Saturday - Volunteer ABQ - PHS 2013 Registration
Saturday, June 22, 2013 from 6:30 AM to 12:00 PM (MDT)
Albuquerque, United States
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
1. The goal of Project Heart Start Day is to teach the public compression only CPR and what to do in an emergency. For the participant the program lasts only 40 minutes and is divided into watching a 12 minute video, written and produced by Dr. Barry Ramo and KOAT 7, followed by a 15 minute skills session.
2. On the day of the event, June 22, 2013 we are looking for volunteers to assist with set up of the health fair, pick up of coffee and burritos for 150 volunteers etc. Duties include unloading and setting up of tables and chairs, water stations etc. and clean up after the trainings. Some lifting is required.
3. We ask that you arrive no later than 6:30am at the UNM Johnson Center east entrance near Johnson field. A breakfast burrito, coffee and water will be provided for each volunteer. Please wear comfortable clothes and don't forget a hat and sunscreen.
For more information about Project Heart Start please visit www.projectheartstartnm.org . Registration deadline: June 17, 2013
We look forward to seeing you for the 2nd statewide NM Project Heart Start Day on June 22nd. Please be there no later than 6:30am.
Thanks for your support for this lifesaving event and we will see you 6/22/13
Barry W. Ramo, M.D., Project Heart Start, Founder
Dorothee Hutchinson, Project Heart Start Coordinator
Project Heart Start Planning Team
When & Where
New Mexico Heart Institute Foundation & Cloudcroft Fire Department
The New Mexico Heart Institute Foundation is dedicated to supporting education and research to enhance heart health for all New Mexicans.
Project Heart Start, a program of the foundation, is dedicated to saving the lives of victims of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest through education of all capable citizens to perform compression-only CPR and to encourage and facilitate the placement and proper utilization of automated external defibrillators (AED).
For more information visit www.projectheartstartnm.org