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Medical Assistance

In the airport, emergencies are handled by the Operations Division. To call for assistance, dial 801-575-2405, 801-575-2911 or "0" on a paging phone.

Automated Emergency Defibrillators (AEDs) and Emergency Trauma Bleeding Control Kits are located throughout the airport. Emergency Trauma Bleeding Control Kits are located inside the AED cabinets in the Terminal and Concourse public areas. They can be accessed by the traveling public and all airport employees. Their intended use is for severe bleeding situations. Naloxone (Narcan) is also available inside the AED cabinets for emergency use. Click here for more information on their locations.

Salt Lake City International Airport also utilizes the LUCAS 2 Chest Compression Device, located on the Airport Medical Carts on Concourse A and Concourse B.

Supplemental Oxygen

Many Americans live with conditions that require supplemental oxygen, which can make transportation accessibility tricky, especially at the height of travel season. The National Council on Aging (NCOA) created Traveling Safely With Portable Oxygen, to help this group feel empowered to take a trip.

This guide includes: 

  • How to plan and prepare for long-distance travel if you use portable oxygen
  • A complete list of oxygen policies for each specific major air, bus, train, and cruise lines so readers can research for their unique needs
  • Safety tips for using and carrying oxygen in each mode of transportation, including rental options