02/10/2015

Western Maine Chapter takes AEDs to Nicaragua

Four times the group has traveled to Nicaragua to deploy AEDs, train villagers and medical staff, and provide health care and food. A rewarding experience for all!

 

Coming December 2015

We will have an SCAA open meeting to all Chapters/Affiliates at ECCU on Tuesday December 8 during the day.

We would like to have 100 survivors to participate in a walk on December 10.  Please consider attending.

ECCU 2015

     


Contact Information

SCAA phone: 941-331-4333
 
The SCAA headquarters address is:
Suite 800
910 17th Street NW
Washington, DC 20006
 
NOTE, it is best to send email and regular mail directly to the intended recipient. 
For invoices, corporate documents, grants and administrative matters:
Phone: 202-441-5982
 
Regular Mail:  
Sudden Cardiac Arrest Association
Attn: Richard Brown, Executive Director
6842 Turnberry Isle Ct.
Lakewood Ranch, FL 34202
 
For Program Related Matters:
Phone: 508-838-6696
 
Regular Mail:
Sudden Cardiac Arrest Association
Attn: Robert Schriever, Vice President
392 High Street
North Attleboro, MA 02760
 
 
Website for fetal Long QT study called fetallqts.com.
 
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Scott Hetherington

It was Friday November 30. I was at work as a firefighter at Station #7. around 3:00 pm a call came in for a structure fire with possible victims inside. On the way we could see a large dark column of smoke coming up over the tree line. We knew this was no false alarm. I don't even remember getting off of the truck just being inside with lots of fire. The next memory I have is waking up in the E.R.

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December 7, 2015
9:00AM-1:00PM

ECCU Conference

San Diego, California


December 8, 2015
1:00-5:00PM

Chapter/Affiliate Meeting

San Diego, California


December 10, 2015
11:25AM-1:25PM

Survivor March

San Diego, California

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