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Project ADAM Middle Tennessee

AEDs in schools save lives

Project ADAM (Automated Defibrillators in Adam’s Memory) aims to prevent sudden cardiac arrest in children and teens through education and life-saving programs. This hospital-based community outreach program is committed to making automated external defibrillators (AEDs) universally available to all children and adolescents. It also works toward eradicating sudden cardiac death in children through research, education, and prevention initiatives. Children’s Hospital and the Pediatric Heart Institute have committed to creating an affiliate program for the Middle Tennessee area. This program aligns with the overarching vision of Children’s Hospital to improve children’s health in Davidson and surrounding counties.

Contact

Angel Carter, BSN, R.N., NE-BC
Project ADAM Middle Tennessee Program Coordinator
615-343-4984
angel.carter@vumc.org

English Flack, M.D.
Assistant Professor, Pediatric Cardiology
Project ADAM Middle Tennessee Medical Director 
(615) 322-7447
english.c.flack@vumc.org

Donate to Project ADAM

Your donation will help educate and equip our community members to help children who are experiencing Sudden Cardiac Arrest. Thank you for making a difference.

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