|FILE OF LIFE||BLOOD PRESSURE CHECKS||SHARPS NEEDLE DISPOSAL||SLIP AND FALL
|This magnetic file folder
contains a health
information form to
complete and re-insert into the folder.
Simply place on the outside of your
If you are unconscious or unable to speak, our emergency responders can refer to
this vital medical information to
you may be taking or
other health concerns they should be aware
of before providing
|Monitoring your blood
if you have a pre-existing
medical condition can
be vital to maintaining
your good health.
All Titusville Fire Stations
will check your blood
pressure daily, during reasonable daylight hours.
To find the Titusville Fire Station nearest to you, refer to the listing
615 N. Singleton Ave.
550 S. Washington Ave.
2150 S. Park Ave.
4715 Barna Ave.
|Any blood contaminated products such as needles or diabetic blood testing strips should be disposed of properly. As you use your needles or test strips, drop them into a properly marked Sharps container that identifies the contents as bio-hazardous. When the container is full, bring it to any Titusville Fire Station for proper disposal and a replacement Sharps container.||One out of every three aging Americans (about 12 million seniors) fall each year with devastating consequences. More than 10,000 Americans will die from a fall annually.
Our department has developed a community-based slip and fall prevention program that alerts you of the dangers of falls and provides numerous safety tips on how to prevent slips and falls from occurring. Call for a copy today.