Sudden Cardiac Arrest Survivor Donates Defibrillator to Grandson’s School after Defying the Odds at CasinoMarch 8, 2016
A Louisiana man who survived a sudden cardiac arrest at Boomtown Casino donates an automated external defibrillator (AED) to St. Rosalie School with HeartSine’s Forward Hearts program
James Stein defied all odds at a local casino last October when he survived a sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) that almost cost him his life.
Fortunately, luck …
Redlands Businesses to Benefit from AED Donated on Behalf of Man Saved at Anytime Fitness in RiversideJanuary 14, 2014
As a result of a recommendation by a responder who saved a man’s life using CPR and an Automated External Defibrillator (AED), the Flamingo Cocktail Bar in Redlands, as well as other nearby businesses, will have access to a HeartSine AED. The donation is part of HeartSine’s Forward Hearts program that enables a saved person or his/her responder to donate …
January 17, 2013
The County of Lambton, HeartSine, and Rescue 7 are partnering together to present a Public Access Defibrillator to a local high school in recognition of a life saved through the use of the device last fall. Read the original press release.
October 10, 2012
Last fall, longtime Bethlehem resident Lee “Butch” Martin suffered a heart attack while attending a Liberty High School football game to watch his granddaughter, Kaitlyn Marakovits, cheer for the Bethlehem Youth Raiders squad.
May 16, 2012
To celebrate and recognize life-saving events, HeartSine® has started the new Forward Hearts program which allows individuals or their families who have survived a sudden cardiac arrest event, to give a HeartSine donated samaritan® PAD 300P Public Access Defibrillator to the charity or organization of their choice.
The most recent donation given through …
April 4, 2012
The late American tennis player Eugene Scott once said: “Speed in tennis is a strange mixture of intuition, guesswork, footwork and hair-trigger reflexes.” For one man, it was this kind of agility from another player that saved his life.
Recently, Dr. Alan “Rico” Rich, a 72-year-old retired ophthalmologist, was ready for another day of tennis at Grasslands Golf and Country …