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&Teddy Bear Clinic

10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Saturday, May 16 

Edmonds Downtown Fire Station 17

275 Sixth Ave. N., Edmonds

May is Emergency Medical Services Month and South County Fire will be celebrating with an open house on Saturday, May 16. Activities include:

  • Teddy Bear Clinic: Children are invited to bring a favorite stuffed animal to be a “patient” and receive emergency care from firefighters in the medic unit.
  • Medic unit and fire engine tours: Learn about the lifesaving equipment on board.
  • Safe and Healthy Aging: Learn about steps you can take to maintain your independence as you age. ACT to Save a Life First Aid: South County Fire’s new first aid program trains people to act in the first five minutes of an emergency by focusing on three lifesaving skills: antidote training for opiate overdoses, CPR and AED for cardiac arrest and tourniquet and bleeding control for scenes of violence.

Did you know?

More than 85% of the 911 calls that South County Fire responds to are medical emergencies. All South County Fire firefighters are certified as either emergency medical technicians or paramedics.