St. Elizabeth Healthcare and local 911 dispatch centers have partnered together to bring you PulsePoint, a cutting-edge mobile technology that helps save lives.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is PulsePoint?

PulsePoint is a smartphone app (Android™ or iPhone®) that alerts users who are trained if someone nearby, in a public place has called 911 with an emergency that requires CPR. Only users within a .25 mile radius are notified and only incidents that take place in a public place trigger a notification.

Why PulsePoint?

We know that when someone goes into cardiac arrest, every minute is critical. With this app, a trained bystander can be alerted of a medical emergency, and in some cases, begin CPR before medical help arrives. A related app can also help users find nearby AEDs.

How do I download it?

PulsePoint is available in Google Play and on the App Store. To download the app, click on the links below.

St. Elizabeth Healthcare has pledged to work with the community to reduce heart-related deaths in the Northern Kentucky region by 25% by the end of 2025. This technology can help us reach that goal.

To learn more about what St. Elizabeth Healthcare is doing to improve the heart health in our community.

PulsePoint CPR Mobile App displayed on a mobile phone.

Learn More

To learn more about PulsePoint and how it works, visit pulsepoint.org.

Apple App Store


The PulsePoint app for iPhone® and iPad® is available on the App Store. Find it by searching “PulsePoint” or clicking on the App Store button.

iPhone® and iPad® are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc.

Google Play Store

Android_App_on_Google_Play_Icon-7-2016The PulsePoint app for Android™ is available on Google Play. Find it by searching under Health & Fitness or by clicking the “Download Android™ App on Google Play” button.

Android™ is a trademark of Google, Inc.