The state-appointed regulator of ambulance services in the region has ordered the EMS providers to return their stocks of the painkiller fentanyl and to give documentation of any time they used the drug in the past two years. Memorial Hospital, which coordinates ambulance service for the region and provides medications for them, says there has been an “unauthorized tampering” of the supply of fentanyl, and it’s the subject of a local police investigation.
The state-appointed regulator of ambulance services in the region has ordered the EMS providers to return their stocks of the painkiller fentanyl and to give documentation of any time they used the drug in the past two years. Memorial Hospital, which coordinates ambulance service for the region and provides medications for them, says there has been an “unauthorized tampering” of the supply of fentanyl, and it’s the subject of a local police investigation. Provided
The state-appointed regulator of ambulance services in the region has ordered the EMS providers to return their stocks of the painkiller fentanyl and to give documentation of any time they used the drug in the past two years. Memorial Hospital, which coordinates ambulance service for the region and provides medications for them, says there has been an “unauthorized tampering” of the supply of fentanyl, and it’s the subject of a local police investigation. Provided

‘Unauthorized tampering’: Potent painkiller fentanyl removed from region’s ambulances

October 24, 2015 08:08 AM

UPDATED October 24, 2015 05:41 PM

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