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Phone: 607-732-2354 | Fax: 607-732-2661

When an individual suffers an out-of-hospital heart attack, his survival depends greatly on receiving immediate CPR from a bystander. However, according to the American Heart Association (AHA), less than one-third of these individuals receive the help they need, because most bystanders are untrained in CPR and are afraid they will do something wrong.

CPR is a life-saving technique that helps maintain some blood flow to the brain and heart, and can help "buy time" until paramedics arrive with more advanced care.

Recent News & Announcements
December 30, 2014
Course Announcement:

Reversing Opioid Overdose:
Training for EMS and Public Safety Personnel

Click here for the course link                                                                                                                                             

The link will take you to the DOH website which hosts the training video and associated materials.
To access the materials, you must establish an account which is free and takes only a couple of minutes.
Once you establish an account, you will be directed to the training materials.                                         


January 26, 2015
Winter Storm Preparations/Planning document

EMS Agencies:
This document was developed by the SEMSCO Safety TAG in concert with the Bureau of EMS.

Winter Storm Preparations/Planning document