March 19, 2019

EHS Interactive AED Map

The EHS AED map is provided to inform Nova Scotians as to the prevalence and incidence of AEDs (public and MFR) using an interactive cartographic mapping solution.  The EHS AED map is not intended for clinical and/or administrative applications.  The primary purposes of the map are for public awareness, in planning and preparation for the potential of a cardiac arrest, and increasing the availability of AEDs in our communities.  It is not intended to be relied upon for the purposes of emergency response or ongoing administration of AED programs.  Use of the map is entirely at the risk of the user.  Information shown on the map is provided voluntarily by AED owners.  While efforts have been made to ensure the information provided is accurately shown on the map, EHS do not  guarantee: [1] that an AED is still located at the civic location shown; [2] that the AED at a location shown is readily available for emergency response; and/or [3] that an AED at any particular location is functional.  No representation is intended that an AED is for public use outside of where the AED is located and any access to or use of an AED may require approval from the owner or their designate. To register your AED for administrative and potential clinical application please contact the EHS AED Registry Program Coordinator at EHSAEDinfo@emci.ca

The EHS AED map works best in Microsoft IE 11, Microsoft Edge, Firefox and Chrome from a desktop. The current version of the EHS AED map is not designed for mobile devices

Once you have read the disclaimer above and agree to the terms of use of the EHS AED map, please click here.