QUEEN'S PARK, Aug. 10 /CNW/ - Hudak's health care hypocrisy is in full
swing today. Committed to removing grassroots voices from community
health care decision-making, Ontario Conservatives champion more
Tim Hudak and the Ontario Conservative Party advocate an annual $2
billion cut to Ontario's health care system.
Tim Hudak served as Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Health
under the Harris government - and worked to close 28 hospitals, get
rid of 7,110 beds, and fire 6,200 nurses.
The previous Conservative government ignored the needs of local
communities, and made all decisions about health care from Queen's
Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) were created by the McGuinty
government to give communities a local voice in health care decisions
which have a direct impact on local patients-ultimately resulting in
Appointments to the LHIN boards are advertised online and open to
applicants with health care and management expertise.
All LHIN appointments are subject to review by all-party committee. Of
all appointees called to committee, the Conservatives have supported
3/4 of applicants.
Tim Hudak's agenda for health care is clear - cut more than $2-billion
in annual funding for frontline health care. When it comes to health
care in Ontario, Hudak just doesn't get it.
SOURCE Liberal Caucus Service Bureau
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