Paramedics Test Direct Response Project

Speedy treatment for heart attack patients is saving lives and getting rave reviews locally


 
 

SimCoe.com | | Thursday, November 1, 2007


ONTARIO, Canada -- The County of Simcoe Paramedic Services teamed up with Southlake Regional Health Centre, Royal Victoria Hospital, and Stevenson Memorial Hospital, to launch a program that ensures individuals suspected of having a heart attack receive the best possible care.

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