Plan to improve Horsham district cardiac arrest survival rates


People have been invited to a workshop aimed at creating a HeartSafe Horsham district.

The event by the charity, which provides UK communities defibrillators, will run from 10am to 1pm on Wednesday (October 21) at The Holbrook Club, North Heath Lane, Horsham.

A spokesman said the HeartSafe Horsham district would improve cardiac arrest survival rates by raising awareness of preventative hear health and emergency aid and encouraging community involvement.

The event’s speakers included Greg Charman, Horsham District Council Health and Wellbeing Manager; Liz Fisher, of Horsham and Mid Sussex Clinical Commissioning Group; Steve Morris, cardiac arrest survivor of Surivival Can Be Shocking Campaign; Reddictch HearSafe representatives and Marc Harrold, South East Coast Ambulance Service Responder Team Leader.


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