Many Challenges Remain For Health Authority

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  • Certainly there are many situations existing where improvement in governing is desirable but things could be/become worse.Par example; currently we have the likes of Polieve and Alexander contemplating becoming leader of the Conservative Party of Canada…The probability of either being successful seems remote but, on the outside chance that either one of them was, our current problems would dwarf very quickly and the legendary ‘good ol’ days’ would take on a very ‘bright shine’…

    bobmackenzie | October 29, 2016 | Reply

  • it would appear that the McNeil gov’t made a mistake and did something correctly

    bill | September 30, 2016 | Reply

  • Bill, the Health Authority has spent a pile of money defending their mismanagement of the Dr. Horne situation. One of the problems in NS is attracting and retaining physicians. Apparently, there are no applications for the vacant position of Professor and Head of the Dalhousie Department of Medicine. The treatment of Dr. Horne may give pause to physicians considering a career in NS.

    Ron Gregor | September 30, 2016 | Reply

    • Thanks Ron. I think that situation is one that the Health Authority inherited. Most of that spending so far pre-dated it. That said, it does not reflect well on the system.

      Bill | September 30, 2016 | Reply