Laguna Treatment Hospital Medical Director Featured in Washington Post
July 23, 2019
Following the tragic shooting at a methadone clinic in Baltimore, MD, Dr. Paul Little, medical director at Laguna Treatment Hospital was asked to provide a bit more clarity on the inner-workings of methadone clinics based on his years of experience.
“Overall, I think methadone clinics are safe,” said Dr. Little, also noting that employees typically take part in safety training and disaster drills. “However, patients are often feeling miserable, terrible and that can make people desperate.”
While methadone clinics don’t necessarily receive the highest praise, according to the article, the do lead to positive outcomes for patients.
To read more about the incident, visit The Washington Post.
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