- Organize training and instruction programs
- Establish and maintain guidelines for care
- Provide on-going medical supervision
Click here for more information on Early Defibrillation programs from WOHA.
Automatic External Defibrillators (AEDs) are devices for use in resuscitation of individuals who suffer a cardiac arrest. Because they are so easy to use, the American Heart Association, American College of Cardiology, and American Red Cross are recommending expanding the pool of potential users beyond traditional medical personnel. Today AEDs can be found in airports, train stations, malls and other public places throughout the America.
Every second counts in the event of a cardiac arrest and having an AED available in your office can save lives. The physicians at WOHA can provide your organization with the medical direction and supervision needed for the successful and cost effective implementation of an AED training program.
WOHA physicians provide the necessary medical oversight and actively work with Lifework, Inc. to provide yearly training, replacement supplies, and make program adjustments.
For more information on implementing a private or corporate Early Defibrillation Program, please contact WOHA at 202-463-6698.