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For the quickest EMERGENCY Help
always call 9-1-1

Following are some helpful links to health information and basic first aid. These are meant to be used for BASIC first aid and you are encouraged to contact emergency services via 911 whenever you feel the conditions warrant.

American Red Cross

American Heart Association

heart attack warning signs
stroke warning signs

 

First Aid Sites

Mayo Clinic

Harvard Health Guide

OSHA Workplace First-Aid Program

Kids health & Safety

First Aid Product.com

First Aid Guide.net


It should be noted that cell phones will not necessarily connect directly to the closest emergency dispatch center. Those calls are usually relayed from one call center or Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) to another. Since this can result in a delayed response, it is advisable to obtain and store the direct "land line" number for the PSAP in your area, especially if you rely on wireless for most of your phone use.

Click here for FCC information on wireless 911 calls.
 

 


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