Queen's Heart Safe Program
Queen of the Valley Medical Center partnered with The Via Foundation to create the Queen’s Heart Safe Program in an effort to help increase the survival rate from sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) in Napa County.
The Queen’s Heart Safe Program is a collaboration between several agencies, with goals to place automated external defibrillators (AEDs), teach CPR, and offer long-term program management solutions to businesses, organizations, and schools throughout the county.
Campus Heart Program
Individual schools and school districts that are interested in having a comprehensive, ongoing AED and CPR program can apply for The Via Foundation’s Campus Heart Program.
Heart Safe Program
The Via Foundation can manage your Heart Safe Community Program and help you become a Heart Safe Community thanks to funding from local healthcare organizations, grants, and donations. The Via Foundation can manage your Heart Safe Community Program and help you become a Heart Safe Community.
PTA Campus Heart Program
It is estimated that 1 in 500 school-age children have an undetected heart condition that could lead to SCA. Students, faculty, parents, and visitors participate in activities that take place daily on a school campus. Having an AED on campus provides access to early defibrillation for 20% of our population.
We handle all compliance elements of the AED program and offer all California schools a special discounted price on the AED package. We make it easy to have a Heart Safe Campus!