Sudden Cardiac Arrest can happen to anyone — even our children. The Bates-Diop family was gracious enough to share their story of survival. Kai Bates-Diop, a 16-year old athlete at University High School, had a life-threatening incident in which his
Thank you to our attendees, donors, and supportive community for making
our Stayin’ Alive Defibrillator Drive the most successful event to date —
raising over $40,000 to save lives in our community.
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It’s shockingly simple to restart a heart…
with an Automated External Defibrillator (AED). But AEDs don’t work if we can’t find them. When seconds count – locating the nearest AED can be a matter of life and death.
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- Tuesday, December 19, 2017
Illinois Heart & Lung Foundation News
We had yet another successful Stayin’ Alive Defibrillator Drive on Saturday August 26th! An evening of fun, dinner, and donations enabled us to meet our fundraising goal! We are so appreciative of all those who attended the event, generously donated items
Recently there have been several stories of high-profile celebrities understanding the importance of CPR/AED training. Most notably, Bob Harper, the well-known fitness trainer, suffered a cardiac arrest while working out at a gym in February. Luckily a physician was in
Heartland Community College Appreciates our Efforts. See below! Heartland Community College has a new automated external defibrillator (AED) thanks to a donation from the Illinois Heart & Lung Foundation (IHLF). The defibrillator was delivered on Thursday, June 29 and will
We gratefully thank our generous sponsors:
The Illinois Heart & Lung Foundation