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Nurse attacked while leaving Regina General Hospital

WATCH ABOVE: After a Regina nurse was beat up on the way to her vehicle after work, other nurses say a hospital parking crunch has become a matter of public safety… 513 more words

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Doctors Parking

True Stories from the Frontlines of Medicine

I’m old enough to remember when physicians in general–and surgeons in particular–were held in high regard.  I mean, we used to have our own parking spaces and free coffee in the doctor’s lounge.   1,171 more words

Surgery

Hospital parking: Patients meet the Ministry

Hospital parking has become an issue for the Ministry of Health and Long-term Care (MOHLTC) in Ontario. I attended a meeting last week to hear what patient groups had to say about reducing the cost of parking for patients and families who make frequent or extended use of hospital parking lots. 475 more words

Sholom Glouberman

A designated parking space for moving in to long-term care

At Patients Canada, patients and those close to them partner with health care providers and others to help improve patient and family experience.

We always begin by receiving and listening to the experiences that patients and families have. 583 more words

Canadian Healthcare

Parking policy from the patient and family perspective

Last week we started to identify some policies that are meant to improve patient experience in health care. Parking costs are a good example of a policy area that is of concern to patients, but one that they are usually excluded from. 876 more words

Canadian Healthcare

Patient developed health care system

Several weeks ago I wrote that according to the World Health Organization’s definition, we do not have universal healthcare coverage in Canada. I also said that as far as I could tell, we are the only country in the industrialized world that does not have universal coverage. 1,034 more words

Canadian Healthcare