Stop the Bleed Training Available
95% of critical medical care is given to victims of traumatic injuries by, by-standers, or “immediate responders”, before emergency responders arrive. It has been demonstrated lives have been saved as a result.
This grant and successful implementation in schools across the country has the potential to create a nation of immediate responders, saving countless lives.
To date the Winnipesaukee Public Health Region has trained more than 200 high school students, school staff, and citizens in the international “Stop the Bleed” program.
This one hour program is available to all, and has no requirement for previous medical training.
If you are interested in participating in, or hosting a Stop the Bleed class contact the Partnership for Public Health at 524-2145
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