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First Care Provider


 

 
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First Care Provider


 

 

What is a First Care Provider? 

 

First Care Provider Incorporated is a disabled veteran-owned 501-(c)3 non-profit organization changing the paradigm of disaster preparation. There is a major gap in the security of our critical infrastructure— civilian medical response to atypical emergencies.  Our EMS systems are the best in the world, but there are times when they can’t realistically be there fast enough. We believe that outcomes to traumatic events can be improved by empowering our communities to become that vital link in the chain of emergency care.

Our Vision

To inspire and empower any citizen to become a First Care Provider and ensure not another civilian life is lost from a preventable cause of death as a result of trauma.

 

Our Mission

To serve the public by raising awareness of the need to improve civilian response to traumatic events and providing the resources for individuals to augment the traditional emergency response framework and save lives in our communities.


Wherever tragedy strikes, First Care Providers are there. The immediate responding public are the first ones to brave danger and selflessly provide medical care to those injured. Who are these First Care Providers? Teachers, security guards, sales clerk, by-standers, everyday people with no medical training who make a difference and save lives. Everyday people like you. Time means everything to the injured, and seconds are critical when victims lie bleeding. Our EMS systems are the best in the world, but there are times when they realistically can’t get there fast enough. From natural disasters, to accidents to active violent incidents, it is difficult for traditional first responders (Police, Fire, EMS) to arrive and provide treatment in under 5 minutes. But you can, long before their arrival. 


 

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Testimonials

Hello and good morning sir,

I just wanted to extend my gratitude once again for that First Care Provider Training, it really paid off the other day (5/26/15). 

Two of my guys were conducting a parameter check (2300 hours) of the mall when they heard what sounded like a vehicle accident (just north west of the Best Buy store on Edwards St, off mall property) and upon arrival observed a WPD Officer involved vehicle collision. They were the first care providers on scene and with the assistance of a passerby (Nurse) they were able to provide care. We are extremely thankful for that training and appreciate our partnership. 

P.S   I hope your Officer is okay and doing well.

 

Thanks Again Sir,

 

Kevin Salazar, Security Director, Westminster Mall

U.S. Security Associates, Inc.

1077A Westminster Mall
Westminster, CA 92683

 

Lockdown


Are you Prepared?

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Lockdown


Are you Prepared?

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A school lock down could last hours are you prepared?


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Redefining the First Responder


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Redefining the First Responder


 

 

First Care Providers vs First Responders

 Terminology matters.


We can't prevent bad things from happening, but we can improve outcomes.

We have the most efficient and best trained medical response system in the world, but we also know that sometimes help can't get there fast enough.  We believe that anyone can save a life, but we don't always know how.  First Care Provider can help your organization or community bring together the resources, educational materials and life saving equipment to create a network of responders for any trauma situation.

We have the most efficient and best trained medical response system in the world, but we also know that sometimes help can't get there fast enough.  We believe that anyone can save a life, but we don't always know howFirst Care Provider can help your organization or community bring together the resources, educational materials and life saving equipment to create a network of responders for any trauma situation.

  • Traumatic injuries can happen anywhere from motor vehicle accidents, to falls, to accidents around the home.

  • According to the Centers for Disease Control, trauma is the #1 cause of death between ages 1-44.

  • Each year, more than 180,000 people lose their lives due to trauma, making it the 3rd leading cause of death across all age groups.

  • The economic burden of trauma is a staggering$400 Billion annually.

 

 

Building Community Resilience


Multi-agency White Paper

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Building Community Resilience


Multi-agency White Paper