Cardiac arrest is a leading cause of death in the United States. CPR is an important skill that improves the survival after a cardiac arrest. Only 25% of cardiac arrest victims receive CPR. If a cardiac arrest victim receives CPR their chance of survival increases 2-3 fold. The national survival rate for cardiac arrest is 8%. In Louisville, KY we estimate the survival rate from cardiac arrest at 6-14%. Yet, some communities in our country have survival rates of 50%.