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Emergency Transports

If you or a loved one is injured or sick, seconds can feel like minutes. During this time, you should not be worrying about who is responding to your request for help. With Grant Town Emergency Medical Services, specially trained and experienced critical care service providers will be there to help. We will provide skilled and high quality care until care is turned over to doctors and registered nurses at the emergency rooms. If you, or your loved one, are currently in the hospital and needing transportation to a specialized care facility, we also offer non-emergency transports. For more information on these services, go to the non-emergency transports page, listed under the services tab above. 

What is a medical emergency? 
  • Choking or trouble breathing

  • A seizure or attack

  • Won't respond when talked to

  • Sudden or intense pain

  • Heavy bleeding

  • Severe or persistent vomiting or diarrhea

  • Chest pain or pressure

  • Neck or back injury

  • Confusion or mental status change

  • Fainting or loss of consciousness

  • Sudden dizziness or vision change

  • Patient is suicidal or homicidal

What do I do when I call 911? 
  • Describe the emergency, speak calmly and slowly

  • Give the location where the patient is, with address and any nearby landmarks

  • Give your name and telephone number

  • Ensure your own personal safety

  • Follow dispatcher instructions and answer all questions

  • Dont hang up until told to do so

  • Don't leave the scene until help arrives

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