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Elk County OES Announces Life-Saving Initiative


Elk County Office of Emergency Services is pleased to announce it’s new partnership with PulsePoint. PulsePoint will embower everyday citizens with tools needed to save lives within their community. Phase 1 of the PulsePoint implementation tasks our office will building a database of AEDs located within the county.

The success of this program relies on the citizens of the county as the database is built by crowd-sourcing. That is, no one knows the county better than those who live here. We ask you, if you know the location of an AED please visit our AED Registration to submit your AED.

Illustrated below is a simplified flow of how the process works.

Stay tuned for more exciting updates in the future as we getting close to a full implementation of PulsePoint!

For your convenience you also download the PulsePoint app available for both iOS and Android.

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Register AED

Citizens register their AEDs or AEDs they notice within the community using the "Register AED" tool below.

AED Verification

A staff member of our office will verify the AEDs location and functionality.

Save Lives

AEDs are stored within the PulsePoint database and will soon be used Emergency Telecommunicators to direct those in need of an AED of their location.

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