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CPR-AED Program and Information

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St. George Fire Department

The fire department holds regular cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillators (AED) certification courses for city employees and the public.  Hundreds of people are taught and certified in life-saving skills each year through the department’s American Safety & Health Institute training center.  These classes include instruction on chest compressions, rescue breathing with a barrier device, airway obstruction, and proper use of an AED. 

To inquire about the CPR/AED courses, please contact us using the link below and we will reach out to you.





Automated External Defibrillators (AED)

Automated External Defibrillators are a critical tool in saving lives during sudden cardiac arrest. Studies have proven that a victim has nearly a 70% chance of surviving if they can be defibrillated within the first few minutes of going into cardiac arrest. 

Most golf courses and recreation sites throughout the city have AEDs available. 

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For more information contact:
City of St. George Fire Department
Phone: 435.627.4150  
The City of St. George it currently updating the AED (Automated External Defibrillator) 
registry for our response area to better care for victims in cardiac arrest who may need 
CPR and AED therapy. This registry is used by 911 dispatchers to direct on-site callers
 to AED locations. Following State Health code 26-8b-301 all AED units shall be 
recorded with the emergency local dispatch center. 
Simply fill this form below: