Emergency Care

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Videos

Survivor: Bennett Hart

A rare genetic condition caused Bennett Hart’s heart to stop three times between the ages of 8 and 15. Watch how this determined student athlete overcomes every obstacle with the support of his friends and family.

Survivor: Matt Cass

A normal routine changed direction when Matt Cass collapsed from a sudden cardiac arrest during his morning walk. Miraculously, after 80 minutes of continuous CPR and critical care, Matt regained his pulse and started breathing. Listen to his story.

Rescue on Mount Marmolada

As two experienced rock climbers scaled the vertical wall of Marmolada – the highest mountain of the Italian Dolomites – they knew something was amiss when the temperature dropped suddenly.

High Mountain Rescue

Battling high altitude and extreme conditions, mountain rescue teams need equipment tough enough to care for their patient during -- and after -- a long mountain descent.

Survivor: Rick Ahrens

When one of our own Team Members, Rick Ahrens, succumbed to cardiac arrest, his co-workers didn't hesitate to start CPR and apply an AED. This is his story. 

Survivor: John DeGraaf

When John suffered from a cardiac arrest at his “camp” in rural Vermont, the rescue squad needed a way to maintain CPR for the long journey to the hospital.  

Survivor: Nancy Olson

Whatcom County Medic One and PeaceHealth St. Joseph Medical Center caregivers worked together to save the life of sudden cardiac arrest victim, Nancy Olson.

Survivor: Sean Doyle

Sean Doyle recounts the story of his SCA and the events that saved his life.

Survivor: Bill Krueger

Former Major League Baseball player, William "Bill" Krueger, shares his sudden cardiac arrest survival story.

Survivor: Roger Hildwein

What started out as a productive workout turned critical after our own Staff Mechanical Engineer Roger Hildwein suffered a sudden cardiac arrest in our onsite gym.

Survivor: Carlos Miguel Tavares

An 18-year-old firefighter in Portugal is thankful for the team and the tools – from his own firehouse – that brought him back from sudden cardiac arrest.