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Rescue Site AED

There are some days that start out just like any other but quickly becoming life defining moments. That’s what happened one day as I sat listening to a holocaust survivor share their testimony at a local church.
 
All of the sudden, a man in the audience collapsed from a heart attack. 
 
The room went into panic mode, his family frozen with fear not knowing how to respond. 
 
I however had learned CPR and my training immediately kick in. 
 
While I began assessing the man, a nurse ran to get the church’s AED. Working together seamlessly because of our training. 
 
Our fast response and the church’s onsite AED kept the man’s heart working until the ambulance arrived.
 
The man lived!
 
In the weeks after I began doing research on what I had just experienced. I realized that there are 475,000 people who die every year of sudden cardiac arrest.
 
I decided to make it my mission, my purpose to ensure that…

Every Home

Every place of worship

Every School

Every business

Every public space

Has an AED.

Because you also never know when one of your ordinary days will suddenly become a life defining moment. And when that day comes you want to be ready to save a life. Whether it’s your father, child, or a grandparent. You invest in an AED because you want to be able to say, 
“And they lived.” 

In one year alone, 475,000 Americans die from a cardiac arrest.

Globally, cardiac arrest claims more lives than colorectal cancer, breast cancer, prostate cancer, influenza, pneumonia, auto accidents, HIV, firearms, and house fires combined.

Rescue Site Services was founded to offer cost effective solutions for homes, businesses, and community groups. Statistics show that Immediate CPR can double or triple chances of survival after cardiac arrest. And for every minute that defibrillation is delayed, survival decreases by 7 to 10 percent.

If you’re looking for a defibrillator and you want inside guidance on the best systems for your home, business, or community group, give me a call.

My name is Kirk Mote. Thank you.

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