- Date: 05/04/2023
A collaboration between UC San Diego Health and 211 San Diego, a region-wide, non-profit referral service that connects anyone living…
Community paramedicine is expanding nationwide, including in rural areas, as health care providers, insurers and state governments recognize its potential to improve health and save money.
Sandra Lane said she has been to the emergency room about eight times this year. The 62-year-old has had multiple falls, struggled with balance and tremors, and experienced severe swelling in her legs.
A paramedic recently arrived at her doorstep again, but this time it wasn’t for an emergency. Jason Frye was there for a home visit as part of a new community paramedicine program.
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