“The approach taken by Lucky2Bhere to encourage communities not only to provide community-based defibrillators but also to engage with training is lifesaving.” [Prof. Steve Leslie, Consultant Cardiologist at Raigmore Hospital].
Scottish Charity, Lucky2BHere has been celebrating the saving of three Highlands & Islands lives in just five days. Cherill Parry from Gairloch, Ian MacLeod from Inverness and John Burgis from Port of Ness on the Isle of Lewis each owe their lives to quick thinking members of the public, emergency life support training and the availability of a L2BH community device.
Lucky2Bhere is committed to saving lives through education. They provide communities with Emergency Life Support training before then placing a defibrillator. Their training provides the essential knowledge, confidence and skills required to act in any life-threatening emergency.
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