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The Rainy River District Social Services Administration Board announced yesterday that Rainy River District Emergency Medical Services has received funding of $165,000 from the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care to develop a “Community Paramedicine” program here, which will see paramedics use their expertise to fill gaps in health-care services with the aim to help seniors stay in their homes longer and live a higher quality of life. DSSAB CAO Dan McCormick, left, Lori Maki, executive vice-president and chief nursing executive for Riverside Health Care Facilities, Inc., and Community Paramedicine co-ordinator Dave Black posed for a picture following the press conference at the DSSAB office.

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