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Congratulations on acquiring an AED. If you have not yet obtained Medical Direction for the use of your device, you may request it from the Seattle or King County Medical Director, or a licensed physician of your choice.

The next step is to register your AED with King County EMS, completing the form below. When your device is registered, 911 dispatchers can direct callers to the nearest AED in an emergency.

If you have multiple devices, or are making updates or revisions to a currently registered AED, contact Laura Miccile, CPR/PAD Program Manager at 206-477-8664 or, or you may complete and return the Supplemental AED registration form (in Microsoft Excel).

Fields marked with an asterisk * are required.
Your contact information

Your first and last name:

Company or organization name:

Type of business including department/division if applicable:

Please check here if this is a private residence.

Street address (street, city, zip code):

Mailing address (if different):

Phone with area code:

AED information

Total number of AEDS to register:

AED Manufacturer:

AED Serial number:

AED address (street, city, and zip code):

Common name of building/office/location: (ex: King County Courthouse, Bellevue School District Administration Office, Microsoft Building 3, Columbia Tower, etc.)

*Placement of AED. Please describe the location of the device at this address (i.e. "Located above south lobby desk on first floor", "Located on 13th floor next to elevator"):

Site Coordinator information

*Name of Site Coordinator for AED:

*Phone with area code:

*Email address:

King County EMS provides registry information to Pulse Point, a mobile app that alerts users to sudden cardiac arrests in their vicinity and enhances the ability to locate registered AEDs in an emergency.

Check here if you do not want your registered AED listed in the Pulse Point app.

How did you hear about AED registration requirements?

This website

Traditional media (television, radio, newspaper)

Social media (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, etc.)

Online search (Google, Bing, Yahoo, etc.)

Word-of-mouth (heard from someone else)

CPR/AED training

AED manufacturer/distributor


PulsePoint mobile app

Other (please specify):