Medical EmergencyHomepage / Student Services / Security Department / Emergency Information / Medical Emergency Fire Alarm Vehicular Incidents on Campus Theft General Evacuation Flood Evacuation Chemical Products Medical Emergency Psychiatric Emergency Assaults (non-sexual) Sexual Assault Personal Threats Electrical Failures Water, Steam and Gas Leaks Bomb Threat Active Shooter / Violent Acts Suspicious Letter or Parcel Medical EmergencyCall Security, ext. 711 or 819-822-9711 and they will call for an ambulance. Give your name, the location, and a brief description of the situation. Stay on the site.NOTE: The entire Security Staff are certified first-responders.IF THE PERSON IS UNCONSCIOUS: Check breathing and pulse. If breathing is abnormal or absent, or if there is no pulse, begin the appropriate procedures for respiratory or cardiac arrest. If the victim is found unconscious as a result of a fall, blow or similar cause, always consider the possibility of a fractured spine. If the victim is breathing and has a pulse, and there is no danger of a spinal fracture, place the victim on his/her left side. Placing the victim on his/her side may prevent suffocation if he/she vomits. Health Services may be called for additional assistance. See hours and contact information on their website. Otherwise, wait for assistance from Security and ambulance. When Security or ambulance arrives, describe the first-aid administered and assist them in taking over the emergency. Complete a Personal Injury Form (appendix A) as provided to each department by Health Services. All media calls should be referred to the Communications Officer 819-822-9600 ext. 2840. In the event of the death of a student, please contact the Dean of Student Affairs Office for the policy and procedure to follow.IN NON-LIFE-THREATENING SITUATIONS OR EMERGENCIES NOT REQUIRING AN AMBULANCE: Call Security, ext. 711 or 819-822-9711. Give your name, the location and a brief description of the situation. Provide first-aid assistance or enlist assistance of first-aider in area. Recommend that the injured party seek medical advice and, if possible, accompany the injured party to a hospital emergency room. Complete a Personal Injury Form (appendix A) as provided to each department by Health Services.Health Services is available for over-the-phone assistance. See hours and contact information on their website.HOSPITALS AND CLINICS CLOSEST TO THE CAMPUS:See the Health Services web page Medical Services After Hours.