My name is Asumpter Warees . After four years of nursing school at the University of South Carolina, I got my first job at Providence Heart Institute in Columbia, SC, working with heart disease patients. After years, I got married and my husband and I moved to Georgia. While in GA, I started working at the Medical Center of Central Georgia on the medical surgical floor. I was also mainly dealing with cardiac (heart) patients. Due to my husband's job training, we moved to Tennessee. In TN, I got a job at Germantown Medical Center. I was still involved with cardiac patients there as well. While working in these three hospitals, I had an opportunity to be a preceptor to the majority of new nurses. From that time, I understood how much I loved teaching cardiac-related topics to the nurses. After a while, my husband got a job in Fayetteville, NC, so we moved. I started working with home health in Fayetteville because I wanted to have my cake and eat it as well. Hospital hours were not able to allow me to be a full-time mom. I wanted to work and take care of my children full-time. I decided to take my experience into the community. I worked as a home health nurse, but unfortunately the company I was working with moved to Georgia. While working in the hospital, I accumulated lots of cardiac knowledge. I decided to become a Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Instructor. I am now affiliated with South Regional Health Education Center (SR-AHEC) in Fayetteville, NC. I am teaching American Heart Association (AHA) certification classes. The certifications last for 2 years. As you can see, I have lots of cardiac experience, and I love to teach lifesaving skills. Now let's work together to learn how to save your loved ones and be the first responder with confidence in our community. You never know who might need your help. It could be your wife, husband, coworker, stranger, or even your child.