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Bringing the Training to You

Community Heart Watch is proud to offer its CPR and AED Mobile Training Unit for community engagement and education. This resource primarily serves Fairfield, Hocking and Perry counties.

Our 14′ fully equipped trailer is a is fast, fun and free tool used to increase awareness about sudden cardiac arrest and provide lifesaving education to individuals of all ages.

Participants will learn how to recognize and respond to cardiac emergencies, including how perform hands-only CPR from trained and qualified professionals.

Look for the Community Heart Watch Mobile Training Unit at fairs, festivals and community events throughout the year!


Restart the heart. Save a life.

Anyone can be a hero. 


Community education made possible by volunteers.
Interested in joining our mission? Click here. 

A Year in Review ...

In its first two years of operation, the CHW Mobile Training Unit attended 53 events and trained 4,063 people across three counties! By making training accessible to those in rural areas as well as city centers, more people are aware and prepared to save a life from cardiac arrest.


Come See Us!

  • May 3-4 – Perry County Home & Garden Show
  • May 11 – YMCA Healthy Kids
  • May 18 – Kids & Cops
  • June 21 – United Way Day of Action

Share Your Suggestions

You can expect to find this resource at community events in Fairfield and surrounding counties. If you think the Mobile CPR Training Unit would be a good fit for an upcoming event, let us know!

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If this event is running for several days, please include all dates for greatest availability.
If you are the organizer of this event, or if you have the organizer's contact information, please share. If you do not have this information, we'll do our best to get in touch with the appropriate parties.

Thank You to Our Sponsors

“This mobile training unit will be an invaluable asset to the community for years to come,” said Matt Wideman, executive vice president of Fairfield Federal Savings & Loan and Business Champion of Community Heart Watch. “We are grateful for the support of our sponsors, and their recognition of the importance of making our community more heart safe.”

Individual Contributors: 


  • Drs. John and Julie Lazarus

  • John and Mary Snider

  • Matt and Amy Wideman

  • Deserae Belcher

  • Tina Swann

  • Rich Warren

  • Teri Watson

Making an Impact

The Community Heart Watch Mobile CPR Training Unit is now available in addition to the Violet Township Mobile CPR Training Unit. Together, these innovative approaches to training are making a difference in communities across central and southeastern Ohio.

Community Heart Watch Unveils Mobile CPR and AED Training Unit

Community Heart Watch is proud to announce that its new CPR and AED mobile training unit will begin serving Fairfield, Hocking and Perry counties beginning this spring. The mobile training unit is a 14’ trailer equipped with CPR manikins and AED training devices. Throughout the year, Community Heart Watch members will bring the unit to various community events to provide hands-on training for CPR and AED use.

Lancaster Teen Recognized by Lancaster Fire Department, FMC for Heroic Actions

The Lancaster Fire Department, Fairfield Medical Center and FMC Community Heart Watch came together during Festival Fair Day on July 24 to recognize a local teenager whose quick action helped save the life of his grandmother.

State Highway Patrol Trooper Honored by Community Heart Watch for Lifesaving Intervention

A State Highway Patrol Trooper was posthumously honored with a Great Save Award from Community Heart Watch after he helped save the life of a person who suffered cardiac arrest while driving.

Volunteer to Help

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