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Staff at Malcolm Sargent Primary School in Stamford learn how to save lives on training day




Rob Birkin from NHS England and Tim Cox, vice principal at Malcolm Sargent primary school, Stamford with teaching staff on a training day re the use of a defib machine EMN-161104-171830009
Rob Birkin from NHS England and Tim Cox, vice principal at Malcolm Sargent primary school, Stamford with teaching staff on a training day re the use of a defib machine EMN-161104-171830009

Staff from Malcolm Sargent Primary School have been trained on how to use the defibrillator that was bought for them by Stamford charity Dosh4Defibs.

Rob Birkin, from NHS England, visited the school on Monday, during a training day.

Anne Jolly, founder of SADS UK, said: “SADS UK is grateful to Danielle Vincent from Dosh4 Debibs, for all her hard work in fundraising and is pleased that Malcolm Sargent School will benefit from having a second defibrillator on the premises to restart the heart if there is a cardiac arrest on the premises.”



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