Date posted: January 13, 2012

Welcome to 24×7 Medical Service. Our unique self-guiding CPR course and First Aid course are a cost-effective, time-saving alternative for those individuals who need to learn the fundamentals of Basic Life Support but whose schedules may not permit lengthy lectures and expensive instructors. Each of our step-by-step CPR and First Aid lessons are thoroughly explained with minimal technical jargon and include a helpful quick review section. A brief quiz will recap everything you learned and will give you the confidence you’ll need to take appropriate course of action should an emergency arise.

We offer CPR Certification and First Aid Certification and upon successful CPR course or First Aid course completion you may order a professional, full-color wall certificate which can be framed for display or a conveniently sized wallet card to accompany you at all times. 24×7 Medical Service CPR certification and First Aid certification are issued in exclusive partnership with Care n Cure Foundation® and are valid for 1 years from date of issue.

All Basic Life Support procedures demonstrated in this free online course adhere to the same guidelines as the American Red Cross® and are intended to provide the student with the cognitive skills needed to administer CPR and First Aid in case of an emergency.

For more details
Email :
Dr. Asif sattar at 9891533021
Fax: +91 11 64723799
Director, 24×7 Medical Service, A-69/1, Hari Koti Road, Abul Fazl Enclave, Jamia Nagar, New Delhi-110025.
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3 Responses so far.

  1. please tell me details of how to join the course,and whom to consult.

  2. aman gupta says:

    What is eligibility for this course??and wat are the benifits after this course??

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