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Defibrillator

There is a defibrillator at East Gresford on the wall of Foodworks for use in a heart attack emergency. There is also a list of people trained to operate it.

What to do:

1. Ring 000
2. Keep the patient going using CPR and get a helper or two
3. Ring someone on the list below

Note: The defibrillator is only to be used if the patient has stopped breathing.
If there is a faint breath, keep CPR going.
CPR info – http://www.ambulance.nsw.gov.au/Community-Info/First-Aid/CPR.html

Defibrillator operators

Below are the names and telephone numbers of people who are trained to operate the defibrillator. The names are organised so that the closest person’s telephone number appears first.

Kelly Hojer
4938 9224 (shop) , 0409 929779 (mob)

Sue Forbes
4938 9378 (post office) , 0428 389 378 (mob)

Daniel Cherry
4938 9204 (Stewart Everett Mitsubishi)

Jim George
4938 9559

Judy Evers
4938 9577

Stephen Moore
0411 406 522

Martin Addison
4938 9424

Carolyn Addison
4938 9424

Harvey Collingwood Boots
4938 9145

Lee Chapman
0423 226 421

Rob Thornton
4938 9566

Jennifer Gell
4938 9346

Juliet Osbourne
4931 5235

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