Find or Log AEDs in your area

If you believe a person has suffered a sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) and is unresponsive and not breathing, immediately ring either 999 or 112 and ask for the ambulance service. They will advise you on what action to take and either inform you where your nearest defibrillator is located or ask if you have a defibrillator. The operator will remain on the line and ask you a series of questions which should only take you a few moments and advise you on what steps to take to assist in emergency.

Do you know where your nearest lifesaving device is?

Is there already a public-access defibrillator in your community? Maybe there is one in your workplace or at your local leisure centre. If nobody knows about it, it's less likely to be used to save a life.

So please register your nearest defibrillator is HERE, or find out where your nearest AED is by clicking on the map below.

 


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+44 (0) 1789 867 501info@heartrhythmalliance.org

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