ZOLL AED 3 Bonus Package!
Does your organization have a defibrillator (an AED)?
Sudden Cardiac Arrests (SCA) do happen everywhere!
If your school or sporting club, youth camp or other workplace location does not have an AED, or maybe it's time to upgrade the old outdated model you have, take a look at what is on offer from the Defibshop. We look after your AED needs and requirements throughout Australia. We don't just simply sell AEDs, but we support you all the way for the lifetime of the unit. And, when a SCA does strike at your location, we'll be there to help you straight after the event to discus how it went and to assist with making sure the unit is ready to respond again, and we'll compile a clinical report for the hospital the patient is taken to! That's our commitment to you when you partner with the Defibshop for your AED program!
Click on the link now to send your details and we'll call to discuss your needs and help you on your way to making sure you are prepared. Or, cal our national office on 1300 729 575 at anytime (including weekends) to chat with one of our team about how we can help. It's our commitment to being there for you when you nee assistance and advice that simply makes us Australia's No: 1 Defibrillator store!
Carpet Hughes GAICD
Registered Intensive Care Paramedic
Carpet Hughes is an Intensive Care Paramedic* with over thirty years of paramedicine experience, including responding to many Sudden Cardiac Arrest patients. Having patients responding to defibrillation and sitting up talking by the time they were transported to hospital is where the passion and drive for the Defibshop comes from! Currently, Carpet fulfils the roles Chairman of the Ambulance Provident Fund and a director of the Australasian College of Paramedicine (NSW Branch). Carpet has previously held the roles of Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Australian and New Zealand College of Paramedicine, and Secretary of the Australian Resuscitation Council NSW (ARC NSW) Branch.
*The term Paramedic is now a protected title and a registered profession under APRHA (Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency). Any claim to be a paramedic by an unregistered person is a criminal offence punishable under Cth law.