The National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians (NAEMT) was hit with a lawsuit from Do No Harm, an organization that opposes the politicization of medicine, over a scholarship program that discriminates against white people.
The suit from Do No Harm, filed this week, alleges that the association violated federal law by barring white applicants from a “diversity scholarship” set up to award $1,250 to four students studying to become emergency medical technicians. The scholarship has been removed from the organization’s website following the lawsuit’s filing.
“The National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians is given the important responsibility of training America’s first responders,” said Dr. Stanley Goldfarb, Chairman of Do No Harm.”Like all aspects of healthcare, training the best and brightest to provide the best care for patients should be the primary concern of all medical organizations, not the skin color of an EMT.”
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