CPR Simplicity offers a variety of services tailored to fit any location.
Services can be as simple as expiration date monitoring and registration, to complete medical oversight, or as extensive as helping your site with program implementation and management.
With over twenty years of pre-hospital emergency medicine experience as a Paramedic, Firefighter, and Navy Corpsman with the Marine Corps, David and his team of experts can bring you professional insight as well as quality continued support. David was also the acting program coordinator for PULSE (Pittsburgh United for Life-Saving Emergencies), which was a non profit program that had donated defibrillators and saw 76 lives saved prior to transitioning down in 2009. CPR Simplicity still works with the majority of the original PULSE sites and 107 lives to date have been saved by lay responders like you as of 2012.
David is an AED Specialist who is happy to share his expertise with you to assure that the community where you live can also become a “Heart Safe Community”.
AED Site Assessment/Consultation: $75.00
CPR Simplicity will send an experienced Paramedic/Firefighter to your location to assist in assessing how many AED’s would be needed to meet current ECC/AHA guidelines as well as the proper public access locations to place the device.
AED Prescription for AED Purchase: Free
CPR Simplicity will provide the medical prescription to purchase an AED free of charge to all locations that purchase an AED through us. AED’s are class III medical devices and require a prescription to be purchased.
EAP Development: $200.00
CPR Simplicity will assist you in developing an (EAP) Emergency Action Plan designed and implemented for your site specifically based on all current local and state requirements, including EMS notification and registration. It will include free guides to assist in keeping your site a Heart Safe Environment.
CPR Simplicity will provide three levels of Medical oversight/management:
1. Level One: $65.00 per year for the first unit and $25 per year for each additional unit on site. Level One includes basic AED registry and email notification of expirations. We will record and monitor all expirations dates of electrodes, batteries, and unit warranty with email or phone call reminders 30 days prior to expiration.
2. Level Two: $100.00 per year for the first unit and $25 per year for each additional unit on site. Level Two includes basic AED registry and email notification of expirations. We will record and monitor all expiration dates of electrodes, batteries, and unit warranty with email or phone call reminders 30 days prior to expiration. It will also include automatic mailing and invoicing of replacement supplies directly to the site coordinator. Also the free downloading of any AED usages with a copy of the AED use sent back to the site.
3. Level Three: $125.00 per year for the first unit and $25 per year for each additional unit on site. Level Three includes all items in Level One and Level Two but also includes the downloading of the devices upon usage and sending a copy to the site as well as the EMS or E.R. if requested. It will include any future software updates required to keep the AED’s up to date with all the current technology and ECCU guidelines at no extra charge. I will also assist the site with the process of contacting the manufacturer to handle any problems or service requirements with the unit.
Prices vary per class as specified in the Training section. CPR Simplicity will assist you in designing an ongoing training program that is tailored for your site specific and based on your needs including all local and state requirements. Various classes are offered including those that meet OSHA requirements.
Emergency Response Drills: $300.00 per drill.
CPR Simplicity will come to your site, set up and implement an emergency response drill designed to give your employees a real life situation involving a First Aid life threatening situation including CPR and the using of the AED to provide initial life support. The drill will end with a question and answer session with the lay responders involving a self critique and overall critique of the drill.