San Diego Project Heart Beat is the City of San Diego’s Public Access Defibrillation/CPR Program managed by the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department operated jointly with Rural/Metro Ambulance.
The goal of San Diego’s Public Access Defibrillation (PAD) Program, San Diego Project Heart Beat, is to improve the survivability of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) victims in San Diego by placing AEDs everywhere a life can be saved by making AEDs as accessible as fire extinguishers in any and all public and private arenas including:
- City and County Facilities
- Tourist Attractions & Facilities
- Healthcare Facilities
- Educational Facilities
San Diego Project Heart Beat (SDPHB) offers every element needed to establish one of these life-saving on site programs easily, affordably and successfully. We offer the communities of the San Diego region what we feel is the highest end quality AED at the most reasonable price. Through our American Heart Association Training Center we offer certification courses in CPR/AED and First Aid. Our Program Management services assist with the compliance requirements for the use and placement of AEDs in any venue. SDPHB is recognized as one of the nation’s leaders in Early Access Defibrillation programs for its structural organization and its success.