The Redmond Fire Department is pleased to team with the King County Fire Chiefs Association and Medic One Foundation to bring you PulsePoint, a free life-saving mobile app that notifies users when someone nearby is in cardiac arrest and needs immediate help.

PulsePoint is like an AMBER alert for sudden cardiac arrest victims. It uses location-based technology to alert community members to a sudden cardiac arrest in their immediate vicinity so they can get to the victim first and start hands-only CPR in those critical, life-saving minutes before first responders are able to arrive. In addition, the companion app, PulsePoint AED, allows users to report and update public AED (automatic external defibrillator) locations so that community members can find a nearby AED when a cardiac emergency occurs. King County 911 dispatchers will also be able to access and share these AED locations with 911 callers.

Please refer to the useful links menu below to download the apps, view the AED map, or find information on CPR/AED and first aid training.