Overview

The following section includes data on naloxone distribution by the Philadelphia Department of Public Health and the Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services and naloxone administered by first responders.

Naloxone Distribution

The following section shows the doses of naloxone distributed by the Departments of Public and Behavioral Health to law enforcement agencies and other organizations during July 1, 2017 – June 6, 2018. It is important to note that the Departments of Public and Behavioral Health do not distribute naloxone to the Philadelphia fire Department/EMS or provide all naloxone doses used by the Philadelphia Police Department.

Naxolone Distributions

Naloxone Administration

Real Time Crime Center Reporting

The following section includes maps that show naloxone administrations reported to the Philadelphia Police Department’s Real Time Crime Center by Philadelphia Police Department, Philadelphia Fire Department/EMS, SEPTA Police Department, and Prevention Point Philadelphia personnel. This data represents unintentional non-fatal overdoses for which naloxone was administered from July – July 2018.



Heroin Arrests By Quarter
Heroin Related Arrests UCR Code

EMS

The following section includes data on naloxone administration by Philadelphia Regional Emergency Medical Services (EMS). Data shown is complete through March 31, 2018.

There are limitations to this dataset. First, data represent unique events during which naloxone was administered and do not reflect number of doses of administered. Second, naloxone administration is not a perfect proxy for an opioid-involved overdose. There are instances in which naloxone is administered and is unsuccessful at reviving someone, and similarly, there are occasions in which EMS is called to respond to an overdose that does not require naloxone administration.

Number of Individuals EMS Naxolone Admissions
EMS Naxolone By Hospital
EMS Naxolone Transfer Hospital
EMS Naxolone By Age
EMS Zip Code Map
EMS Naxolone Administation

Police

The following section includes data on naloxone administration by Philadelphia Police Department. Data shown are complete through March 31, 2018.

There are limitations to this dataset. First, data represent unique events during which naloxone was administered and do not reflect number of doses administered. Second, naloxone administration is not a perfect proxy for an opioid-involved overdose. There are instances in which naloxone is administered and is unsuccessful at reviving someone, and similarly there are occasions in which the Philadelphia Police Department is called to respond to an overdose that does not require naloxone administration.

Philadelphia TB Case Count, 2005/2016