A1 Nursing Solutions Has Nothing But Happy Clients!

Our happy client list is too numerous to list, but here you can read a few stories about past training and presentations that A1 Nursing Solutions has provided.

AARP Maryland Needed Adult, Child, & Infant CPR Training

As a member of AARP Maryland, Nurse Patty was very happy to train and certify the AARP Maryland office leadership in Adult, Child, and Infant CPR. The American Association of Retired Persons works hard at the local level through events and local initiatives and at a national level providing valuable information and securing discounts for their members. 


This class’s members were incredibly motivated during this class. All 10 participants can now feel confident that they’ll be able to help family, friends, or even strangers in need until paramedics arrive. 

Playworks’ Coaches Needed CPR Training to Create Fun and Safe Environments in Maryland Schools

Playworks Mid-Atlantic found A1 Nursing Solutions while looking online for Pediatric CPR & First Aid Training. Playworks helps schools create joyful recess and playtimes which promote a better overall school experience. In many cases, a Playworks coach leads the kids in inclusive games during their recess time. 


Nurse Patty proudly enabled these coaches to provide a safe play environment through hands-on CPR and first aid training. All 20 of the training participants left the training equipped to handle anything that comes their way on the playground. 

"We are so grateful to have been able to partner with A1 Nursing Solutions for multiple trainings. Patty and her team are not only professional but make the workshops fun and accessible to all! Moving beyond textbook knowledge to being able to understand the content in a hands-on way was amazing!"

- Danielle Marshall, Playworks Mid-Atlantic Executive Director

The National Association for Black Veterans Wanted to Learn More about Hypertension

One of the National Association for Black Veterans (NABVETS) referred the organization to A1 Nursing Solutions when they decided to provide health presentations to their members. Nurse Patty provided an engaging presentation that allowed for audience participation. She received many questions from this predominantly retired military group, which she happily answered, and the attendees agreed that there should be more presentations on various topics. 

Passing On Information to a New Generation as a Guest Lecturer at the University of Maryland School of Nursing

Addressing a 60-person class of first-year nursing students, Nurse Patty was able to provide valuable insight from her 20 years of experience in the health industry. She enjoyed facilitating this class as they learned more about the communications side of being a registered nurse.