May 28, 2019
WHEN: Wed, May 29, 2019 at 11:00am
WHERE: City of Caldwell Municipal Pool - 502 Harrison St, Caldwell, ID 83605
WHO: Representatives from West Valley Medical Center, the city of Caldwell and Canyon County paramedics will be on hand for an AED training.
West Valley Medical Center is proud to donate an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) package to the city of Caldwell's Municipal Pool.
"AED's increase the survivability of sudden heart related conditions by providing quick emergency medical assistance. We believe having more on hand at public locations such as the municipal pool is critical and we are proud to partner with the city of Caldwell to make it happen," said Dr. Justin Sempsrott, emergency department medical director for West Valley.
Media are invited to the AED presentation event on Wed, May 29 at 11:00am at the Municipal Pool. Aside from city officials and West Valley staff, Canyon County paramedics will also be on hand to train the pool staff on how to use an AED.
The AED package is worth more than $2,000.
News coverage of the donation:
- West Valley Medical Center donates life-saving device to city pool
- West Valley Medical Center donates AED to Caldwell Municipal Pool
- Caldwell public pool gets defibrillator to aid in medical emergencies