CPR training complements AED classes

AED's, or automated external defibrillators, have become standard equipment for first responses to cardiac emergencies in Door and Kewaunee county shopping centers, schools and churches.  The AED's can help resuscitate victims of cardiac failure while emergency medical technicians are responding.  The devices, however, are not making cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR, obsolete.  Liz Larson, Coordinator of the Sister Bay-Liberty Grove Fire Department First Aid and CPR Training Center, calls training for both CPR and AED-use a perfect combination.




The Sister Bay-Liberty Grove Fire Department has two upcoming AED and CPR training sessions set for November 18th and December 9th at the fire station on Mill Road in Sister Bay.  Registration information is available below.



To register call 920-854-4021 and leave a message or email

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