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ICE: In Case of Emergency
Program Goals:
The ICE Emergency Information Program provides first responders vital information necessary to deliver the best emergency medical care for all residents and visitors while showing compassion and respect to all.

Description: ICE stands for In Case of Emergency. The concept centers on being prepared.

To ICE your Home, you place a sticker on a window near the front door. Fill out the ICE Medical and Contact Information Form on the other side, fold and insert into the red magnetic envelope. Place the magnetic envelope on your refrigerator door.

To ICE your Phone, you simply enter the word ICE before the person you chose to be your emergency contact in your phone book. If you have more than one emergency contact, you enter ICE1, ICE2, ICE3 etc.

To ICE your Car, place the sticker on the windshield and a copy of the completed ICE Form in your glove box.

To ICE your motorcycle or bicycle, attach the sticker to the outside of your helmet. You can tape your emergency contact’s name and number inside your helmet or carry your cell phone with your pre-programmed ICE contact.

To ICE your boat, place the sticker on your console or outboard motor cover. On small boats, insert your completed ICE Form into a zippered plastic bag and keep in your life jacket pocket or dry box.

Medical and Contact Information Form CLICK HERE

The attached form is divided into two identical columns, so accurate information can be maintained for two people on one page. Update it each time there is a change in your personal information, medications and/or medical conditions.

Sponsorship opportunities are available for this program, please call: Lee Memorial Health System: SHARE Club at 239-424-3298

ICE is presented by Lee County EMS, Lee County Sheriff’s Dept., Lee Memorial Health System, and endorsed by all Lee County emergency response agencies.

Emergency Phone Numbers:
• Emergency dial 911
• Poison Control 1-800-222-1222
• United Way Social Service Information dial 211

What's Important to Us? Advocacy, Education, Legislation, and Partnerships.

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