AED Donated to Reedsburg County Club
Sudden cardiac arrest is among one of the top causes of death in the US. When someone is in cardiac arrest every second counts.
Reedsburg Area Medical Center Foundation was proud to recently donate three lifesaving AED’s to the Reedsburg Country Club with RAMC’s education team members providing training for Country Club staff. An AED (Automated External Defibrillator) is a portable, easy to use device that checks a person’s heart and delivers an electric shock if their heart has stopped beating normally. Having quick access to an AED has shown to increase a person’s odds of survival.
Pictured from left to right, Carol Lankey, RAMC Development secretary, Dale Turner, RAMC Chief Operating Officer, Allison Kouba, RN, RAMC Clinical Practice Specialist, Tammie Skrabel, RN, RAMC Clinical Practice Specialist and Luke Whitaker, General Manager, Reedsburg Country Club.