Three R.I. hospitals standardize addiction, overdose treatment

SOUTH COUNTY HEALTH and CharterCARE Health Partners have adopted standardized addiction and overdose treatment/ BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/KIYOSHIOTA
SOUTH COUNTY HEALTH and CharterCARE Health Partners have adopted standardized addiction and overdose treatment/ BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/KIYOSHIOTA
PROVIDENCE - Gov. Gina M. Raimondo’s Overdose Prevention and Intervention Task Force has recognized South County Health and CharterCARE Health Partners for adopting standardized addiction and overdose treatment in their emergency rooms and hospitals. Three hospitals, Roger Williams Medical Center and Our Lady of Fatima Hospital (owned by CharterCARE) and South County Hospital (owned by South County Health) began…

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