Mission: Lifeline

For many reasons, victims of the most serious kind of heart attack don't get the right medical care soon enough.

  • They may not recognize the symptoms of a heart attack.
  • They may decide to drive themselves to the hospital instead of calling an ambulance.
  • They may be transported to a hospital that is not equipped to provide the procedures most likely to save their lives.

The goal of "Mission: Lifeline" is to make sure heart attack victims take the following life-saving steps:

  • Recognize the symptoms of a heart attack early.
  • Call 911 right away so that emergency care is coming to them.
  • Get to a hospital that can provide the kind of specialized care they need.

Together, we can spread the word about "Mission: Lifeline."

We are able to give a short talk (10-20 minutes) to a variety of community groups. No charge, of course!

To book a speaker, use our Speakers Bureau Request.

Thank you for helping us keep our community safe!