Emory Johns Creek donates defibrillator to Findley Oaks Elementary
Emory Community Relations Director Bev Miller, Principal John Anderson and Emory Johns Creek Hospital CEO Craig McCoy are happy to have a defibrillator at Findley Oaks Elementary School. SPECIAL. (click for larger version)
October 03, 2012
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. – Emory Johns Creek Hospital held its second annual 5K "Scrub Run" in May 2012, with proceeds to benefit health and wellness in the community.
One of the results was the donation of an automated external defibrillator to Findley Oaks Elementary School as part of the hospital's commitment to the community-wide Heart Ready Program.
Emory Johns Creek desired to partner with Findley Oaks because of the school's close proximity to the hospital, and it was chosen as a recipient.
Coordinating the award with the hospital was Findley Oaks parent Wendy Haye.
Findley Oaks Principal John Anderson thanked Emory Johns Creek Hospital CEO Craig McCoy for this significant contribution to the school's health, safety and welfare and the important tool to aid in firsthand emergency response.