DPH: HEARTSafe Program

HEARTSafe Program


The Connecticut Department of Public Health, through its Heart Disease &Stroke Prevention Program, and Office of Emergency Medical Services (OEMS), in collaboration with the American Heart Association, aim to help Connecticut's cities and towns improve the chances that anyone suffering a sudden cardiac arrest will have the best possible chance for survival.

University of New Haven achieves HeartSAFE Workplace Designation!

{from left: P. Cappuccia, R. Hagen, S. Hotchkiss, R. Quagliani, C. Reed. }

Taking part in the HeartSAFE Workplace designation ceremony is Paula Cappuccia, Director of Health Services; Ryan M. Hagen, Director of UNH Campus Recreation; Steven Hotchkiss, OEMS; Ronald Quagliani, VP of Public Safety; Christopher Reed, Director of Safety, Training & Fire Marshal.

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For information pertaining to the prevention of heart disease and stroke, please visit our Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention Program Home Page

For more information contact:
Name: OEMS HEARTSafe Program
Email: dph.heartsafe@ct.gov
Voice: 860.509.7832 or 7813
Fax: 860.730.8286 or 860.707.1918

Content Last Modified on 5/23/2017 4:18:59 PM