Responding to Drownings

We are right in the thick of hot summer days which means time in lakes, rivers, and pools. Always have a spotter to keep an eye out for signs of drowning. Even with experienced swimmers.  In the event of a drowning incident it is exceptionally important to know how to perform CPR with compression and ventilation’s.  Gold Cross hosts several public training’s at Farmer’s Markets, Safety Days, and our annual CPR @ the Park night July 20th at Nueroscience Field […]

https://www.goldcross.org/blog/responding-to-drownings/

We’ll Go the Distance for your Heart

It’s a race against time when a heart attack hits. The American Heart Association helps us pick up the pace. In fact, we’re proud to share that we’ve achieved the association’s Mission: Lifeline EMS cardiac care standards. It means we’re providing the right training and care for your heart. That’s because we’ve got our eye on the prize: your life. We hope you’ll keep your eye on us.

https://www.goldcross.org/blog/well-go-the-distance-for-your-heart/

Sheriff’s Deputy to be Honored

Sheriff’s Deputy to be honored for applying tourniquet, controlling bleeding, saving a life. Quick response averted tragedy, followed training to Stop the Bleed WHAT: Deputy William Pearson of the Calumet County Sheriff’s Department will be honored by Gold Cross Ambulance for his life-saving response to a situation that could easily have ended tragically. Deputy Pearson was the first responder to arrive on the scene at Dick’s Family Foods in the Village of Sherwood in late November 2017. Linda Kieso, a […]

https://www.goldcross.org/blog/sheriffs-deputy-to-be-honored/