Automated External Defibrillator (AED) locations

Publically accessible Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) help save lives.

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About

An Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is a portable electronic device for treatment of life-threatening instances of cardiac arrest.

The AED assesses a patient’s medical situation and then delivers a measured electrical shock to restore the normal effective cardiac rhythm, if required.

AEDs are designed to be easy to use for the inexperienced / general public.

For more information and to find out how to use an AED, visit: Australian First Aid: AED

 

AED’s at Council facilities

The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters is committed to the health and safety of its staff and the users of its facilities and provides AEDs at many of its facilities including:

The Council is also investigating the installation of 24/7 publicly accessible AEDs to improve community awareness and access. 

For a list of publicly available defibrillators, visit: St John - Public Access Defibrillation

 

State AED register

A register of defibrillators is being set up in South Australia. The SA Ambulance Service wants businesses, community groups and individuals to report automated external defibrillators (AEDs) that are publicly accessible.

If you register your AED, it will allow emergency response agencies to direct a caller to the AED so that it can be used in a cardiac emergency until an ambulance arrives.

For more information and to register your AED, visit: SA Ambulance Service – AED Registration

 

Life-threatening situations

If you have a life-threatening or urgent situation dial Triple Zero (000) and ask for ambulance, fire or police depending on the type of emergency.

For a full list of emergency numbers visit: How to report an emergency - sa.gov.au and Crisis helplines - sa.gov.au