The Henderson Professional Fire Fighters serve over 300,000 residents and operate from 11 stations comprised of 230 full-time employees. They are nationally accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services (CAAS) and Commission on Fire Accreditation International (CFAI), and they are a full-service fire and rescue department.

The Henderson Professional Fire Fighters take great pride in their premier level of service in the community and are proud to have exceptional rates of service. In fact, 96% of those they have served rated them as Outstanding or Excellent. By providing a hazard response system that includes fire response, advanced life support, emergency medical treatment and transportation, the City of Henderson Fire Department has maintained the City of Henderson’s lowest cost per capita in the region.

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For Stroke Awareness Month, we encourage you to learn the signs of a stroke. Check out this video from the Henderson Fire Department to learn more. ... See MoreSee Less

For more info or to register click on the link below:JUST ADDED: FREE Community Lifesaver Classes. The Henderson Fire Department has just added two additional CPR/Bleeding control classes on May 22 at 10am or 1pm.
Register online here: bit.ly/HFDLifesaverClass
In an emergency, it can take paramedics up to six minutes to arrive. These classes teach you what to do in those first six minutes. Your actions could save a life. Classes are held at the Henderson Fire Training Center, 401 Parkson Road. Ages 12+. Not for CPR certification.
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May is Stroke Awareness Month. The Henderson Fire Department is sharing tips to prevent strokes.May is Stroke Awareness Month. 80% of strokes are preventable! The Henderson Fire Department wants to remind you of some stroke prevention tips:
🚭Don't smoke
🏃🏼‍♀️🏃🏼‍♀Be physically active
❣Control cholesterol & blood pressure
#RelentlessTogether
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May is Stroke Awareness Month. The Henderson Fire Department is sharing tips to prevent strokes.

Can you recognize the signs of a stroke?May is Stroke Awareness Month. Do you know the signs of a stroke? Firefighter Lorenzo T. recommends you remember FAST.
F--Facial droop
A--Arm weakness
S--Speech difficulty
T--Time to call 911
The Henderson Fire Department is trained to identify which type of stroke a patient is having so we can get them to the appropriate hospital as quickly as possible. #RelentlessTogether American Heart Association - Nevada
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Can you recognize the signs of a stroke?

Do you know the 3 P's of pool safety? Fire Chief Shawn White spoke to Mayor Debra March about pool safety. Check out this edition of Mondays with the Mayor below: ... See MoreSee Less