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SIM IN THE CITY
St. Louis Fire Department Simulation Center
training began in February 2014.
The Lifesaving Foundation has taken on its biggest challenge to date: a $500K Simulation Center for the St. Louis Fire Department. The Sim Centerwillbethebest ofitsclassforhands-onemergencymedical training,carriedoutinahighlycontrolledandrealisticenvironment. State ofthearttechnologywillbeemployedtocreatedynamicand challenging scenes and situations.Computerswill generatepatient assessment data andlife-like mannequinswillrespondwith appropriate changes invitalsigns,EKG tracings,respirations,palpablepulses,patientaudiblesand othersignsandsymptomsasimmediate“feedback” totheadvancedlifesupport treatmentsdelivered by thetrainees.
WhileCityfirstresponderswillgetfirstpriorityinschedulingtrainingsessions, the initiative will also have a far reaching effect as a real time training tool for other First Responders in the St. Louis metro region.Jump on board this exciting project for the St. Louis Metro region.
Donate today and be a part of our December 2014 celebration as we roll-out Phase 2!
St. Louis Fire Department Lifesaving Foundation – providing lifesaving technology, equipment, and training to St. Louis Fire Department 1st Responders
“Many thanks to our SIM Center Sponsors who believe in making St. Louis a safer place to live, work, and visit!”
The St. Louis Fire Department SIM Center is made possible by our generous donors:
Gertrude and William Bernoudy Foundation
J. Curtis and Robin Engler
Edwin and Dorothy Fryer
The Dana Brown Foundation, US Bank, Trustee
Allen P. and Josephine B. Green Foundation
Missouri Foundation for Health
The Fred Saigh Foundation
Rex and Jeanne Sinquefield
The Crawford Taylor Foundation
Wells Fargo Foundation
J. Curtis Engler
We're very pleased you are visiting our web site to learn more about the St. Louis Fire Department Lifesaving Foundation.
In January 1999, while playing squash, I suffered a sudden and severe ventricular fibrillation. The St. Louis Fire Department responded immediately to the 911 emergency call and I, fortunately, responded to their professional treatment. Today I am healthy and devoted to helping the firefighters and medics receive the clothing, equipment and training they need to do their jobs.
As President and Co-Founder of the Foundation, I urge you to consider supporting the St. Louis Fire Department through the Lifesaving Foundation by giving a generous gift.
The Automated External Defibrillators we provide help protect the lives and health of our professional lifesavers as they carry out their heroic duties.
Dennis M. Jenkerson
The St. Louis Fire Department is charged with protecting and providing for the safety of the citizens of the city of St. Louis.
To do this, it takes the dedication of many brave men and women. These responders deserve the best lifesaving equipment we can give them. They put their lives on the line for you.
The Department responds to an average of 140,000 calls each year. Each call is a chance to help someone, but frequently also turns out to be a very dangerous situation.
The St. Louis Fire Department Lifesaving Foundation is a way that individuals, corporations and organizations can contribute to helping the life-savers help you. Through the Foundation, new technology in safety gear can be purchased and educational opportunities can be provided which can mean the difference in life and death situations.
I would like to thank you for helping us protect the men and women of the Fire Department through your generous donations. These donations will allow us to better serve our public.