We at the Strategies to Coordinate Overdose Prevention Efforts (SCOPE) are proud to highlight the hard work of the City of Bethlehem Emergency Medical Services (EMS). Under the leadership of Jeffrey Fritz, Paramedic Supervisor, they have been able to have their entire full-time staff complete the SCOPE First Responders training program. Working alongside the Bethlehem […]
We believe that, with the proper tools and resources, first responders can make a positive impact on the ongoing opioid epidemic and save lives. SCOPE Statewide has made a commitment to training as many fire departments, EMS personnel, police officers, and all other first responders (and associated agency staff) through the summer. To demonstrate this […]
McKean Hose Fire Company in Erie County hosted an in-person training in March that captured 21 attendees!
Northeast EMS of Pennsylvania is partnering with the SCOPE Statewide team to host virtual trainings for the region on 4/7/2021 and 6/7/2021. Contact us for information on how to join these sessions!
The SCOPE Statewide team is now offering technical assistance to EMS agencies in Chester County to help streamline their overdose and naloxone administration data collection procedures.
SCOPE welcomed Chip Franklin to the team on December 7th. With 30 years of experience working as a paramedic, Chip offers a critical perspective to the work of the SCOPE Statewide team. Starting in 2021, Chip will facilitate SCOPE Statewide training sessions.
Cranberry Township EMS trained 24 staff on the SCOPE Statewide Curriculum in December. We’re prepped and ready to hit the ground running in 2021 thanks to the data submitted by the Cranberry team.