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Defibrillators in the City of Ryde

An Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is a life-saving device that uses an electric shock to help reset the heart. As sudden cardiac arrest is one of the leading causes of death in Australia, defibrillators are a vital tool. AEDs are automated devices, so first aid responders require little or no training in order to use them.

Council defibrillators

City of Ryde has defibrillators installed in Council buildings.

Building Address Location
Corporate Office Building 0, 3 Richardson Place, North Ryde Levels 1, 2 and 3
Customer Service Centre Ground Floor, 1 Pope St, Ryde 2112 Staff Area
Ryde Library Level 1, 1 Pope St, Ryde 2112 Returns Room
West Ryde Library 2 Graf Ave, West Ryde 2114 Front Desk Area
Eastwood Library Cnr Hillview Rd and West Pde, Eastwood 2122 Returns Room
North Ryde Library 201 Coxs Rd, North Ryde 2113 Staff Area
Gladesville Library 6 Pittwater Rd, Gladesville 2111 Front Desk Area
Operations Centre 1 Constitution Rd, Ryde 2112 First Aid Room, Ground Floor
Ryde Aquatic Leisure Centre 504 Victoria Rd, Ryde 2112 First Aid Room, Ground Floor and Reception Area
Council chambers Level 1A, 1 Pope St Ryde 2112 Staff Seating Area

Defibrillators in parks 

Sporting clubs are responsible for managing and maintaining defibrillators in parks.

St Johns Ambulance AED Register

St John Ambulance maintains a list of AEDs. You can view a map of AED locations or register your AED here

Last updated on 13 June 2019