What is HeartSafe
Maine HeartSafe Communities
is a collaboration between the Maine CDC/DHHS Cardiovascular Health Program (MCVHP)
and Maine Emergency Medical Services (MEMS). HeartSafe Communities strives to improve
state-wide cardiovascular health and disease outcomes through several program objectives,
including: improved emergency response for cardiovascular events, community cardiovascular
education (symptom recognition, call 911, CVD risk factors and prevention), increased
community CPR/AED training, and increased placement of public AEDs. As of Summer 2012, there are 64 individual EMS services designated, covering over 273 communities,
and more than 892,683 Maine residents!
Thank you for your interest in joining state-wide partners to improve cardiovascular
health in Maine!
If you have already registered, please enter your username
and password below. If you are new to the system and would like to get started on your HeartSafe
designation, click on “Create an account” to establish your unique
user id, and then use the worksheets to tell us about the communities that you serve
and highlight all of the great work that you are doing. We look forward to working
with you and to recognizing the excellent efforts that you are making to improve
cardiovascular health in Maine!
For a map of designated services and communities, and to view
the resources that are available to you as a designee, please visit the Maine HeartSafe
Not registered yet?
Forgot your username and/or
If you have forgotten your password, please contact Diane
to reset it.