AME Church Healthcare ProductsWelcome to the AME Church Healthcare Shop provided by the International Health Commission of the AME Church - in collaboration with NorthStar AED, a Philips Premier Platinum Distributor since 1999. Use our online shop to conveniently purchase lifesaving AEDs and AED accessories at discounted prices from a knowledgeable and reliable provider with exceptional customer service.
Please note that you must create an account to view discounted pricing. Manufacturer policies prohibit us from displaying certain prices. Also note that this shop is for the exclusive use of those affiliated with the AME Church. If you are not affiliated with the AME Church, your order will not be processed on this website, and you should email firstname.lastname@example.org or call CHESS LLC at (800) 393-4168.
Philips HeartStart OnSite AED Church Package with SmartLink
Bring emergency preparedness and peace-of-mind to the congregation with the OnSite AED Church Package, provided by NorthStarAED.
The OnSite AED offers first-class emergency defibrillation in a package that is easy-to-use, easy-to-maintain, and easy-to-train.
- HeartStart OnSite AED with Slim Carry Case
- Wall-mounted Surface Cabinet with Alarm
- AED Wall Sign
- NorthStar Fast Response Kit
- AED Check Tags
- Pad & Battery Reminders
- SmartLink remote monitoring capable (subscription required)
"Take heed, keep on the alert; for you do not know when the appointed time will come"
- Mark 13:33
Then he said, 'do you have an AED on site?' and I said, 'yes!'
Rev. Laura Sundberg of St. James United Church remembers Dec. 23 like it was yesterday.
"Diane, my coworker, had been setting up the sanctuary with a member of the congregation to get ready for the Christmas Eve service," Sundberg recalls. "I don't have any memory of any of it," Diane Robinson, a minister on staff at St. James United Church said. "She said I kept saying I was dizzy. Dizzy, dizzy, dizzy. She suggested that we go into my office and just kind of sit and centre ourselves and relax." After a few moments, Robinson put her head down on her desk and passed out. Sundberg quickly sprung into action. "I felt her chest beating really, really fast," she said.
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His deal was, if it saves one life, it's well worth the money
When fellow members at his Blue Springs church began debating last year whether to buy one of those battery-powered devices that can save a heart attack victim's life, retired minister Howard Campbell pushed hard for it. "His deal was, if it saves one life, it's well worth the money," Campbell's wife, Jean, recalled Tuesday. "Little did he know he would be the one it would be used on." Now, seven weeks after church members actually saved Howard Campbell's life with the machine, he is spreading the message:
All churches, senior centers, restaurants and other places that serve older people should have an automated external defibrillator, better known as an AED.
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