About Region II EMS

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The goal of the Region II EMS Community Training Center (CTC) is to provide effective and comprehensive training and education though the various courses offered through the American Heart Association. Some courses that we offer are Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers, Heartsaver First Aid CPR & AED, Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS), Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS). We train hundreds of students yearly all throughout the counties of Dona Ana, Grant, Hidalgo, Luna, Sierra and Socorro though our large network of over two hundred instructors. A Healthcare Provider course and a Heartsaver First Aid w/CPR & AED are offered monthly here at the Region II EMS office. We offer custom classes for your business, as well as, online Basic Life Support and Advanced Life Support classes. We strive to provide students with the best learning experience possible which enables them to perform CPR or render First Aid if the situation arises with confidence in the skills they have obtained from attending one of our courses.

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Region 2 EMS  

125 North Main Street 

Las Cruces, NM 88001 

Tel: (575) 524-2167 

 

 

Fax: (575) 524-4639 

E-Mail: rcasas@emsregion2.org 

www.trainingcentertechnologies.com/region2ems 

Your CPR/AED and First Aid training agency...
Region II EMS Inc. is a private, not-for-profit 501 (c) 3 corporation. Our Vision is for an efficient, collaborative, and effective emergency health services system in southwestern New Mexico that reduces morbidity and mortality.

Our Mission is to provide resources throughout our Region and its greater communities. These resources will contribute to the maintenance, implementation and development of a comprehensive emergency health services system through the support of practitioners, organizations, local and regional systems, and state and federal programs.