Redmond provided life-saving training and equipment to Floyd County Police through support of the Georgia Trauma Foundation with the "Stop the Bleed" Program. "Stop the Bleed" was created in response to the Sandy Hook tragedy, to provide life-saving knowledge and skills similar to those used by first responders and military personnel. Stop the Bleed is a national campaign to empower bystanders to become trained, equipped, and empowered to intervene and provide assistance in a critical bleeding emergency. Redmond Trauma Program Coordinator, Jaina Carnes and Redmond EMS Director, Marty Robinson have led Redmond's efforts in providing "Stop the Bleed" training to schools, community groups, churches, and police in Floyd, Polk, and Chattooga Counties.
Redmond Regional Medical Center February 22, 2018