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In 2010, SyMedica began to provide weekly interventions for nurses, emergency medical technicians, and medical technicians who were experiencing substance abuse or mental health impairments for two state professional’s health programs. We readily found that the vast majority of these frontline healthcare professionals could not afford even a modest monthly expense for monitoring their recovery. So, SyMedica refused to turn an applicant down for treatment. Since 2010, SyMedic...a has provided over 49,00 individual interventions to nurses, EMT's, medical technicians, and other healthcare professionals.

We have a special place in our hearts for these professionals. In an average 12 hour shift, the average nurse, EMT, or medical technician lifts approximately 1.8 tons of bedridden patients. As a profession, 64% of the professionals suffer from chronic pain, yet are discouraged from seeking treatment, as the vast majority of the professionals are single parents and need employment.

The time has come to turn to partners in healthcare who care about the plight of so many hurting colleagues. In healthcare, there is a specific procedure code for services rendered to patients without a physician but by nurses or medical assistants. It is a Current Procedure Code “99211” office visit. Medicare reimburses a medical clinic on the average $19.96 for the basic nursing care visit.

As we take this initiative nation-wide, SyMedica is asking healthcare professionals, healthcare institutions, and individuals who have a special place in your heart for a special nurse, EMT, or medical technician to donate monthly the reimbursement of at least one nurse for one service provided to a patient which is rounded to $20.

In return, SyMedica will apply donations we receive to provide interventions for pre-screened needy front line deserving healthcare professionals. We will also provide a professionally required continuing education course up to 3 hours duration to ANY nursing professional per year. SyMedica has been an approved provider of healthcare continuing education for nurses under the approval of the Florida Division of Medical Quality Assurance since 1997.

SyMedica is in an alliance with the American Academy of Professional’s Health Programs to deliver the appropriate interventions, congressional Washington, DC-based lobbying, and educational opportunities.

Please consider our request so we can continue to expand our care.

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