Project LifePulse

In pursuit of 1,000 people trained in the lifesaving skill of CPR by December 31st, 2022. 

This page will be updated with realtime data to show our progress to our goal! You will also be able to see a countdown of the time remaining to reach 1,000 people!
Data as of 11/16/2022
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People trained in CPR in 2022

Percent of Project Goal Reached to Date

Hours of Teaching 

Lives Saved (1 Person = Possible 3 lives saved)

What is Project LifePulse

We seek to improve the lives of our community through CPR Instruction

Cardiac Arrest Happen 

Every 90 seconds, someone experiences a cardiac arrest with 7 out of 10 occuring at home or outside of a hospital

Why does this matter

Cardiac Arrest does not discriminate and can occur without warning. If bystanders are able to administer CPR immediately, lives are saved

Survival from Cardiac Arrest

Without CPR, approximately 90% of cardiac arrest patients will not recover

Why Project LifePulse

As educators and an organization, we want to improve our community. If we can equip 1,000 people to be ready to respond, lives will be saved

Bystander CPR

By educating our community, we can have CPR more readily accessible and increase the chances of survival by 20-30%

How to get involved

Attend a training event, take a full CPR Course or host an event through your organization.

Project LifePulse 

A letter from our organization about our project 
Dear Friend,

Thank you for stopping by and taking a moment to learn about our Project LifePulse. We cannot begin to express how much we appreciate you simply learning about our mission. 

Most of our staff have spent years working in prehospital medicine - from the ambulances to the ERs - and we have seen our share of negative outcomes when it comes to a cardiac arrest. When we began looking to our organizational value of Community, we started to think about what it would look like for our community to be equipped to respond to a cardiac arrest situation. 

We believe in our community, and with one of the best heart hospitals located minutes from our Gainesville campus, we know that we can have a positive impact on lives being saved through teaching CPR. We have also seen in areas like Seattle, Washington how they have improved the survival of cardiac arrest by training the public. We also embrace the idea that if we are going to do something, we want to go big.

Project LifePulse is about brining not only affordable CPR Training through formal classes, but about taking every opportunity to reach the community by teaching free walkup classes in a variety of environments.

To do this, we are committed to attending events and setting up with local businesses to train the public in CPR. You will find us at car shows, festivals and other events in the Hall County area. We also teach multiple classes for healthcare providers at our Gainesville, GA Campus weekly. 

You can help by volunteering your time, taking time to become CPR Trained through a class, helping set up an event and even getting your organization involved with this project. 

We have a huge goal ahead, but if we work together, we will be able to impact our friends, family, coworkers and others by having the skills to save lives in our community. 

This page will be updated to show real time progress as we go after our goal of 1,000 people trained.

We should leave the world better than we found it, and this project will help us save lives.

Thanks for stopping by and our team is excited to see us obtain our goal in 2022!

Kyle P. Atkins, Ed.S., NRP
Phoenix Institute
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