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Dunklau Gardens

Dunklau Gardens is more beautiful, comfortable, and better equipped to care for you than ever before. Short-term rehabilitation patients and long-term care residents can enjoy a completely new environment and greater privacy with the benefits of state-of-the-art technology.

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95-percent of cardiac arrest patients die before they can ever get to a hospital, but if more people knew CPR and used it, more lives could be saved.

The average heart beats 80 times a minute. And if it stops, every second counts.

Judy Hanson found that out on what she calls, “a regular day.” She and her husband Rick were calling it a night after a night out.

Judy said, “We had gone out with some friends and everything seemed fine and went upstairs to go to bed. That’s when their typical day took an unexpected turn.

“He went downstairs and came back up, got to the door of the bedroom and just fell over," Judy said, “flat on his face. We took one look at him and knew something was drastically wrong."

She and her son immediately called 911, performed CPR and waited for medics.

Rick had a sudden cardiac arrest. CPR saved his life.