After a three-year campaign by New Jersey residents, including sepsis survivor and Family Council member Nicole Taylor and her family and the Rory Staunton Foundation, New Jersey has agreed to Mandatory Sepsis Protocols in ALL NJ hospitals! This is what we work so hard to achieve!
But we're not there yet....
The New Jersey Department of Health is soliciting public comments on the proposed regulations. Comments will be accepted through August 18th – and it's absolutely essential that we make our voices heard. Anyone can comment, but the voices of New Jersey residents are the most critical, so please pass this information along to friends and family living in the state.
This is SO important, so please take a moment to urge Health Commissioner Bennett to adopt mandatory sepsis protocols for ALL hospitals in New Jersey and start saving lives.
Follow this link and select "Proposed New Rule: N.J.A.C. 8:43G-14.9 | Hospital Licensing Standards – Infection Control: Sepsis Protocols" to post your comment in support of mandatory protocols:
ALL New Jersey residents deserve life-saving sepsis protocols in ALL hospitals - NOW!
Help us make New Jersey #SepsisSafe
Read more about New Jersey's road to sepsis protocols in NJ Spotlight HERE.