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Nursing Leadership Group at St. Joseph Hospital teaches young athletes life-saving lessons

St. Joe teams with Metro Youth Sports at annual football jamboree

What: Registered nurses from St. Joseph Hospital’s Nursing Leadership Group and other hospital staff will teach hands-only CPR to hundreds of elementary and middle school student athletes as part of the annual football jamboree organized by Metro Youth Sports. Additionally, St. Joe will provide cold water and giveaways to student athletes.


When: 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 19, 2017
10 a.m., interview opportunity with a St. Joe representative
Media should look for the St. Joe blue tablecloth


Where: New Haven High School
1300 Green Road, New Haven, IN  46774


Why: St. Joe supports players, coaches, cheerleaders, spectators and their families by educating and training these young athletes on how they can potentially save a life through hands-only CPR. Opportunities like these reinforce the message that one person can make a difference in an emergency.

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