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The HeartRescue project is designed to improve how Sudden Cardiac Arrest is recognized, treated and measured in the United States. Its approach builds on decades of best practices at the bystander, prehospital and hospital level, combining them under one program in order to expand geographic reach. The SHARE Program (in conjunction with the University of Arizona) is proud to be one of the Heart Rescue Project's state partners.
The University of Arizona Sarver Heart Center
The U of A's Sarver Heart Center, under the leadership of Dr. Gordon Ewy, has been a pioneer in researching the efficacy of continuous chest compression CPR.
Bob Ramsey Community Services Foundation
The Bob Ramsey Community Services Foundation contributes to the improvement of EMS education and response through its donations of equipment (ambulances, AEDs, and more) to communities and educational institutions.
Pediatric and Young Adult Cardiac Arrest
- Anthony Bates Foundation
- Parent Heart Watch
- Project ADAM (Wisconsin) (Plans are underway to establish an Arizona affiliate.)
- Sudden Arrhythmia Death Syndromes (SADS)
- "You Can Save a Life at School" - Sudden Cardiac Arrest Foundation