With a goal to make Friedberg, Germany heart safe, HeartSine Authorized Distributor MedX5 has taken its message to the airwaves, where company representatives shared their success at making a local architect’s office heart safe.
For our German speaking visitors, watch the video to learn more about the “Friedberg herzsicher machen” (Make Friedberg Heart Safe) program.
December 1, 2014
For those of you who missed it, our Master Authorized Distributor in Canada, Rescue 7, appeared on Canada AM, Canada’s most watched national morning news magazine show, to demonstrate CPR and the use of our HeartSine defibrillators!
June 20, 2014
HeartSine Technologies, the Belfast-based innovator of defibrillator technology, has won a national business award from the British Private Equity & Venture Capital Association (BVCA).
Dymphna Donaghy, Chief Technical Officer of HeartSine Technologies, picked up the prize at the BVCA Management Team Awards, held last night in London.
Produced in partnership with Grant Thornton, the awards are an annual celebration of …
May 9, 2014
Simon Walker, aged 53, suddenly collapsed in a dentist waiting room in Mossley, Manchester, England.
Following several failed attempts at resuscitation, receptionist Charlotte Anderson-Hughes, suspected cardiac arrest and, using …
May 9, 2014
The Department for Education (DfE) in the United Kingdom has announced plans that would allow schools to purchase lifesaving defibrillators at a lower cost; a deal which will hopefully be in place for the beginning of the Autumn term.
The plans were welcomed by HeartSine Chief Executive, Declan O’Mahoney, who said:
“There is a …
April 2, 2014
A recent football tournament brought 70 children from eight schools together as a fundraiser to raise money to put defibrillators in schools. One lucky school, Ballymacrickett Primary School, won a samaritan PAD defibrillator on the day that was donated by Belfast-based HeartSine Technologies. With a …
February 26, 2014
The ‘Defibrillator Design Challenge’ is inviting designers to submit visual ideas to make the presence of defibrillators more visible to the public.
The competition, labelled ‘an amalgamation of public health and public art’, strives to make …
February 21, 2014
Wigan and Leigh College in Greater Manchester received a HeartSine Technologies defibrillator that had been donated by none other than the Tongan Rugby League team.
The players were based in Leigh during the Rugby League World Cup and donated …
February 12, 2014
A Norwegian smartphone app developer has donated a HeartSine defibrillator to a sports club in Stavanger, Norway, after he was awarded the lifesaving samaritan PAD 350P for his ground-breaking health and safety application.
Trond Hansen, owner and manager of Mellora, picked up the accolade of the country’s best ‘Work Environment Friendly Product’ for his …
November 12, 2013
In a recent speech in Northern Ireland, British Prime Minister David Cameron talks about being beaten to the White House by HeartSine: “…and you finally get to the inner sanctum of the White House. You really think you’ve made it; but, of course, I got there and realized a business from Northern Ireland had …