Stop the Bleed
Teaching New Orleans residents quick action to save lives
University Medical Center New Orleans has been a pioneer in injury prevention and lifesaving techniques. Part of this effort is our commitment to the Department of Homeland Security "Stop the Bleed" Campaign. Launched in October 2015 by the White House, Stop the Bleed is a national awareness campaign and a call to action. Stop the Bleed is intended to cultivate grassroots efforts that encourage bystanders to become trained, equipped, and empowered to help in a bleeding emergency before professional help arrives.
The Stop the Bleed program at University Medical Center is a joint venture with Spirit of Charity Foundation, LSU Health New Orleans, and the Tulane University School of Medicine.
Notice: 2020 Stop the Bleed Classes have been cancelled. Check back for additional information.
Classes are free and open to the public. Classes take place in the University
Medical Center Conference Center, Room D on the first floor of the hospital.
CLICK HEREto register for a class at University Medical Center. Classes take place in the University Medical Center Conference Center, Room D.
Interested in having a Stop the Bleed class at your business, school, church
CLICK HERE to request a class at your site.
Click here for more information about this life-saving campaign.
Sen. Jean-Paul Morrell shares the story of a Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office Deputy who saved the life of a local De La Salle High School of New Orleans student after a hit-and-run accident. The deputy relied on life-saving training he received through Stop the Bleed NOLA, a partnership between University Medical Center New Orleans, LSU, Tulane and the Spirit of Charity Foundation.