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Town Hall Meeting

Tuesday  -  April 4, 2017  -  7:00 pm






Imagine this scene...

You are walking with a friend in a crowded mall and, all of a sudden, gunshots ring out.  The next thing you know, your friend is on the floor with blood rushing out of a leg wound from this random bullet.  WOULD YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO TO STOP THE BLEEDING? 

Or, imagine this scene...

You are driving down Kendall Drive and the car in front of you
crashes into another car.  You jump out of your car to see if
everything is okay and you notice a lot of blood coming from
an open, arm wound of the driver.  WOULD YOU KNOW WHAT

From a government website:

"No matter how rapid the arrival of professional emergency responders, bystanders will always be first on the scene.  A person who is bleeding can die from blood loss within five minutes; therefore, it is important to quickly stop the blood loss." 

                                                                     Just like CPR has saved the lives of millions of Americans,

                                                                                 STOP THE BLEEDING can save millions more ...

                                                      BUT, YOU HAVE TO KNOW HOW TO DO IT !! 


On April 4, 2017 (Tuesday), at 7:00 pm, please join the Kendall Federation of Homeowner Associations, in partnership with Kendall Regional Medical Center and their trauma team, for
life-saving lessons that will teach you how to save a life in an emergency situation.  Kendall Regional Medical Center will bring experts to show you how to STOP THE BLEEDING!


There will also be a brief review of how to do CPR, along with guest speaker, trauma surgeon
Dr. Glenn Miller, who just returned from two weeks of volunteer work in war-torn Iraq.  You will not believe the stories he has to share with us.


Light refreshments will also be provided by Kendall Regional Medical Center.  See you on
April 4, 2017, at 7:00 pm (Tuesday ), 8625 SW 124 Avenue (in front of Regal Cinema).


Let's all learn how to save a life and STOP THE BLEEDING!!!