Texas Education Agency (TEA) Still Offering Funding to Schools for Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs)

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The Texas Education Agency (TEA) is still accepting Automated External Defibrillator (AED) reimbursement requests from school districts, charter schools, and private schools. The TEA has extended the reimbursement date until April 15, 2009. This round of funding provides an additional opportunity for schools to meet the standards of state mandate, Senate Bill 7, which requires all campuses to have an AED available.

HeartSafe America (HSA) is national distributor for the top AED manufacturers and has implemented comprehensive AED programs in over 200 Texas school districts. With a knowledgeable staff, aggressive pricing, and a full range of AED services, HSA has partnered with numerous districts across the state including Laredo ISD, El Paso ISD, Socorro ISD, Plano ISD, Arlington ISD, Waco ISD, Harlingen ISD, Klein ISD, Katy ISD, Conroe ISD and Lubbock ISD, to name a few.

In addition to their large presence in the school market, HeartSafe America has also deployed turn-key programs for Fortune 500 companies, government entities, sporting arenas, churches, and many other public and private organizations.

For more information on reimbursement or complying with Senate bill #7, please contact Heartsafe America.

Heartsafe America, Inc.
sales (at) heartsafeam (dot) com


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