‘We won’t go back’: Manitoba to proceed with Seven Oaks Hospital transition – Winnipeg

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A brand new report on Manitoba’s well being care system says total confidence and morale is declining amongst Winnipeg nurses.

The writer of the report, employed by the province as a non-public advisor, is Dr. David Peachy.

He was requested to assessment modifications made up to now to Winnipeg’s hospitals as a part of part two of the Pallister authorities’s well being care overhaul.


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Peachy says the conversion of Seven Oaks Hospital’s Emergency room to an Pressing Care Centre, which is scheduled for September, must be paused instantly.

“I personally want to see the Seven Oaks modifications delayed. I want to see them put a pause on this whole transformation to cease and kind out the problems we’ve,” says Darlene Jackson, president of the Manitoba Nurses Union.

Regardless of the report, Manitoba’s well being minister, Cameron Friesen, says the modifications at Seven Oaks will proceed as deliberate.


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“They stated that we must always return and unwind every little thing. We gained’t return,” stated Friesen at a information convention on Monday.

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Earlier this month, Concordia Hospital’s ER was changed with an Pressing Care Centre, regardless of pushback from the Manitoba Nurses Union.

“We understand that in lots of circumstances, this has meant disruption for nurses — however not just for nurses,” Friesen stated. “So we had 17 nurses meet with David Peachy. They expressed they’re in want of sustainable circumstances within the work place.”


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The nurses’ union says total workload and rising extra time hours are elements that should be addressed earlier than any additional modifications happen.

“The quantity of extra time and the workload that’s associated to those modifications, staffing, and nursing shortages are very annoying,” Jackson says, “and the very fact that you’re not capable of present that high-quality care you have been educated with and that Manitobans deserve is annoying as properly.”

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