Salt Lake Regional Medical Center Teams Up with the Salt Lake City Fire Department and Gold Cross Ambulance at this Year's Utah Arts Festival

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Emergency medical professionals will teach 10-minute compression only CPR courses to festival-goers throughout the weekend.

Utah Arts Festiva - CPR Blitz

These CPR training sessions are designed to be quick and accessible.

Salt Lake Regional Medical Center, Salt Lake City Fire Department, and Gold Cross Ambulance collaborate to bring compression-only CPR and safety education to the community at this year’s Utah Arts Festival. SLCFD and Gold Cross emergency medical technicians will teach multiple, 10-minute CPR training sessions to festival guests between 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. on the festival’s opening day, Thursday, June 20, and continue on until Sunday, June 23.

These training sessions are designed to be quick and accessible in order to teach as many people as possible the proper application of compression-only CPR. Additionally, festival guests are encouraged to stop by Salt Lake Regional Medical Center’s booth for water and any first-aid needs.

“Our goal is to make CPR less intimidating by educating the community. Gaining an understanding of how to react and help in an emergency situation is a priceless skill,” said Chad Carman, D.O. “As medical professionals, we want to equip as many people as possible with knowledge that can potentially save a life.”

The Utah Arts Festival

Thursday, June 20 – Sunday, June 23, Noon – 11 p.m.

Library and Washington Squares in downtown Salt Lake City
200 East 400 South
Salt Lake City, UT

Thursday - $10 for adults
$6 for seniors
Free for children under 12

Friday – Sunday - $12 for adults
$6 for seniors
Free for children under 12

About [Salt Lake Regional Medical Center
Salt Lake Regional Medical Center has been caring for the people of the Salt Lake Valley for 136 years. Built in 1875, it was one of the first hospitals in the Salt Lake Valley. Salt Lake Regional offers comprehensive healthcare services, including emergency care, heart care, advanced surgical procedures, diagnostic imaging, maternity care, women’s services and help for a broad range of medical conditions. Currently, the 200-bed hospital encompasses 316,000 sq. ft. of medical facilities, including three medical office buildings on campus. For more information, visit or call 1-866-431-WELL (9355).


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