EVERY LIFE IS PRECIOUS

In 2005, the tragic loss of Steve Gootter, a young husband and father, prompted family and friends to raise public awareness about a silent killer–Sudden Cardiac Death.

BE A LIFESAVER PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT

This video advocates visiting the website Gootter.org to learn Chest Compression Only CPR and how it is being used to save victims of Sudden Cardiac Arrest.

GOVERNOR DOUG DUCEY’S MESSAGE

Governor Doug Ducey speaks about The Gootter Foundation and the work they have done to provide the community with over 200 AED’s.

RICH RODRIGUEZ PSA

UA basketball coach Rich Rodriguez’s PSA for The Gootter Foundation.

GOOTTER FOUNDATION 2014 PSA WITH CHANNING FRYE

View the 2014 Steven M Gootter Foundation PSA featuring Channing Frye explaining chest compression only CPR.

LEARN CPR

View this public service announcement featuring Erika Yee, a 16 year old girl, who saved a classmate, Chris Miller, with chest compression only CPR.

BE A LIFESAVER TRAINING VIDEO

Erika Yee (a 16 year old girl) saved a classmate, Chris Miller, with chest compression only CPR. He survived because of her heroic efforts and her training. Because she knew what to do when she recognized the signs of Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) — she was able to save this young man.

CHEST COMPRESSION ONLY TRAINING BY STEVE KERR

View Chest Compression Only CPR Training by Steve Kerr and learn how you can possibly prevent sudden cardiac death.

SUDDEN CARDIAC EVENT SURVIVOR STORIES

Hear stories from sudden cardiac arrest survivors.

GOOTTER GRAND SLAM 2011

View footage from the 2011 Gootter Grand Slam featuring tennis greats Mats Wilander and Mikael Pernfors (courtesy of Tim Brown Photos).

CONTINUOUS CHEST COMPRESSION CPR

Be a lifesaver; not a bystander. Learn Continuous Chest Compression CPR from Gordon A. Ewy, MD, and Karl Kern, MD, the physician researchers who developed this new approach to CPR.

DEFIBRILLATOR DISTRIBUTION PROGRAM

View the Arizona Public Media segment on Gootter Foundation
donation of defibrillators to Southern Arizona high schools – September 2009.