Lifenet Donates Cardiac Defibrillator to UofA at Texarkana


Lifenet of Texarkana recently made a donation to the University of Arkansas at Texarkana in the form of a CCT Critical Care Transport Unit Defibrillator valued at $25,000 for their E.M.S. Programs.

UofA Press Release:

LifeNet of Texarkana recently donated a Zoll M Series cardiac monitor/defibrillator to the University of Arkansas at Texarkana. The monitor is equipped with 12 lead, capnography, pulse oximetry, automatic blood pressure, and pacemaker capabilities with accessories. The equipment is valued at approximately $25,000.

Mark Wilcox, UAHT EMS Instructor, said, “I’d like to thank Jarrod Nall, Darren Higgs, David Baumgardner, and the whole LifeNet team for this generous donation. UAHT is dedicated to providing students with the best EMS instruction in the region and support such as this helps ensure that we meet that goal.”

UAHT offers three EMS programs:

  • Certificate of Proficiency-Emergency Medical Technician Basic
  • Technical Certificate in Paramedic
  • Associate of Applied Science in Paramedic

For more information about EMS Programs at UAHT or to enroll, call 870-777-5722.

Pictured left to right: Jarrod Nall, Clinical Manager at LifeNet in Texarkana, presents a Zoll M Series cardiac monitor/defibrillator to Mark Wilcox, EMS Instructor at U of A Texarkana.


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