Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and Fire Chief
John Miller are proud to introduce, Take Heart Orlando, a community-wide
Hands-Only CPR/AED initiative. This free 30-minute training, provided by
the Orlando Fire Department, is available to all City residents,
businesses and organizations. Take action and save lives by
registering your group for this lifesaving training.
What would you do?
Why Should I Learn Hands-Only CPR
In the United States, approximately
400,000 Sudden Cardiac Arrests (SCA) occur annually.
Sadly, 89% of SCA patients die, because
they don't receive immediate CPR from someone on scene.
When bystander CPR is initiated, the
patient's chance of survival is doubled or tripled.
70% of Americans feel helpless to act
during a Cardiac emergency because they don't know how to do CPR or
are afraid of hurting the victim.
Testimonial how CPR saves lives
Do You Have 30 Minutes to Save the Life of Someone
80% of SCA occur at home.
If you were called on to give CPR, you
will most likely be trying to save the life of someone you love.
A Message from the Medical
Hands-Only CPR/ AED Training Has Just 3 Easy Steps; If You See A Teen
or an Adult Suddenly Collapse
Call 911 immediately
Push hard and fast in the center of the
chest at a rate of at least 100 per minute.
AED, if available
Register today for your office
organization or family for Hands-Only CPR/AED training.