PulsePoint Information

PulsePoint Information

PulsePoint Banner

PulsePoint App now available to Ventura County

Free life-saving smartphone app alerts everyday citizens when CPR is needed for patients in cardiac arrest.

Ventura County fire and EMS agencies have joined with PulsePoint to help increase the survival rates of cardiac arrest victims.

How the PulsePoint Respond app works:

  • Alerts CPR-trained bystanders to someone nearby having a sudden cardiac arrest that may require CPR. CPR alerts are only shared if the event occurs in a public place (the app is not activated for residential addresses).
  • Shares alerts as local public safety communications center dispatch local fire and EMS resources. Provides real-time feed of fire and EMS emergency calls, offering a unique opportunity for civic engagement and transparency.
  • Provides real-time feed of fire and EMS emergency calls, offering a unique opportunity for civic engagement and transparency.

Get the app and help save a life. Download the PulsePoint app onto your Android and IPhone, and then follow “Ventura County Regional Dispatch” to receive real-time alerts.

READ MORE: “App used by Ventura County helps cardiac arrest patients” -Ventura County Star.

VIDEO: What is PulsePoint Respond?

About PulsePoint VCRD:

PulsePoint VCRD displays selected incident information from the Ventura County Regional Dispatch Center’s (VCRD) CAD system for Lifeline Medical Transport, AMR, Gold Coast Ambulance as well as Federal Fire, Fillmore, Oxnard, and Ventura County and City fire departments.

Here is a list of Unit abbreviations used in our PulsePoint Active Calls feed.

VIDEO: PulsePoint Tutorial

Translate disclaimer

The VCFD.org website has been translated for your convenience using translation software powered by Google Translate. Reasonable efforts have been made to provide an accurate translation, however, no automated translation is perfect nor is it intended to replace human translators. Translations are provided as a service to users of the VCFD.org website, and are provided “as is.” No warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied, is made as to the accuracy, reliability, or correctness of any translations made from English into any other language. Some content (such as images, videos, Flash, etc.) may not be accurately translated due to the limitations of the translation software.

The official text is the English version of the website. Any discrepancies or differences created in the translation are not binding and have no legal effect for compliance or enforcement purposes. If any questions arise related to the accuracy of the information contained in the translated website, please refer to the English version of the website which is the official version.