Orange County has become known to most of the world through the series, “The Real Housewives of Orange County.” Though the lavish lifestyle depicted in the series is somewhat true, there are is a lot more going on in Orange County than “catfights” about plastic surgery and ex-husbands. Orange County has no true center with regards to business or nightlife. It does have a large population, however, spread out all over the county, and a busy tourist industry. This means that rescue and emergency personnel have to be especially well-trained, as they are often dealing with a wide range of ages and a wide variety of ailments, in a wide variety of areas.
Luckily, Orange County is home to a number of excellent advanced cardiac life support training programs and pediatric emergency assessment, recognition, and stabilization classes. By offering a high level of emergency response training, Orange County can insure that both its native population, and the some 20 million tourists who flock to area attractions, such as Disneyland and Knott’s Berry Farm, can have a safe, fun, and “catfight-free” experience.