What do I do in an emergency?
Seek qualified help immediately. You and your family members are covered for emergency medical services anywhere, 24 hours a day.
An emergency is a sudden and unexpected onset of an injury or serious illness that, if not treated immediately, may result in serious medical complications, loss of life or permanent impairment of bodily functions. Some examples include (but are not limited to) chest pains, loss of consciousness, excessive bleeding, broken bones, loss of breathing or convulsions.
In an emergency, call for emergency assistance or go to the nearest hospital emergency room immediately.