• Ambulance/Air Transport Ambulance, Helicopter, Fixed Wing Ambulance/Air Transport
  • Fire Fire Departments/Districts, Search & Rescue Fire
  • Law Enforcement Police, Sheriffs, Security Law Enforcement
  • Hospitals/Outpatient Hospitals, Urgent Care Facilities,Outpatient Services Hospitals/Urgent Care
  • Physicians Names, office phone, hospital affiliations Physicians
  • Nursing Care Nursing Homes & Rehabilitation, Home Care Agencies, Hospice Facilities Nursing Care
  • Local/State/National Resources Government, Non-government, Commercial Local/State/National Resources
  • Emergency Shelters Schools, colleges, other public and private buildings and facilities Emergency Shelters

By listing and maintaining current contact information, these types of organizations can help save lives.

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The State Emergency Medical Advisory Committee (SEMAC) approved a proposal to allow basic life support emergency medical services agencies and certified first responders to carry Intranasal Narcan (naloxone hydrochloride). It is sprayed into the nostrils to reverse respiratory depression caused by an overdose of opioid-based drugs such as prescription painkillers and heroin.  When approved by the director of the Bureau of EMS and the Commissioner of the Department of Health, BLS ambulance and first responder agencies can carry and administer intranasal Narcan. As there already is a “Friends and Family” intranasal Narcan program in several states, a “Public Access Narcan” program similar to the AED and Epi Auti-injector programs will be developed, as was done with epinephrine autoinjectors.


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