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Patient stuck in Halifax ER for two weeks

A long-term care patient who occupied an emergency department bed in a Halifax hospital for roughly two weeks “isn’t a new problem,” says Chris Parsons.

“There’s been no significant increase in the number of long-term care beds in the province in close to six or seven years,” said the provincial co-ordinator for the Nova Scotia Health Coalition.

There were no available beds in the hospital or othe…

Read the full story at The Chronicle Herald

SOURCE www.thechronicleherald.ca

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