sat18jan2:00 PM3:00 PMWildflower Healthcare Series: Stop the Bleed2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Main Branch
REGISTRATION REQUIRED. Life-threatening injuries can occur at any time. This program is designed to help you learn how to react in an emergency, before professional help arrives. You will learn
REGISTRATION REQUIRED. Life-threatening injuries can occur at any time. This program is designed to help you learn how to react in an emergency, before professional help arrives. You will learn the five key actions that can help keep an injured person alive and safe, until professional help is available. This initial care requires no special skills but could potentially mean the difference between life and death. This program, developed by FEMA and Homeland Security, will give you practical guidance, to become the first link in the chain of survival. Spaces are limited, so register now!
The presenter is Robin Gren, a Registered Nurse and Certified Diabetes Educator. She has served as a health educator and healthy living coach, for the past twenty-five years. Robin is currently the Outreach Coordinator for Wildflower Healthcare. As part of our Healthcare Series, Robin will provide education on a different health-related topic each month. Please join us for a fun and interactive program, designed to help you better understand how to keep yourself and your family healthy.
For more than 24 years, Wildflower Healthcare has been changing lives in St. Johns County by providing free medical and dental services to those who would go without. Every day, they offer such crucial care as diagnostics, women’s health, cardiology, primary care, audiology, dermatology and mental health, as well as dental exams, hygiene, extractions, and fillings to St. Johns County residents who are 18 years or older and meet federal income guidelines. For information about the clinic and services, call (904) 829-1962 or visit www.wildflowerhealthcare.org.
(Saturday) 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM