hidden Telegram & Gazette: Massachusetts dispatchers to receive CPR training under proposed state bill

Telegram & Gazette: Massachusetts dispatchers to receive CPR training under proposed state bill

A single piece of legislation, if passed, could save as many as 500 lives a year in Massachusetts, according to a UMass Memorial Medical Center doctor, reports the Telegram & Gazette in a story published on Tuesday. The Worcester-based newspaper interviewed Dr. Joseph Sabato, an emergency medicine physician and American Heart Association volunteer, who argued

hidden NBC10 Boston: Massachusetts 911 law could save hundreds of lives

NBC10 Boston: Massachusetts 911 law could save hundreds of lives

Rebecca Scott is alive today because of CPR. The Wellesley resident collapsed and went into cardiac arrest while playing tennis last year. Luckily, someone nearby by knew CPR and was able to keep Scott alive. Not everyone who goes into cardiac arrest in Massachusetts is as fortunate. That’s why the American Heart Association supports a

hidden CPR Saves Lives  – Charlie’s Story

CPR Saves Lives – Charlie’s Story

April 3, 2019 began like any other day for Charlie Nordoff. Little did he know that his life would change forever and he would be saved through CPR, thanks to the quick, life-saving actions of his colleagues. Charlie did not recognize that he was having a heart attack, nor did he recognize any symptoms of

hidden Santa Visits CPR Kiosk at BWI Airport to Teach LifeSaving Skill

Santa Visits CPR Kiosk at BWI Airport to Teach LifeSaving Skill

Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport is home to an American Heart Association Hands-Only CPR training kiosk, providing millions of passengers the opportunity to learn lifesaving Hands-Only CPR in about five minutes. The interactive kiosk, supported by the Amerigroup Foundation,  was visted by Santa and two of his helpers from the North Pole on Friday,