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Emergency Preparedness Seminar for Respiratory Folks in Silverdale

Learning Respiratory Emergency Care —including folks dependent on the c-pap, bi-pap, concentrators and their caregivers—yes!

Right here in Silverdale, thanks to Harrison Medical Center, learn how best to take care of ourselves during an emergency on Wednesday, 19 January 2011.

My husband and I have already learned how ill-prepared we were when every safeguard we had failed, one after the other.
Heat pumps, propane insert stove and generator.

If anyone needs a ride to the seminar in Silverdale, let me know.

Patients, caregivers and those who help us help ourselves—working together for a common goal!

Emergency Preparedness

It’s time for us to get prepared!  We’ve had a rough winter already and there may be more to come.

Let’s make a New Years commitment to ourselves and to our health; to be as prepared as possible to take care of our needs during extreme weather conditions or other local emergencies.

Come and meet with us for our first 2011 meeting and share you own personal experiences and ideas as well.

Speaker:  Laura Jull Emergency Preparedness Manager

Harrison Medical Center

Topics: One Month Preparedness Calendar

Medication, Oxygen, Extended Power Outages & Additional Tips.

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Speaker: Pamela O’Flynn, Respiratory Therapy Department Director

Harrison Medical Center

Director O’Flynn has first hand experience with the importance of
emergency response and services.

Date: 01-19-2011
Time: 1:00PM
Location: Harrison Medical Center – Silverdale Campus – Rose Room

Harrison Medical Center
Phone:  360 744-6685

Harrison Respiratory Care

Dedicated To Every Breath You Take

See you Wednesday!

More later…. Sharon O’Hara

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