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Emergency Medical Service


Too many Marylanders do not have a primary care physician, either because they lack insurance, information, or access to care, or feel that they do not need one. Evidence shows that many long-term health problems develop over time, and access to primary care can improve outcomes and prevent dangerous conditions later.  Having served on the Health Government Operations Committee for the past 8 years, Sid will push for investments in primary care clinics and services to improve public health and reduce long-term costs.


Maryland Loan Assistance Repayment for Nurses and Nursing Support Staff (SB696)

Behavioral Health Crisis Response Services - 9-8-8 Trust Fund (HB293

Public Health - Maryland Suicide Fatality Review Committee (HB48)

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