News


February 3, 2020

In honor of AmericanHeartMonth, students of Allen Elementary School in Ann Arbor, Michigan learned hands-only CPR.

Certified 2018-2019 Washtenaw county MI HEARTSafe schools

Ann Arbor School District

  • Angell Elementary
  • Burns Park Elementary
  • Clague Middle School
  • Forsythe Middle School
  • Logan Elementary School
  • Wines Elementary School
  • Christian Montessori School of Ann Arbor

Chelsea School District

  • Chelsea High School
  • Beach Middle School
  • North Creek Elementary School
  • South Meadows Elementary

The following Washtenaw county schools renewed certifications as MI HEARTSafe schools.

  • Huron High School
  • Pioneer High School
  • Skyline High School
  • Greenhill School

In Livingston county, the schools listed below are already certified as MI HEARTSafe Schools.

  • Hawkins Elementary
  • Scranton Middle School
  • Spencer Elementary
  • Maltby Intermediate School
  • Hornung Elementary
  • Farms Intermediate School
  • Brighton High School
  • Scranton Middle School
  • Creekside Elementary School
  • Lakes Elementary School
  • Hartland Middle School at Ore Creek
  • Round Elementary Schooi
  • Village Elementary School

Next year’s application will open in January 2020. If you are interested in attending a free educational workshop to learn how to coordinate the program in your school, register for the December event here. For complete program information, please view the MI HEARTSafe School program website.

June 24, 2019

The LHS for OHCA Learning Community is a key partner in the University of Michigan's 'M-RISE' Research Program, which was selected as an American Heart Association Strategically Focused Research Network.

Michigan Health Lab Blog: "'M-RISE' Research Program Aims to Prevent Brain Damage Caused by Cardiac Arrest"

American Heart Association Program News: "More than $14 million awarded for new research on arrhythmias and sudden cardiac arrest"

Oakland University: "OUWB, Michigan Medicine team on research to prevent brain damage caused by cardiac arrest"

Institute for Healthcare Policy & Innovation News: "'M-RISE' research program aims to prevent brain damage caused by cardiac arrest"