Honduras Receives 4 AED's
Thank you to Medical Devices Inc. (Stuart Shulman and Stephen Shulman of Ann Arbor) for making a big difference for the Tela, Honduras community! Four new Automated External Defibrillators were given by Medical Devices Inc. to Hands to Honduras-Tela (non-profit Vermont-based humanitarian service group). Presentation was February 12, 2020 to the Tela Fire Department, Red Cross and Hospital (photo with H2HT volunteers Linda Gilbert and Charlie Kofman to Tela Fire Chief). With basically no AEDs, this is a significant improvement for this underserved area of Honduras. More information: lindaggilbertgmail.com
By Linda Gilbert on July 2, 2020.
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