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MAGNOLIA & WOODLANDS

(281) 789-3400

CYPRESS

(281) 503-8160

America’s ER Medical Centers:

Cypress

Conveniently located at
Spring Cypress + Grant Road
(across from the H-E-B in Cypress)

FREE CPR + First Aid Classes

Free Classes Offered Every Month!

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American Heart Association Approved

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Includes Adult + Infant CPR & First Aid + AED

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Heartsaver CPR Certification Awarded Upon Class Completion

  • Individuals may register for a class below
  • Groups of 10 or more can either register for a class below or schedule a private training event by emailing cprcypress@americaser.com

New COVID-19 Class Procedures

We have adapted our CPR + First Aid classes to follow CDC guidelines. Please review the following procedures carefully.

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Up to 35 people can attend each CPR + First Aid class.

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Each person must pre-register for the class they are interested in taking.

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Classes will be split into two parts. The first part will be a virtual class that is approximately 3.5 hours long and attended virtually via a GoToMeeting. The second part will be an in-person skills assessment that is approximately 15 minutes long and will be held at our Cypress Medical Center. Both segments are taught and reviewed by a certified instructor.

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When you sign-up for your class you will be assigned a time anywhere from 2-5pm the same day of your class to come take your in-person skills assessment. Four people can take the skills assessment at one time. This part takes approximately 15 minutes to complete.

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Each person must sign into the virtual training session on their own phone or their own computer to be counted as present. No sharing is allowed.

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In order to receive your CPR + First Aid certificate you must complete both the go-to virtual training class as well as the in-person skills assessment.

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All participants must bring a mask with them to the in-person skills assessment and wear it at all times. Gloves are required at all times as well. Gloves will be provided for you when you arrive to take your skills assessment.

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We ask that you please bring a canned good to your skills assessment for donation to a local food bank.

UPCOMING CLASSES

June 2021

All classes below are from 9am-1pm + 15 minute in-person assessment assigned between 2-4:30pm the same day.

CPR + First Aid
June 19, 2021 – Waitlist – you can still sign-up, cancellations do occur and we will fill those spots first come first serve. 

July 2021

All classes below are from 9am-1pm + 15 minute in-person assessment assigned between 2-4:30pm the same day.

CPR + First Aid
July 7, 2021
July 24, 2021

 

August 2021

All classes below are from 9am-1pm + 15 minute in-person assessment assigned between 2-4:30pm the same day.

CPR + First Aid
August 4, 2021
August 21, 2021

 

September 2021

All classes below are from 9am-1pm + 15 minute in-person assessment assigned between 2-4:30pm the same day.

CPR + First Aid
September 8, 2021
September 25, 2021

 

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Meet Our Doctors

ROB ZESUT, D.O. | MEDICAL DIRECTOR

Dr. Zesut has been serving the local community for over ten years now. Having trained at Memorial Hermann Trauma Center in Downtown Houston he is well prepared to handle any type of emergency or urgent care condition. He has a Master Degree in Public Health and completed a fellowship in healthcare, both of which are a result of his passion for healthcare advocacy. Dr. Zesut worked with the Walt Disney Company before medical school and his experiences there to this day give him a calm and cheery disposition even in the toughest circumstances.

M. KRYSTINA HUYNH, D.O.

Dr. Krystina Huynh has been practicing emergency medicine in the Houston area since 2008. She began her studies at Baylor University and went on to attend Indiana University – Purdue University earning her MS in Biology. She continued her pursuit of becoming a physician by attending Des Moines University Osteopathic Medical Center and completed her Residency in Emergency Medicine at the Medical College of Georgia. She believes being a physician is about applying knowledge and skill set while delivering quality, compassionate care. Dr. Huynh is also a dedicated mother of two small children.

MICHAEL NOLEN, D.O.

Dr. Nolen is a native Houstonian and has been practicing emergency medicine for 19 years in both hospital and free standing emergency departments.  Dr. Nolen is a graduate of Texas A&M University and obtained his medical degree at UNT Health Science Center.  He is board certified in emergency medicine and completed his residency training with Oklahoma State University in Tulsa, Oklahoma.  His clinical training and years of experience has prepared him for any medical problem that you might have.

CHRISTOPHER VALLE, M.D.

Originally from Boston, Dr. Christopher Valle graduated from the University of Maryland School of Medicine back in 2001. Formerly, he was on the faculty of the Baylor College of Medicine as an attending physician at Ben Taub Hospital, gaining experience in emergency medicine at one of Houston’s two Level 1 trauma centers. Dr. Valle is no stranger to freestanding ER’s, however. He served as a medical director at two such facilities for six years. Since 2013, Dr. Valle has enjoyed volunteering as a committee member for the Houston Live Stock and Rodeo Sports Medicine division. He is also an avid runner – completing the Boston Marathon twice and as well as multiple races at both Disney World and Disneyland. He enjoys traveling and attending concerts. Dr. Valle also speaks fluent Spanish.

Pediatrics

For children or the young at heart, our Cypress location features a soothing underwater themed pediatric room.

Remembering Ronald Diaz

 We are devastated and saddened to announce that we lost another irreplaceable member of our America’s ER family.

Ronald (Ron) Diaz passed away on March 12, 2021. Ron has been with America’s ER Medical Centers since the beginning at our Magnolia & The Woodlands location and was actually our first Lead Rad Tech in the Radiology Department. After a little time away, he rejoined us as a Rad Tech at our Cypress location and diligently served the Cypress community ever since.

Ron was one of the friendliest and kindest people we have had the pleasure to know. His positivity and resilience, along with his unwavering, ever-present upbeat attitude was a testament to who he really was as a husband, father, grandfather, defender of our nation, and member of our team.

He will be dearly missed by his family, friends and the America’s ER family.

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