Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) Program County Facilities

Former Supervisor Judy Mikels recognized the need for automated external defibrillators in County facilities and directed EMS to convene a workgroup to develop such an AED program. The Board of Supervisors approved the allocation of tobacco settlement funding for an initial implementation phase of 50 AED units in County facilities. 

This component of the County’s AED Program is built on County of Ventura employee participation. Employees who volunteer to participate in the program will receive training in CPR, the use of AED equipment, and how to react to emergencies.


Employee volunteers may contact the AED Program Administrator at 981-5301 or via e-mail to the AED Program Coordinator for more information.

We encourage employees to volunteer for AED training and become a critical link in the Chain of Survival.

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