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Additional Resources

911 Vial: The Fire District maintains a 911 Vial program that citizens can use to ensure their medical and contact information is readily available to emergency responders during a medical emergency. The 911 Vial program ensure care givers have access crucial medical information when treating a patient who is not able to speak or unable to remember their information. The 911 Vial program also provides responders with important contact information to notify family members, arrange for pet care, etc.

911 Vial Program Information

911 Vials.pdf

Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment Information

911 Vial Replacement Forms

Medical Information

Medical Information Form.pdf

Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care

Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment

Heart Attack & Stroke Symptoms: When experiencing a heart attack or stroke, most patients are reluctant to seek medical attention at a time when minutes are critical to survival. Unfortunately, too many patients take a wait-and-see approach to calling 911 for reasons such as:

  • Failing to recognize or dismissing the symptoms of a heart attack.
  • Being fearful or unwilling to recognize their symptoms could be serious.
  • Being embarrassed about calling 911 and creating a scene.
  • Not fully understanding that time is of the essence.

Heart Attack & Stroke Symptoms

CPR: Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, commonly known as CPR, is a life sustaining procedure that preserves brain function until further life saving measures are be initiated by emergency responders.

CPR Training Course Information.pdf

Hands-Only CPR Instructional Video

How to use an AED Video

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