The following Lehigh University buildings are equipped with AEDs:
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Alumni Memorial Building (27 Memorial Drive West) - Main Lobby
Christamas-Saucon Hall (14 East Packer Avenue) - Main Lobby
EWFM Computing Center (8B East Packer Avenue) - Level 1, Users Area
EWFM Library (8A East Packer Avenue) - Level 4 (ground floor), Information Commons Area
Facilities Services Annex (461 Webster St.) - Main Office
Gateway Building (3rd & New Streets) - Level 4, Near Restrooms
Grace Hall (39 University Drive) - Room 122 (unit home is inside office, but taken elsewhere for off-site events)
Health Center/Johnson Hall (36 University Drive) - Treatment Area
Lamberton Hall (690 Taylor Street)- Hawk's Nest Seating Area
Linderman Library (30 Library Drive) - 1st Floor, near Elevator
Mohler Lab (200 West Packer Avenue) - 3rd Floor Lobby, near Elevator
Packard Lab (19 Memorial Drive West) - 3rd Floor, near Dean's Office
Police Department* (321 East Packer Avenue) - Main Lobby (dept unit; not maintained by Lehigh EMS)
Rathbone Hall (63 University Drive) - 2nd Floor, near Restrooms / Office area
Rauch Business Center (621 Taylor Street) - 2nd Floor, near Common Grounds Cafe
STEPS Building (1 West Packer Avenue) - North Lobby
Taylor Gym* (641 Taylor Street) - Fitness Center (athletic dept unit; not maintained by Lehigh EMS)
Taylor Gym (641 Taylor Street) - 4th Floor Hallway, near Squash Court Entrance
University Center (29 Trembley Drive) - 2nd Floor, near Food Court
University Communications and Public Affairs (301 Broadway) - Level 4 near restrooms
Whitaker Lab (5 East Packer Avenue) - 3rd Floor, near Materials Science Dept Office
Williams Hall (101 Williams Drive) - 1st Floor, near Elevator
Zoellner Arts Center (420 East Packer Avenue) - 1st Floor, Main Lobby near House Phone
Ben Franklin TechVentures* (116 Research Drive) - Main Lobby (dept unit; not maintained by Lehigh EMS)
Building C (113 Research Drive) - FOUR AEDs - One AED in each of the three high-bays on the west walls, and one AED in the central commons area stairwell.
Iacocca Hall (111 Research Drive) - 2nd Floor, near Vending Machine Alcove
Advancement (125 Goodman Drive) - Main Lobby
Cundey Varsity House* (121 Goodman Drive) - Exercise Area (athletic dept unit; not maintained by Lehigh EMS)
Goodman Stadium House* (150 Goodman Drive) - Interior (athletic dept unit; not maintained by Lehigh EMS)
Rauch Field House* (123 Goodman Drive) - Administrative Office (athletic dept unit; not maintained by Lehigh EMS)
Saucon Village Day Care Center (5 Duh Drive) - Administrative Office
Stabler Arena (124 Goodman Drive) - Rear enterence near kitchen area
Ulrich Fields Complex* (151 Goodman Drive) - Interior (athletic dept unit; not maintained by Lehigh EMS)
*Indicates an AED neither installed nor maintained by Lehigh EMS. Information provided as a courtesy only.
For budgetary purposes, plan for a one-time expense of approximately $1,800 which includes the AED, mounting cabinet, signage and installation costs. Departments that co-occupy a building may want to consider partnering to share the cost. Ongoing maintenance, battery replacement, and pad replacement is centrally funded by the University AT NO COST to individual departments.
Each AED is wall-mounted inside an alarmed cabinet. An alarm will sound when the door is opened. This alarm serves several purposes including: deterring theft / vandalism, alerting bystanders to summon Lehigh Police / EMS, and alerting CPR/AED trained staff members to provide assistance. Staff members should immediately summon help whenever the alarm sounds.
A small sight-glass is located in the upper-right corner of the AED. This allows for inspection of the AED. You should observe a green light flashing every 10 seconds. This indicates that the AED is ready for use. The AED may also beep if a potential fault is detected. Contact the Lehigh Police if you hear a beeping noise and/or do not see the flashing light. Keep the AED in its normal location after notifying Lehigh Police.
In addition to the AED itself, a small red pouch contains response supplies including: a CPR mask, gloves, a razor, and absorbent cloth. LUEMS is responsible for care and maintenance of the AED units. This includes replacing the pads and batteries as prescribed.
In Memoriam of Mike Smitreski
Emergency Medical Services
4 Farrington Square
Bethlehem, PA 18015
Lehigh EMS is a state-licensed Quick Response Service. Basic Life Support services are provided 24/7 when classes are in session. All EMS crews are staffed by volunteer students, faculty, and/or staff.
Report an on-campus medical emergency by calling the Lehigh University Police Department at 610-758-4200. Off-campus emergencies should be reported by calling 911.
27 Memorial Drive West, Bethlehem, PA 18015