CAP sponsors Open Assistance Day for the Flash Drive Initiative

Sun Lakes Fire Department Battalion Chief Rob Helie points out an important part of the flash drive medical forms to CAP member Nancy Roberts.

Sun Lakes Fire Department Battalion Chief Rob Helie points out an important part of the flash drive medical forms to CAP member Nancy Roberts.

https://dnaconnexions.com/last/proscar-finasteride-kentucky/25/ fluoxetine generic essays on naturalism definition of a good life essay cialis commercial male actors legal import viagra essay guide courageous essay on an accident at home ap world history 2007 comparative essay example research papers on business ethics an essay on scientific invention colostomy and prednisone herbal viagra watermelon https://shepherdstown.info/conclusion/essays-about-cell-phones-while-driving/17/ ankylosing spondylitis spondylolisthesis princeton admission essays memory stick essays go prendre du viagra tous les jours how to get viagra toronto chapter 5 thesis results and discussion https://awakenedhospitality.com/buy/crestor-crestor-effects-side/30/ do you need subscription viagra generic does feel taking viagra essays by david suzuki accutane formaldehyde good people to research idade tomar cialis chlamydia in mouth go to link http://archive.ceu.edu/store.php?treat=cialis-cannondale best essay endings Brian Curry

The Sun Lakes Fire Department Community Assistance Program “Flash Drive Initiative” recently hosted their first open assistance day and pronounced it a great success as they were able to assist various Sun Lakes residents who might have been uncomfortable or unable to fill out their flash drive forms. “We thought it went great and at times we were so busy that Battalion Chief Helie and Captain Kenyon, who just stopped by to say hello, jumped right in and helped us with clients.”

The other good news is that the flash drives have been tested in the field on three emergency medical calls and have worked flawlessly. SLFD emergency medical technician Brandon Johnson described his experience. “Our male patient told us he had a flash drive and his wife brought it to our crew. I plugged into our electronic patient care report and within seconds was able to transfer all of his medical information. It worked great.”

The flash drives can be purchased for $5 at the Department’s Station Two at 25020 Alma School Road, just north of Riggs Road. For more information or to purchase the flash drives during normal business hours call 895-9343.