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Life Saving Information
In One Place
In an emergency, seconds count. First Responders can lose up to 10 minutes of valuable time while tracking down vital patient information.
First File helps you keep all your information in one place. Put these items in your blue First File folder:
- Completed First File Basic Information Form
- A recent photograph of yourself
- A current medication list
- Advanced Directive Information (DNR, living will, power of attorney, etc.)
- Anything else First Responders need to know!
Then simply place your magnetic First File on your refrigerator! You’ll also want to affix the included First File sticker to the inside of your front door jam at eye level. That way First Responders know you have all your information ready for them in one place!
Happy Birthday Kansas!
Virginia Rasmussen!!! Congratulations!!!
Virginia’s name was drawn this week as the winner in the Crock-Pot drawing!
From the U.S Department of Energy; the offices of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy is the 2019 Fuel Economy Guide you can obtain a printable, electronic version @ https:///www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/printGuides.shtml.
This guide helps consumers make informed decision when purchasing a vehicle. The guide features fuel economy, annual fuel cost and emission information for new model year cars, sport utility vehicles, and light trucks.
For more about this governmental department you may want to check out the website www.fueleconomy.gov.