A new 7 million dollar project is aimed at improving heart attack care in Wyoming.
The effort is being funded by the American Heart Association and the Leona and Harry Helmsley Charitable Trust. The goal is to better equipWyoming ambulances to diagnose the most deadly heart attacks. It will also provide training for EMS and hospital personnel.
Gordon Tommaselli is the national president of the American Heart Association. He says time is of the essence with heart attack patients.