Making an emergency phone list

Richard Pass, RN, shares emergency preparation advice for on the importance of creating an emergency phone number list, what emergency phone number lists should include, and more
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Making an emergency phone list

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The emergency phone list is a very important piece of our response. We need to have those list posted on the wall or somewhere near our telephone. They include a phone number for all immediate family members, including their cellphones; the pediatricians phone number and name; probably, the local Poison Control Center in your city; and anyone else who might be available in the immediate area to help. This could also include the phone number for your local police or fire department. Certainly, somewhat less important numbers like the family dentist, or someone else who is further down the line. But clearly, it should include family members and immediate care providers such as the pediatrician.

Richard Pass, RN, shares emergency preparation advice for on the importance of creating an emergency phone number list, what emergency phone number lists should include, and more

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Richard Pass, RN

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Richard Pass, RN, BS, was born in Los Angeles. He studied nursing in Portland, Oregon and has since practiced nursing for 35 years, including ICU, Emergency, and Cardiology nursing. Richard started his CPR & Family Safety educational company, Save a Little Life, Inc., in 1999. With Save a Little Life, Inc., Richard presents house calls and classes all over the Los Angeles area. He teaches medical-surgical nursing at California State University, and is married with two grown children and one grandchild.

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