Remembering Dr. Justin Maloney, co-founder of ACT’s High School CPR Program

 

It is with deep sadness the ACT Foundation shares news of the passing of its National Medical Director and Board Chair, Dr. Justin Maloney, a passionate leader in emergency medicine.

As co-founder of ACT’s High School CPR Program, Dr. Maloney’s unrelenting commitment and passion were key to ensuring millions of youth are empowered to save lives! He had a deep passion for pre-hospital emergency medicine, a strong commitment to the power of the citizen in saving lives the important role youth have to play, and belief in the difference that one person can make.

Dr. Maloney along with ACT’s Executive Director Sandra Clarke was presented with the prestigious Governor General’s Meritorious Service Cross in 2017 by former Governor General Julie Payette for their ground-breaking work in moving ACT’s High School CPR Program to the realm of a national standard in the Canadian educational system.

The ACT Foundation is deeply grateful for his commitment and service to the work of the organization as co-founder of the ACT High School CPR Program, and National Medical Director and Chair.

News Coverage:
https://ottawa.ctvnews.ca/dr-justin-maloney-ottawa-s-father-of-paramedicine-has-died-1.5888736

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