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Premier Wynne is going to improve the healthcare system by hiring 3500 nurses, The Siver Times, May 12th 2018

Posted: May 12, 2018

 | May 12, 2018 | News |

Премьер Уинн собирается улучшить систему здравоохранения, наняв 3 500 медсестер (ФОТО)

The Ontario government, headed by liberals, is obliged to hire 3 nurses 500, as stated by the Prime Minister of Ontario, Kathleen Wynne on Thursday, may 10.

“Registered nurses are at the forefront of Ontario with an improved health care system,” said Quinn, making the announcement at the hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. She stood on the dais, adorned with the slogan “Care instead of reductions.”

According to a press release, to work in hospitals plan to hire 2 500 registered nurses.

Proposed by the liberals provincial budget for 2018 includes an increase in funding of hospitals 4.6%, or $822 million. It also included promises to hire a registered nurse for each of the 627 long-term care for patients in Ontario. However, it is not clear where will the money for it.

Natalie Mehra, Executive Director of the Coalition of health Ontario, with caution to the Prime Minister.

“A small infusion of money in an election year is a good start, but it’s not the end of history, and cannot be,” she told reporters.

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