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Medical Emergencies

If you see someone in medical distress, or for any medical emergency call 911 immediately.

NEVER drive a medical emergency or accident victim to the hospital.

Follow Emergency Call Procedure
  • Do not panic.
  • Have someone stay with the patient or distressed person.
  • Have someone meet emergency personnel outside of building.
  • Provide your name, location and phone number for call back.
  • Describe the type of emergency you have.

STAY ON THE LINE:
  The 911 emergency operator may give you some first aid instructions to perform on the patient, prior to the arrival of emergency personnel.
 
IMPORTANT


Take a CPR
(Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) or First Aid course.  It could mean life or death.

If interested in taking a CPR Class,
Contact Environmental Health and Safety Office at  7139, or  kimba013@umn.edu


     
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