HeartSine Technologies, Ltd.
HeartSine® was founded in 1998 to continue innovative development of advanced lifesaving products for the treatment of sudden cardiac arrest. The company invented the first mobile defibrillator in 1967 and changed the way the world delivered emergency care.
Arrhythmia Alliance is pleased to work with HeartSine as part of the Arrhythmia Alliance Defibs in Schools project.
Physio-Control designs and manufactures lifesaving tools for lifesaving teams in and out of the hospital.
The organisation is the world leader in the development, manufacture, sale and service of external defibrillator/monitors and emergency medical response products and services.
Physio-Control is proud to support the Arrhythmia Alliance Bernard Gallacher Defibrillator Campaign.
Using innovative, advanced technology with HeartSafe® Public Access Cabinets and Defibrillators, AED Locator provides communities with proven solutions to obtain AEDs (automated external defibrillators) in the quickest time possible should a sudden cardiac arrest occur.
Each cabinet placed is endorsed by Arrhythmia Alliance. Public-access defibrillators provide 24/7 access to emergency equipment within the community and are linked to the local ambulance service – for more information please email email@example.com.
Mrs Muamba’s Caribbean sauces
Mrs Muamba's Caribbean sauces team up with Arrhythmia Alliance to raise funds for Hearts & Goals
The following NHS Ambulance Services support our initiative:
Yorkshire Ambulance Service
North West Ambulance Service
West Midlands Ambulance Service
East Midlands Ambulance Service
London Ambulance Service
South Central Ambulance Service
South East Coast Ambulance Service
South Western Ambulance Service
Welsh Ambulance Service
Scottish Ambulance Service
Isle of Man Ambulance Service
States of Jersey Ambulance Service
Joe Humphries Memorial Trust
The Joe Humphries Memorial Trust
was set up in memory of Joe Humphries who tragically died of sudden cardiac arrest, aged just 14.
The Trust aims to help transform the lives of other young people by:
- Promoting research into, and awareness of, sudden unexpected death in young people.
- Promoting education and training for young people and those who live and work with young people, into how to react to unexpected life threatening situations.
- Inspiring young people to fulfil their potential and develop their talents.
The 'Low Budget Men' is a French music group led by Dr Claude Mariottini, in association with 20,000 Vies. The group performs charity concerts to place public-access defibrilliators along the French Riviera, and have placed more than 60 since 2008.
Set up in memory of 21-year-old Stephen who died after collapsing during a football match in July 2012. The Stephen Carey Fund aims to raise money to provide emergency first-aid training to grass roots football clubs in the area.
Player Protection is proud to be working with AA through the 2013/14 season as we continue to deliver the Player Protection Plan across the UK. Providing exclusive critical illness cover to professional footballers, rugby players and cricketers.
Hopey's Heart Foundation
If you would like your organisation to support our campaign to place public-access defibrillators, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.