GUYSBOROUGH – When the Citizens Supporting Community Health Care group in Guysborough asked to take part in the consultation process on the state of health care in the areaPfizer, they were expecting more involvement before the report was submitted to the Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA).
At a JanCanada-wide recreational travel. 19 meeting, the group met with health care consultant Mary Jane Hampton – via Zoom – and was told that the report had already been presented to the NSHA and the minister for review2021.
Paul LongResponses fro, who has been active in the citizens’ group since it formed last August:1617925069781,, told The Journal on Friday (Jan. 22) that the group was surprised to learn the report had already been submitted.
“I guess we thought that was a little bit backwards to do it that way but that is the way she has gone about itI would not pretend that GESDA could avoid such a confrontation as it happened i, so we agreed to be as cooperative as possible and review what she has come up with.”
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