St. Mary Medical Center donates defibrillator to Hobart Little League

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Published on July 09, 2014 with No Comments

Members of the Hobart Little League accept the donation of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) from St. Mary Medical Center. Pictured in the back row are Robert Boby, RN, manager, EMS Services at St. Mary Medical Center; Judy Zormier; Rick Zormier, president, Hobart Little League; Shawn Click, All-Star Manager; and Janice Ryba, CEO, St. Mary Medical Center. Pictured in the front row are Maverick Zormier; Kaidin Click and Durgon Click.

St. Mary Medical Center recently donated an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) to members of the Hobart Little League.

An AED is a portable electronic device about the size of a small lunch box that checks the heart rhythm. During a cardiac emergency, it can audibly prompt and deliver an electric shock that will disrupt or stop the heart’s irregular rhythmic electrical activity. The shock will give the heart an opportunity to re-establish an effective rhythm on its own, providing precious minutes before EMS arrives.

“Fortunately, we haven’t had to use one of these at our facilities yet,” said Rick Zormier, president of the Hobart Little League. “But with 400 games a year and more than 300 kids in the league, there are thousands of parents, grandparents, coaches, and kids who now have added protection with the availability of this device.”

For more information, visit www.comhs.org/stmary


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