CKHS Introduces File of Life Emergency Info Program at Fox Hill Farms
Ed Clapper, Fox Hill Safety Committee;
Robert Reeder; Jude Ryan, chairman of the
Fox Hill Safety Committee; and Deborah Love.
The Fox Hill Farms residential community in Concordville introduced the File of Life emergency information program for all of its residents in February.
In the File of Life program, residents record important medical information on a form that is placed in a magnetic folder and attached to a refrigerator. In the event of an emergency, EMS professionals will be able to easily access the medical information. The program was introduced with the support of Crozer-Keystone Health System, which covered the cost of the materials.
Robert Reeder, director of Crozer EMS South Unit, and Deborah Love, director of Marketing for the Burn Center and Psychiatry and administrative director of Nursing, visited Fox Hill to distribute the File of Life materials.