As we move into the winter season, fall prevention becomes even more important. Stratford EMS hopes everyone will “Think Safety First” to have a happy and healthy fall and winter season.
Pre-Arrival Instructions: Invasive Call-taking by: JP Sredzinski, Communications Supervisor Often times when a person dials 9-1-1 for a medical emergency, there is a fairly straightforward problem such as chest pain, minor trauma, difficulty breathing or a fall. Although these events can be major life changers for those who experience them and their families, due to…
911 Do’s and Don’ts by: JP Sredzinski, Stratford Communications Supervisor April is National 9-1-1 Education Month, and the National 9-1-1 Education Coalition is encouraging public safety officials, schools, government officials and industry leaders to engage in this national effort to educate the general public about the importance and appropriate use of 9-1-1 services. The Town of…
Think Safety First – Winter Safety Tips. When you need to call 911 for a medical emergency this winter, Stratford EMS wants you to “Think Safety First”
Heart Health – Recognizing a heart attack and calling 911. Help us create a healthier Stratford by becoming more aware of heart attack signs and symptoms.
Think Safety First – Think Safety this Spring. Spring time is a perfect time to clean, organize and get rid of unnecessary items in your house. Think Safety First when you start your spring cleaning.
Think Safety First – Winter Sports Safety Tips: The outdoor winter sports season is in full swing, and Stratford EMS would like to remind people about winter sports safety tips.
Think ‘FAST’ to deal with strokes – Strokes can happen at any age, but approximately 25% of strokes occur in people under 65 years of age. When you see these — act F.A.S.T.
Heart Health – During a 911 call for a heart attack. What to Expect During a 911 call for a heart attack.
Heart Health – Heart Attack Symptoms. Stratford EMS wants you to think Safety First. Know your heart attack signs and symptoms. If you suspect you’re having a heart attack, call 911 immediately.