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Knowing How to Respond

RNC Operational Updates for Monday, July 15, through Friday, July 19

The Milwaukee County Courthouse will remain open during the Republican National Convention (RNC). All court operations (Civil and Family Filings, Restraining Orders, Probate, In Custody Intake Court, Preliminary Hearings) will be operating at Vel Phillips Juvenile Justice Center (10201 W. Watertown Plank Rd. Wauwatosa, WI.) For more information about how other Milwaukee County services and operations will be impacted during the RNC, visit Milwaukee County's RNC updates webpage.  

About the Data

The cardiac arrest dashboard reports the number of out-of-hospital sudden cardiac arrests that occur from a medical nature in Milwaukee County each year. Cardiac arrest occurs when the heart suddenly stops beating due to a lethal heart rhythm. Without immediate treatment, cardiac arrest can lead to death within minutes. Bystanders who witness a cardiac arrest or find a person who has arrested can increase the chances of survival by immediately calling 911, beginning CPR, and applying an AED, if one is available. Knowing how to respond to an emergency, such as cardiac arrest, can save a life.

MILWAUKEE COUNTY OFFICE OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

633 W. Wisconsin Ave., Suite 700 
Milwaukee, WI 53203 

821 W. State St., Room 305
Milwaukee, WI 53233


24/7 number: (414) 257-4709

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