What is a health emergency?

Call Security Emergency at (352) 588-8333 for any of the following:

  • If you or someone around you stopped breathing
  • If you have chest pain, especially chest pain with sweating, nausea and pain radiating down your left arm and up your neck.
  • If you have asthma and you have respiratory distress, your puffer or other medications are not helping and you can't breathe.
  • If your nose is bleeding, and you've pinched the end for at least twenty minutes and it just doesn't stop.
  • If you have bleeding from a wound that won't stop by applying pressure to the site.
  • If you have pain in your right to mid abdomen and you have a fever and problems standing up straight.
  • If you have a stiff neck and cannot touch your chin to your chest, and you have a headache that is not relieved with Tylenol or other headache medicine.
  • If you have broken a bone.
  • If you have severed a body part.
  • If you have been bitten by an animal or snake.
  • If you have taken too many medicines or overdosed.
  • If you have injured your eye(s).
  • If you have lost consciousness.
  • If you have ingested too much alcohol.
  • If you have experienced an electrical shock.
  • If you have experienced heat stroke/exhaustion.
  • If you are having an allergic response to an insect sting.
  • If you have chemically or heat burned yourself.
  • If you have ingested, inhaled or if your skin has come in contact with poison.