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  • Ron Tizzard
    September 02, 2013 - 07:39

    We do not live in a cookie-cutter world, people. The medical system in this province, including private practitioners are next to none...generally speaking. I say generally speaking because the system is operated by human beings, for human beings....as much as we all try for best outcomes...DO, DO will happen sometimes, more often for some than others; at the end of the day, we have all felt degrees of the pain of a medical service not being there at our beck and call. In an Emergency setting...our medical services and those who provide the services are next to none. In a NON-Emergency setting ...our medical services and those who provide the services are next to none. Nay-Sayers, stop your moaning, thank God for the wonderful medical services we have...I say thank you to each and every member of our Health Care services from our general practitioners to our...911 staff ....emergency staff....and ward nursing staff, Lab staff, housekeping and kitchen staff...on, and on, and on...! Thank you.

  • Jaques
    August 29, 2013 - 15:18

    I know a young lady that doesn't know what it's like to be on a wait list for a specialist, a test or a procedure. Why? Her father is a doctor. Nuff said. (I guess those who 'have'.. DO!)

  • david
    August 29, 2013 - 14:28

    When you have no other experience in life, what you do have often seems fine. Apparently back in the day, one could find a few slaves in Mississippi who actually thought they had it pretty good.

  • Aub
    August 29, 2013 - 13:06

    I've been waiting almost a year for minor surgery(at least the Health care system considers it minor). I have no problem with the care received when one gets there. It's getting there is the problem. Nothing has changed since the arrival of Miss Kaminsky.

  • saelcove
    August 29, 2013 - 10:49

    I had to wait 6 months for an mri do you know some one