‘Dire’ ambulance shortage leaves Westman in the lu

2022-04-05
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The Manitoba Association of Health Care Professionals is sounding the alarm after rural areas of the province saw more than 17abstractVisible,000 hours where ambulances were out of service and unavailable to assist Manitobans in an emergency last October — the ripple effects of which have been felt throughout WestmanThe province wher.

The union, representing more than 800 rural paramedicsThe U.S., it turns out our pandemic experience may not be much better than i, received a copy of the October 2021 Medical Transportation Coordination Centre Ground Report that pointed to the 17,000 hours of no ambulance coverage in rural ManitobaThe attention of deputy education minister Nancy Naylor.

The timing marks a five-year high and shows no signs of slowing down due to increasing demand for ambulances and paramedic staffing shortagesThe premier lef, association president Bob Moroz told the Sunin most cases.

“It’s dire. It’s dangerous2020 — 5,324 long-term-care residents had died o. It’s frighteningauthorPageUrl.”

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