Here at TKO, we appreciate everything that Hendricks Regional Health does for the community. HGH is a lot more than outstanding medical facilities and a network of some of the best physicians in the state. They offer wellness programs including screening and scans, health and fitness classes (even yoga!) and information from childbirth e-Learning to living with diabetes. They are a part of the community, and community paramedicine is part of what they offer.

 What is Community Paramedicine?

“Imagine you or a loved one falls in your home, and there’s an injury, but it’s not an emergency. Or maybe you need help with oxygen therapy because you’re managing a chronic illness, but you can’t get to the hospital. What do you do?

Community paramedicine is for these types of situations. It connects you with the care you need when medical attention is required, but there isn’t an emergency. Community paramedics can come right to your home, and typically provide health assessments, therapy, assistance with medication and other services. This not only eases the burden on emergency medical services, but it also brings social service and healthcare professionals directly to you.” — Hendricks Regional Health Community Paramedicine

The Hendricks Regional Health Community Paramedicine Wrap

Unlike many organizational vehicles wraps the Hendricks Regional Health van isn’t cluttered with information. There’s no need for it. Detailed copy and multiple images would get in the way of identifying this vehicle. But, there’s more to it than a simple wrap. This vehicle graphic stands out. The brilliant bright green outlined in black flows from front to rear. It almost looks as if it’s moving when it’s sitting still. Even parked you can tell it’s ready for action. Finished off with the door decal including the branded H and Community Paramedics there’s no doubt the purpose of this vehicle. Overall the design inspires confidence. And isn’t that what you want from a Community Paramedic vehicle?

What Do Community Paramedics Do?

Probably the most familiar responsibility of community paramedics is emergency services – strokes, heart attacks, loss of consciousness, broken bones, allergic reactions and more. However, as much as paramedics are known for their emergency heroics, that’s only part of what they do. Paramedics also conduct in-home assessments, draw blood for labs, offer oxygen therapy, and much much more. Hendricks Regional Health Community Paramedicine is an invaluable part of the community in dozens of ways.

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