and smoking.
CPR, First Aid and BLS (Basic Life Support) are critical qualifications for EMTs, RNs and other medical professionals. “CPR Select” provides quality online training programs for medical professionals wishing to become certified in CPR, First Aid and BLS in West Virginia.
Local CPR Class Locations in West Virginia
|Barbour County EMS||209 S Main St, Philippi, WV 26416-1238|
|Hardy County Training Center||106 Washington St # 89, Moorefield, WV 26836-1139|
|Thomas Memorial Hospital||4605 Maccorkle Ave SW, Charleston, WV 25309-1311|
South Atlantic Region
|State||Major Cities||Average Life Expectancy for Male||Average Life Expectancy for Female||National Health Ranking||CPR Select Courses Accepted|
|75.6 years||80.95 years||30th|
|76.75 years||82.69 years||33rd|
|Atlanta||74.26 years||79.77 years||31st|
|Baltimore||75.33 years||80.67 years||22nd|
|Charlotte||74.36 years||79.92 years||32nd|
|73.59 years||79.48 years||45th|
|Virginia Beach||75.97 years||80.94 years||20th|
|72.26 years||78.09 years||9th|
West Virginia Cities List