South Miami Heart Center donates AEDs to Christ Fellowship Church

By Bethany Rundell….

Pictured (l-r) are South Miami Heart Center vice president Carol Biggs; cardiologist John Dylewski, MD; Chet England from Christ Fellowship Church; South Miami Hospital’s director of Respiratory Services Mikki Thompson, and Herbert Greene, MD, Christ Fellowship Church of Palmetto Bay and Baptist Health South Florida Board of Trustees member.

South Miami Heart Center recently donated the four automatic external defibrillators, or AEDs, to Christ Fellowship Church as part of its sudden cardiac arrest public awareness program that has placed nearly 530 of the lifesaving machines in schools, churches and non-profit organizations throughout Miami-Dade County and the Caribbean.

Christ Fellowship Church will use the AEDs at four of its campuses to ensure the safety of the congregants during worship services and church activities.

Sudden cardiac arrest happens when a malfunction of the heart’s electrical system causes the heart to stop beating. Automatic external defibrillators shock the heart back into rhythm and potentially save lives.


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