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Frequently asked questions about your visit to the emergency department.
This year, a stroke will occur every 40 seconds and will take a life every four hours. Recognizing symptoms and acting F.A.S.T. can save a life and decrease the chances of permanent disabilities.
A heart attack happens when a blood vessel leading to your heart is blocked. When your heart doesn’t receive blood, it causes the muscle to die. You need immediate treatment to save your life and prevent damage to your heart.
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Find answers to commonly asked questions about visiting the emergency department for immediate medical assistance.