We are excited to share the news that the grand prize winners of the MyHeartMap Challenge have been announced. You can read all about it here.
If you are not familiar with the initiative read about it here.
Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) is the leading cause of death in the United States, accounting for an estimated 325,000 deaths each year. To put that in perspective SCA kills 1,000 people a day or 1 every 2 minutes.
Are you prepared to handle a sudden cardiac arrest? Does your workplace have an Automated External Defibrillator (AED)? Do you or your coworkers need to updated on your CPR? If it has been years since you took a class you may be pleasantly surprised with the changes that have simplified the process. Contact us today to join a class or have us come out to train a group at your organization (215) 886-9280 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
If you have not already seen this public service announcement you can check in our here. There will be others that will follow.
Considering CPR or First Aid training for your group or organization or just looking to join to a class? We can help! Contact us today 215-886-9280 or email@example.com.
We were proudly one of the sponsors of the Greater Glenside Patriotic Association’s 5k event this past weekend. You can see more about this event here.
We are also one of the sponsors of the Walk Them Home Fundraising Walk with Bethany Christian Services. Read more about this great event here. Bethany has a special place in our hearts because Jim Spaulding our President is currently adopting a baby girl from China through their organization.
In addition, we also provide monthly CPR and First Aid classes at Bethany’s Elkins Park location. Contact us for information on upcoming dates and times firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-886-9280.
This is just a sampling of where we have been over the last couple of weeks:
Will your business or organization be next? Take 3 minutes to watch this video then call us to schedule your next training (215) 886-9280.
The collapse of Fabrice Muamba, the Bolton Wanderers player, during a recent FA-Cup quarter-final, has stunned both fans and fellow footballers. You can read about it here .
Muamba is a 23 year old extremely fit young man, the last person you would expect to drop of cardiac arrest. The good news is Muamba survived and is making a miraculous recovery! Muamba was in cardiac arrest for 78 minutes. During that time CPR was performed and he was shocked with a defibrillator 15 times! We tell our students in each class that every situation is unique with its own set of unique circumstances. Do the best you can for as long you can. There are stories of people beating the odds every day.
As is often the case following tragic events like this a panel is being formed to study cardiac arrest cases in soccer.
For most organizations the best preparation is regular training in CPR and First Aid and having an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) publicly accessible. If you would like to learn more please contact us 215-886-9280 or email@example.com.
We have proudly collaborated with the good people at My Heart Map Challenge http://www.med.upenn.edu/myheartmap/sponsors.html. Today is the official launch of the contest. It’s not too late to sign up or register your team. There of lots of ways to get involved and the winning team wins $10,000!
For more details on this great project go here.
For details about the training and services Cardiac Care & Safety, Inc. provides call us 215-886-9280 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our YouTube channel is a great way to quickly learn about our company. There you will find our promotional video but you will also find a number of testimonials from a sampling of our customers.
Yet another great way to check us out is by visiting (and liking) our Facebook Fan Page. We try to update our page often with good information, news items and events we are planning.
In short, we are a safety training company. We provide the basics like CPR, AED and Basic First Aid training and sell and service the Zoll AED Plus. Routinely we hear from our students that our course was the best CPR or First Aid class they had ever taken. We have hundreds of stories from students that we have trained all over the region that have saved lives with the skills we taught them.
Training with us is fun and informative as well as time and cost efficient. Try us out and you’ll see what thousands of trained rescuers have already discovered about us. We are the best!
Great story about a boy using what he was taught to say his friends life.
By the far the most common stories we hear back from people we have trained involve the use of the Heimlich. We sometimes hear several accounts a week of people saving individuals that are choking. Hearing these stories is the most rewarding part of what we do and we love hearing them! Send us your stories and we will gladly publish them here.
Would you know what to do if someone needed your help? Have you been thinking about getting trained in CPR or First Aid but have been putting it off? Call us today to join a class or schedule one of your own. Maybe the next channel 6 ABC News report will be about you saving someones life!
Contact us at 215-886-9280 or using our Contact us page to send us an email. Visit us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/cardiaccareinc .
Here is an article that ran yesterday in the Erie Times-News. The article is about my late brother Kyle who died of sudden cardiac arrest 10 years ago. The article states that I began selling AED’s after my brother passed but I actually had already owned Cardiac Care & Safety, Inc. for 3 years when this happened. I already had a passion for this work but that passion was fueled after Kyle’s passing.
And here is another article from the same paper.