Arizona CPR Classes Introduction
Welcome to the Arizona infant CPR page. On this page you will find helpful information regarding Arizona health statistics, general information about Arizona, and links to health-related organizations in Arizona. CPR and choking relief classes are absolutely vital for any caregiver who lives in Arizona. It only takes a few seconds for a baby to wander into a pool and with CPR, seconds matter. If you are an Arizona resident than take our class and receive your online Arizona CPR certification. Get started today!
Skills Test CPR Certification Centers in Arizona:
Tempe Training Center
1035 W University Dr, Tempe, AZ 85281 | contact: 480.540.8802
1221 North Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004 | contact: 480.540.8802
Scottsdale Training Center
7702 E. DoubleTree Ranch Road Suite 300, Scottsdale, AZ 85258 | contact: 480.540.8802
Community Wellness & Safety of Arizona
522 N. Gilbert Rd. Suite 104, Gilbert, AZ 85234 | contact: 480.325.9459
Love Life CPR
16260 N. 138th Lane, Surprise, AZ 85374 | contact: 623.810.6687
Eclipse CPR Training
4500 East Speedway Blvd. #84, Tucson, AZ 85712 | contact: 520.623.0539
Flagstaff CPR & BLS Provider
2920 N. 4th Street, Flagstaff, AZ 86004 | contact: 623.640.9807
Medical Statistics for AZ
Arizona Pediatric Statistics
Arizona mothers gave birth to 87,477 babies according to the latest census. The number of births per 1,000 is 13.7, nearly 1 per 1,000 better than the National average. Arizona has the second largest American Indian population. The number of American Indian born babies was 2nd in America with 5,523 births. Hispanic mothers gave birth to 35,092 babies. The also state ranks in the number of live births by Hispanic origin of mother. Mexican mothers rank 3rd in America (32,776 births), and Cuban mothers rank 16th (96 births). The total number of births by Hispanic origin of mother is 35,092.
The teen (15-19 years of age) birth rate ranks 13th highest in America at a rate of 41.9% births per 1,000. This is about 7% higher than the National average. Though it should be noted that Arizona from 2007-10 did rank 1st in the percentage change in teen birth rate at -27%. The National average for that time was only -17%. The state also ranked 13th in the number of preterm births at 10,660. Non-Hispanic White mothers ranked the highest in percentage of preterm births by race/ethnicity at 11.3%. The number of births of a low birth weight rank, 6,190, rank 18th in the country. Arizona does rank 15th highest in the number of infant deaths with 522.
Arizona ranked 4th highest in America in childhood (10-17 years of age obesity rate. Almost 40% of children are overweight/obese. The American average is only 31.3%. Children (1-17 years of age) report no oral health problems only 77.7% of the time. That is 3rd worst in the country. That means 22.3% report having one or more problems. The average in U.S. is 81.3% and 18.7% respectively.
General Health Statistics
In terms of deaths per 100,000, Arizona has the 11th best rate at only 693.1. The National average is much higher at 747 deaths per 100,000. Consequently, life expectancy at birth is 79.6 years, which is about a year better than the National average. Additionally, only 17.1% of adults in Arizona smoke. That is nearly 2% lower than the National average.
Arizona Cardiovascular Statistics
In terms of diagnoses, Arizona has the 14th most residents, 487,000, living with diabetes in America. Moreover, at a rate of 146.7 per 100,000, the number of deaths related to diseases of the heart here is 6th lowest in the country. The National average is much higher at 179.1 deaths per 100,000. Rates for men and women both rank higher than the American average.
The percentage of overweight/obese adults, at only 62%, is nearly 1.5% better than U.S. average and is 12th lowest in the nation.
Arizona Childcare Organizations
Hacienda Health Care
Arizona Department of Health Services
Phoenix Children's Hospital
Southwest Human Development