Program to Help Rural Heart Attack Victims

CHEYENNE -- A new $7.1 million statewide project is designed to get proper care to rural heart attack victims faster. Speaking in the State Capitol rotunda Friday morning, Gov. Matt Mead gave thanks to both the Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust and the American Heart Association. The two organizations are respectively responsible for funding and implementing the bulk of the program, dubbed “Mission: Lifeline Wyoming.”

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