Resuscitation Choreography is a Collaborative Effort to Better Care for Cardiac Arrest Patients

The resuscitation choreography program was featured on Channel 8 news. Resuscitation Choreography is an organized and collaborative response to cardiac arrest patients using teamwork and designated roles throughout the resuscitation of the patient. Through a partnership with Aurora Fire Department and Rural Metro EMS, The Medical Center of Aurora staff and physicians are able to care for the cardiac arrest patient more efficiently with a systematic approach. Watch the TV clip below for more information on resuscitation choreography. The clip features Dr. Lisa Jo Floyd, The Medical Center of Aurora Emergency Department physician and Assistant Emergency Department Medical Director, and Dr. Gilbert Pineda, The Medical Center of Aurora Emergency Department Physician and EMS Medical Director.

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