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Stop the Bleed Instruction at Buckeye Local

March 7, 2019

Buckeye Local School District faculty recently participated in the Stop the Bleed program instructed by Wheeling Hospital staff. Nearly 150 teachers were shown how to control major hemorrhaging resulting from a single incident or mass casualty situation. Grade school teacher Jim Berze, right, is taught how to apply gauze to a wound to control bleeding. His instructors were Susie Fullerton, RN, Nursing Staff Development educator, and, Jeff Gazdik, hospital Emergency Medical Services coordinator. Wheeling Hospital has been conducting the training at no cost to school districts throughout the area.

Buckeye Local School District faculty recently participated in the Stop the Bleed program instructed by Wheeling Hospital staff. Nearly 150 teachers were shown how to control major hemorrhaging resulting from a single incident or mass casualty situation. Grade school teacher Jim Berze, right, is taught how to apply gauze to a wound to control bleeding. His instructors were Susie Fullerton, RN, Nursing Staff Development educator, and, Jeff Gazdik, hospital Emergency Medical Services coordinator. Wheeling Hospital has been conducting the training at no cost to school districts throughout the area.