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Squad Person of the Year

Squad Person of the Year

On Sunday, December 16, 2018, Mike Arnold of Cary Area EMS was named Squad Person of the Year for 2018. Arnold is a seasoned paramedic and has been a member of Cary Area EMS since 2015.

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CPR and AED Classes

CPR and AED Classes

Learning CPR can literally save a life. Statistics indicate that 70%-80% of cardiac arrest cases occur either in the home or at public places. In such cases, the person nearest to the victim is often a bystander with no medical expertise. If those present at the scene are able to provide CPR to the victim promptly, the chances of survival are significantly increased. 

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Stop the Bleed Training

Stop the Bleed Training

Today we live in a world where terrorism, the actions of unstable people, and the dangerous impulses of friends and relatives are very real and becoming increasingly more frequent. As a part of our community education, Cary Area EMS is a teaching location for this new public opportunity called Stop the Bleed. 

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April Question of the Month

April Question of the Month

Our staff works hard to serve the community and respond when you need us the most. We know when the 911 call comes, those in need are not interested in learning about us personally, so please take the time to get to know us now. 

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Citizens’ Academy Skills Night

Citizens’ Academy Skills Night

Cary Area EMS is always ready to respond. Whether it is on a 911 call or in the classroom, you are in good hands with Cary Area EMS!

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NC Peer Support Team

NC Peer Support Team

Every 40 seconds someone dies by suicide. The NC Peer Support Team helps to provide assistance to first responders in need. North Carolina Firefighter Peer Support is defined as assistance provided by a trained individual or group of trained firefighters and emergency responders who answer the call to their brothers and sisters in need, regardless of the need.

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