Placing an AED in your Community

There are a significant number of Automated External Defibrillators available and they all work in same manner with easy to follow audio and visual prompts and instructions.

The Scottish Ambulance Service works with many AED's and cannot recommend which AED would be best for your community.
 
Displayed below is a list of companies we have been working with and represents some of the AED's available for purchase. Each contact can provide further information about the cost and features of each AED.
 
Laerdal
The Phillips FRx AED is compatible with Scottish Ambulance Service crew defibrillators and is used by our Community First Responders.
Please contact:
Martin Quinn at martin.quinn@laerdal.com for more information
www.laerdal.com
 
 
Physio - Control
We are placing LIFEPAK CR+ in sports venues at the moment in partnership with the Craig Hodgkinson Memorial Trust.
Please contact:
Bianca Daly at Bianca.daly@physio-control.com for more information
www.physio-control.com
 
 
Zoll
Zoll AED Plus; nominated supplier through the British Heart Foundation part funded Defibrillator initiative.
Please contact:
LWestcott@zoll.com or gmccarry@zoll.comfor more information
www.zollaed.co.uk
 
 
I-PAD
All ASDA stores in the UK are about to purchase and place these AEDs in their stores.
www.ipad-aed.com

We work with the following charities which can help with funding or get you the AED at cost price.

The Craig Hodgkinson Trust – contact details johnanddihodge@btinternet.com 
 
SADs UK –  sadsuk.org.uk       
 
British Heart  Foundation – www.bhf.org.uk  

Download 'A Guide to Automated External Defibrillators' by Resuscitation Council (UK) and the British Heart Foundation.

Remember if you purchase an AED to register it with the Scottish Ambulance Service.