Long-Term Care – King’s Latest Privatization Effort: Neil

April 11 2024, Oyster Bed):  Michelle Neill, Leader of the Island New Democrats, is very concerned, as are many other Islanders, with the King government’s approach to give private long-term care operators $25 million dollars to open 54 beds for seniors across the Island. “Following decades of Liberal and Conservative failure to address insufficient provision of…

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Urgent action overdue on physician access crisis

The departure of three Charlottetown doctors from their practices highlights the ongoing, and growing, physician access crisis on Prince Edward Island, adding thousands more Islanders to the officially recognized 23,000 names on the patient registry list (Doctors leaving practice, June 14). All Islanders are hurting, even the fortunate ones who have family doctors, due to…

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King Must Order a Public Inquiry on Rural Emergency Health Care

The untimely death of a West Prince man in recent weeks, associated with a more than one hour wait for an Ambulance, and EMS life-saving expertise came as a shock to most Islanders, but sadly, not a surprise to rural residents.  The King government must immediately commission a public inquiry on Emergency Medical Services for…

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