Rescue Heart in the News

Nurse Doesn't Miss a Beat

Angela Howell-Edgerly was a nurse at Hoag Hospital in January 2010 when the 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck Haiti. Trained to save people’s lives, she watched helplessly as the TV news reported that tens of thousands were dying a world away. She decided to do something about it.    More        PDF

Orange County Register|October 17, 2013|Antonie Boessenkool and Rescue Heart Foundation Donate AED to Haitian Orphanage and Rescue Heart Foundation recently partnered to donate an AED to Maison des Enfants de Dieu orphanage in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. provide the automated external defibrillator for Angela Howell-Edgerly, CEO of Rescue Heart, to bring along on a recent trip to the orphanage. More

PRWEB|September 12, 2013

Commentary: From Collecting Shoes to Saving Lives

Traveling to Third World countries wasn't new to me. I have seen poverty, homelessness and starvation, but nothing quite prepared me for the disaster-stricken areas of Haiti, where people were devoid of hope, dying of disease and starvation, and simply trying to survive. I left Port-au-Prince knowing that my work was unfinished. More

Daily Pilot|September 13, 2013|By Angela Howell

We donated an AED to Angela of the Rescue Heart Foundation!

Here at, when we decided to give away 100 AEDs this year we knew we were going to be touched by many of the stories we would hear. What we didn’t realize was just how touching these stories would be. There are many organizations and individuals who are making a difference and spreading awareness about Sudden Cardiac Arrest. Rescue Heart Foundation is one who stood out to us and touched our hearts. More

PRWEB|October 12th, 2012|Justin Darby

October 12th, 2012 · Justin Darby
October 12th, 2012 · Justin Darby

Raising Cardiac Care Awareness

The Rescue Heart Foundation presented an automated external defibrillator (AED) to the Boys & Girls Club of the Harbor Area on Friday. More

Daily Pilot|March 21, 2012|By Jamie Rowe

Putting Her Heart into It

Nurse at Hoag Hospital is selling beaded bracelets in effort to buy defibrillators for schools. The shock-delivering electronic device restarted her heart during surgery. More

Daily Pilot|August 13, 2009|By Brianna Bailey