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America Ambulance Services, Inc.

Ambulance | Emergency Transport | EMT | Paramedic | Jacksonville IL | Springfield IL | Rochester IL

America Ambulance Services, Inc. is located in the Land of Lincoln, Springfield, Illinois. A locally owned and operated company, since 1967.

Our professional staff of paramedics and emergency medical technicians will ensure that you receive only the very best care for any medical emergency you may have. America cares about you! From the most severe trauma incident to personal non-emergency medical transport, America's professional staff will watch over you safety and well being. We will be at your side within a heartbeat, bringing you the finest care possible.

When it comes to medical care for you and your loved ones, trust in America. The technology and the professionalism will show.... America cares about YOU!

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August SUMMER HEAT HEAT WAVE SAFETY TIPS
  • SLOW DOWN: Strenuous activities should be reduced, eliminated or rescheduled to the coolest time of the day.
  • DRESS FOR SUMMER: Lightweight, light-colored clothing reflects heat and sunlight and helps your body maintain normal temperatures. Wear a wide rimmed hat to protect your face and head.
  • DRINK PLENTY OF WATER OR OTHER NON-ALCOHOLIC FLUIDS: Drink plenty of fluids even if you don't feel thirsty. Avoid drinks with caffeine because they increase water loss through urination. Alcohol drinks dehydrate.
  • SPEND MORE TIME IN AIR CONDITIONED PLACES: Spend some time each day in an air-conditioned home or building.
  • DON'T GET TOO MUCH SUN: Sunburn makes the job of heat dissipation that much more difficult
  • CHECK ON THE ELDERLY, INFANTS, YOUNG CHILDREN AND PEOPLE WITH CHRONIC HEALTH PROBLEMS OR DISABILITIES: They are more vulnerable to the effects of the heat
  • KEEP PETS IN DOORS : If not able to keep pets indoors, provide them with shade and plenty of cool water. Refill their water bowls frequently. DO NOT leave pets, or anyone else, in a closed, parked vehicle.
September BACK TO SCHOOL

As kids head back to school, remember to stop in both directions for school buses. Kids are unpredictable, so be alert and give them lots of space. For more information on back to school safety and emergencies, go to the America Ambulance Health Matters tab at wics.com

October

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November WINTER WEATHER PREPAREDNESS

When traveling in winter weather make sure you have a charged cell phone, a flashlight with extra batteries, a shovel, water, snack food, and blankets. For more information on winter preparedness and emergencies go to the America Ambulance Health Matters tab on wics.com

December WINTER WEATHER PREPAREDNESS

When traveling in winter weather make sure you have a charged cell phone, a flashlight with extra batteries, a shovel, water, snack food, and blankets. For more information on winter preparedness and emergencies go to the America Ambulance Health Matters tab on wics.com

HEAT DISORDERS
  • SUNBURN:
    The symptoms of sunburn include redness to the skin and pain.

  • HEAT CRAMPS:
    Muscular pain and spasms due to heavy exertion.

  • HEAT EXHAUSTION:
    Sweat does not evaporate, due to high humidity or layers of clothing, so the body is not cooled properly.

  • HEAT STROKE:
    The victims temperature control system, which produces sweating to cool the body, stops working.

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