Five Things You Should Know About First Aid If You Go to the Western & Southern Open

As the official healthcare provider for the Western & Southern Open, UC Health is proud to support and run the first aid building for all visitors’ healthcare needs. Be sure to read these tips and information if you’re attending the tennis tournament.

1. Don’t hesitate to visit us if you think you need help—you wouldn’t be the first. On average each year, the first aid building has 900 patient visits during the 10-day tournament.

2. Don’t forget to drink plenty of water while you’re there. The majority of the patients who visit the first aid building come because they are suffering from dehydration symptoms.

3. The first aid building is the right place for your needs, no matter how big or small. The first aid building has paramedics, physicians and nurses with advanced life-support capabilities. We can help patrons with anything from a bandage to a serious, life-threatening medical emergency.

4. If you need to visit the first aid building, find us by the east gate, right across the way from Court No. 3.

5. We’re always open. The first aid building accepts visitors the moment the gates open in the morning and only closes when all patrons have left the premises.

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