Project PulseAED Program
DONATE NOW to support our AED Program. All you have to do is Email Terry and she will gladly respond to you so that we may accept your donation.
Would you like to request and AED program? How about an AED Box? Email Terry Harris @ email@example.com.
Interested in the AED Program? You can download the application right here on our site.
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The Heart Hospital of New Mexico Foundation offers first responder technology to aid in the prevention of premature death in the event of sudden cardiac arrest. The AED units are about the size of a laptop computer. It provides an analysis of abnormalities in the heart’s rhythm and if required, can direct the user to deliver an electrical shock through the use of the AED, to the victim. This defibrillation (shock) may help the heart to establish an effective rhythm.
Seconds really do count in an emergency.
In the past year between 250,000-400,000* Americans died of sudden cardiac arrest, and nearly 50,000 of these deaths were preventable, if someone had started the Cardiac Chain of Survival, and if an Automated External Defibrillator had been available for immediate use at the times of emergency.
Through our program, qualifying businesses and organizations may apply with the Foundation for an AED unit. Through our partnership with the American Heart Association initial training will be provided for up to 8 employees/participants as part of the Heart Hospital of New Mexico Foundation’s AED Program.
RCI 1 unit
JCC 1 unit (One Live Saved)
Endorphin Power 1 unit
Roadrunner Food Bank 1 unit
NM Mounted Search and Rescue 1 unit
St. Theresa School 1 unit
Church of the Incarnation 1 unit
Edgewood Police Department 2 units
Promise Community Church 1 unit
Hope Christian School 1 unit
Milan Volunteer Fire Department 1 unit
Faith Lutheran Church 1 unit
Risen Savior Catholic Church 1 unit
Santa Fe County Administration 1 unit
Forest Meadow Baptist Church 1 unit
St. Johns United Methodist Church 1 unit
Menaul School 1 unit
Martinez Town 1 unit
City of Eunice 4 units
UNM’s EMS Consortium 2 units
New Mexico General services 1 unit
Torrance County 1 unit
San Juan Lodge 1 unit
St. John’s Baptist Church 1 unit
Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary 1 unit
New Mexico State Police- 100 vehicles redeployed w/batteries & pads