In the event of a person suffering a cardiac arrest and not breathing we have only eight minutes to start administering CPR.
Community First Responder
Every Community First Responder has my utmost respect and when I myself joined this incredible set of men and women it was one of the proudest days of my life. As First Responders we are first on the scene after a 999 emergency call has been passed onto us. We are all volunteers but have been trained by and under continual training with the NHS. We carry our own defibrillator and full kit of medical supplies and collectively we save hundreds of lives across the UK.
In the event of a person suffering a cardiac arrest and not breathing we have only eight minutes to start administering CPR. The importance of having a Community First Responder covering everywhere in the UK and in particular in more rural locations cannot be over emphasised.
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