Community Heart & Vascular Donates Equipment to Warren Twp. Schools

INDIANAPOLIS — Pamela Hunt, vice president of Patient Care and chief nursing executive of Community Heart and Vascular Hospital, along with Joyce Irwin, president and CEO of Community Health Network Foundation, recently presented eight full-rescue automated external defibrillators (AEDs) and 120 student athlete echocardiograms to Warren Township Schools.
Warren Central High School, Creston Middle School, Raymond Park Middle School and Stonybrook Middle School each received two AEDs, along with 30 student athlete echocardiograms. The donation is valued at $20,600, and funding was made possible by Community Health Network Foundation, in recognition of Community Heart and Vascular Hospital’s decade of serving Central Indiana.
“On behalf of the Metropolitan School District of Warren Township and the Board of Education, we thank Community Health Network and Contributors for their gracious donation of eight AEDs and 120 echocardiograms. This donation is even more meaningful to Warren Township because two years ago an automated external defibrillator was used during an emergency to save the life of a staff member.  We know that working together we can save lives,” said Dr. Dena Cushenberry, Superintendent of Schools.