Heart Attack Care to Improve in Wyoming

Heart Attack Care to Improve in Wyoming
Heart Attack Care to Improve in Wyoming

The American Heart Association has announced that they will begin implementing Mission: Lifeline Wyoming, which is a community based approach to improving the system of care for heart attach patients. The $7.1 million statewide project is being funded in part by a $5.9 million grant from The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust. Wyoming Governor Matt Mead.

The three year initiative, managed by Wyoming based American Heart Association Staff, will be a collaborative effort involving hospitals, EMS providers and first responders.

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