Pinnacle Athletic Campus has successfully managed multiple medical emergencies at its facilities with the help of the Comprehensive Mobilize Rescue System.
Here's the story of how one of those medical emergencies unfolded:
"A couple of months ago, a guy was walking (around the track) and all of a sudden he just passed out," said Chris Culver, Director of Baseball and Softball at Pinnacle Athletic Campus. "We didn't know what was going on... so we grabbed the Mobilize unit and we ran over."
Sharon Cardarelli, the Director of Pinnacle Athletic Campus, had recently installed the Comprehensive Mobilize Rescue System to protect the visitors at the facility since she believes that safety is a key concern for anyone who works with children. Working together, Culver and Cardarelli followed the prompts of the Mobilize Rescue System to assess the emergency.
"(The Mobilize Rescue System) told me he was having a heart attack. If you don't see that all the time, you don't know what a heart attack is," said Cardarelli. "It could be a seizure, it could be anything."
Despite the stressful situation, the Mobilize Rescue System helped Cardarelli and Culver stay calm so that they could provide quality care and monitor the medical emergency until the professional first responders arrived. Thanks to the incredible response by Culver, Cardarelli, and the eventual arrival of medical professionals - a life was saved that day.
"The Mobilize unit definitely gave me courage to be able to do what we had to do, in order to help someone that was really in need," said Culver.