NH GOP - ICYMI: FIRST RESPONDERS ENCOURAGED BY AYOTTE, GATSAS

General Manager Of American Medical Response In New Hampshire Cites Work By Ayotte, Gatsas
 
Union Leader: Christopher Stawasz: "Amid This Crisis, Hope Is Growing" "However, amid this crisis, hope is growing. All around us, energized and determined public officials, emergency responders, health providers, and educators are coming together in an all-hands-on-deck approach to ending this crisis, mobilizing action at the local, state and federal levels." (Christopher Stawasz, Op-Ed: "All hands on deck to combat heroin epidemic," Union Leader, 8/26/15)
 
Union Leader: Christopher Stawasz: "Encouraged By Sen. Kelly Ayotte's Legislation" "So far in 2015, AMR paramedics have administered almost 1,000 mgs of naloxone to overdose victims in Manchester. We have trained fire departments in both Nashua and Manchester and were further encouraged by Sen. Kelly Ayotte's legislation earlier this year to protect those who administer naloxone from prosecution." (Christopher Stawasz, Op-Ed: "All hands on deck to combat heroin epidemic," Union Leader, 8/26/15)
 
Union Leader: Christopher Stawasz: "We Are Also Working Working With Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas" "We are also working with Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas on his recently released "60-Day Heroin Action Plan," where we'll be continuing our aggressive use of naloxone, and working together to develop solutions around education, prevention and treatment that can help lessen the scourge of opioid addiction in New Hampshire." (Christopher Stawasz, Op-Ed: "All hands on deck to combat heroin epidemic," Union Leader, 8/26/15)
 
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