Stop the Bleed campaign aims to educate high school students

CAMP HILL, Pa. (WHTM)- The national Stop the Bleed campaign has come to the Midstate and it’s hoping now more than ever to educate high school students.

Geisinger Holy Spirit received a grant from the American Trauma Society Pennsylvania Division last month.

Stop the Bleed says one of the number one causes of death is uncontrolled bleeding.

Rebekkah Stanko, a registered nurse and Stop the Bleed instructor with Geisinger Holy Spirit, says if people are educated, they can greatly increase a person’s chance of survival.

If you would like to learn more about Stop the Bleed, visit their website at

To get Stop the Bleed training in your school, business, or as an individual, contact Rebekkah Stanko at 717-975-3267 or at

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