Stop the Bleed trains public lifesavers

Blood loss is the leading cause of preventable death after a traumatic injury. Trained bystanders can often make the difference between life and death. Learn how you can Stop the Bleed.

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EMS teamwork saves teen

Less that 10% of EMS responses involve patients 17 and younger. When they happen, you want the best-trained people on the job. Thanks to great teamwork, this recent & local near-fatality had a happy ending.

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CPR in a Box is a lifesaver

Bystander CPR saves lives. 70% of all out-of-hospital cardiac arrests in King County received it. CPR in a Box is tool designed to train even more people through local partners, and save more lives.

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EMS/Medic One doctor talks reasons for survival success

For National Emergency Medical Services (EMS) week (May 21 – 27), we’re honoring the local heroes that make up our EMS/Medic One system in King County. Each day, we’ll be sharing a unique perspective on saving lives from the people doing this work every day. On this final look at the EMS system for the week, we asked Dr. Tom Rea, […]

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Life on the line: Meet a voice of 911

For National Emergency Medical Services (EMS) week (May 21 – 27), we’re honoring the local heroes that make up our EMS/Medic One system in King County. Each day, we’ll be sharing a unique perspective on saving lives from the people doing this work every day. Today, the spotlight is on Emergency Medical Dispatch. Dispatchers are the […]

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