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The Baltimore city fire and ambulance service never turns down a call and must respond, even when many of the calls come from a handful of residents who called over and over again.
Many of those calls tie up medics at the scene and at hospitals. Emergency management crews refer to those patients as frequent fliers, and they’ve identified 115 of them, including Margaret Joyce.
BHCAs Operation Care is making a difference and saving the city money by connecting “frequent fliers” to the care they need in the community.
For decades, Baltimore has had one of the highest rates of heroin addiction in the nation and the demand for heroin treatment exceeds supply. HCAM has several programs that not only address common barriers that prevent city residents from accessing treatment for their addiction we also collaborate with treatment programs, health centers, and doctors to make sure those in treatment are getting any additional healthcare services they need.
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