OLD­EST HO­TEL GETS NEW­EST TECH­NOL­OGY

Bray People - - NEWS -

THE Wood­en­bridge Ho­tel has re­cently added a life­sav­ing new fa­cil­ity to its premises.

At the old­est ho­tel in Ire­land, es­tab­lished in 1608, Ger­ard O’Brien, the gen­eral man­ager, was de­lighted to be able to add new tech­nol­ogy in the form of an Au­to­mated Ex­ter­nal De­fib­ril­la­tor (AED).

The AED is not just avail­able for guests, it is also avail­able to any mem­ber of the com­mu­nity 24 hours a day as it has been placed in an un­locked ex­ter­nal heated cab­i­net, so any­one in need can take it and use it if re­quired.

Pic­tured be­low with the newly in­stalled AED is Ger­ard O’Brien, gen­eral man­ager of the Wood­en­bridge Ho­tel with some mem­bers of the Wood­en­bridge staff team and mem­bers of the lo­cal Com­mu­nity First Re­spon­ders teams from Avoca, Bal­ly­coog and Conary.

If you re­quire fur­ther de­tails con­tact the ho­tel or email [email protected]­o­cacfr.ie

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