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Have you been diagnosed with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), Congestive Heart Failure (CHF), Pneumonia, Diabetes or are at risk for falls?
Ask for a referral today
Talk to your primary care provider about a referral to the Community Paramedic Program provided by Harris Regional Hospital EMS.
What is the Community Paramedic Program?
The Community Paramedic Program is dedicated to members of Jackson County and expanded access to the vital health care they need. The program allows licensed paramedics to assist in the provision of health care alongside a participant’s primary care provider.
Once enrolled in the Community Paramedic Program, patients have improved access to care by way of home evaluations and social needs assessments that have not been available previously. Paramedics that administer care through this program work closely with a patient’s primary care provider to ensure they are receiving the exclusive, quality care they require and deserve within the comfort of their own home.
The Community Paramedic Program is available to those that have been diagnosed with COPD, Congestive Heart Failure, Pneumonia, Diabetes or at a high risk for falls. For more information about the Community Paramedic Program, ask your primary care provider for a referral
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