Better Care, Sooner

Under the leadership of Brian Pallister, Manitobans are getting better care, sooner.

It seems that not a week goes by without our PC government making a health care announcement.

Update: May 16, 2019:

Our PC government will implement recommendations made in a quality assurance assessment of planned changes within the Winnipeg health region, including the transition of emergency departments to urgent care centres at Concordia and Seven Oaks hospitals!

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We’ve opened new Rapid Access to Addictions Medicine (RAAM) clinics.

We’ve dropped ambulance fees by $160 and on on track to fulfill our promise of a 50% reduction in 2019.

We’ve opened the new Grace Hospital Emergency Room that’s five times bigger than the old one.

We’ve reduced ER wait times in Winnipeg by 25% since August 2015.

We opened a new MRI machine in Dauphin.

We're hiring 12 new nurses at St. Boniface Hospital and Health Sciences Centre to accommodate the growing number of babies being born at the facilities.

... the list goes on!

Experts have told us that the health care system in Manitoba is not sustainable without significant change.

We are reforming health care to ensure better care sooner for you and your family. By concentrating hospital resources, investing in emergency services, reducing ambulance fees and hiring more paramedics, you will:

  • Receive faster care through shorter ER wait times
  • Get the right care at the right time at the right place
  • Spend less of your money should you need an ambulance

Manitobans deserve better health care - sign if you agree: