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Project ADAM is a national, non-profit organization committed to saving lives through advocacy, education, preparedness and collaboration to prevent sudden cardiac death. Focused prevention training and education ensures schools and communities are not only equipped, but trained in prevention of sudden cardiac death.
Project ADAM began in 1999 after a series of sudden deaths among high school athletes in southeastern Wisconsin. Many of these deaths appear due to ventricular fibrillation, a condition in which the ventricles cannot pump blood into the body.
After Adam Lemel, a 17-year-old Whitefish Bay, WI, high school student collapsed and died while playing basketball, Adam's parents — Patty Lemel and Joe Lemel — along with David Ellis, a childhood friend of Adam's, collaborated with Children's Hospital of Wisconsin to create this program in Adam's memory.
In the following video, see how Project ADAM, a program of the Herma Heart Institute, is making a difference by ensuring the cardiac chain of survival is available to our schools and communities.
NATIONAL PROJECT ADAM AFFILIATES
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Children's Healthcare of Atlanta
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Children's Hospital Colorado
Children's Hospital of Philidelphia
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Sacred Heart Children's Hospital
East Tennessee Children's Hospital
CS Mott Children's Hospital
UC Davis Children's Hospital
Texas Children's Hospital
Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital Vanderbilt
Golisano Children's Hospital of Southwest Florida
KU Wichita Pediatrics