- To be purchased from the British Heart Foundation. - A total cost of £5,760 for the three units - £1,000 raised already and more promised - LBTH Parks have agreed to install and maintain the units with daily checks - The defibrillators will be placed in 3 locations in the park, points with the highest amount of footfall - The areas they are being installed are covered by CCTV and there will be signage stressing the importance of the devices - With no defibrillator’s currently in the park, the closest public use defibrillator is approx. 1 mile away. Given the importance of utilising a defibrillator within the crucial 3-5 minute period post-cardiac arrest, we believe the presence of a defibrillator in the park will save lives - The defibrillators will be registered with National Defibrillator Network as part of the bid to help save more lives from out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA).
What we'll deliver:
Why it's a great idea:
With 9 million visits a year the park is used for all sorts of sports & activities defibrillators will save lives
Steps to get it done:
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