Building A Plan To Work Together To Save The Welland Hospital

Save Our Welland Hospital Campaign Holding April 14th Information Meeting

News from the Niagara Health Coalition, a Niagara, Ontario citizens group advocating for quality, publicly funded health care

Pelham, OntarioThe Niagara Health System has already faced some of the most devastating hospital cuts in Ontario. It proposes to close four more community hospitals including the Welland site.

Niagara, Ontario's Welland hospital site

Niagara, Ontario’s Welland hospital site

The 94,000 residents living in the Welland hospital catchment area will not be well served. Residents will join the Coalition to discuss local health care concerns and to help plan the fight-back campaign.

What: Community Meeting Regarding the impact of the hospital closure and local health concerns.

Who: Niagara Health Coalition, Ontario Health Coalition, Save Our Welland Hospital

Speakers: Natalie Mehra Executive Director, Ontario Health Coalition

              Sue Hotte, Niagara Health Coalition

Where: Pelham Public Library – Fonthill Branch, 43 Pelham Town Square, Fonthill

When: Thursday April 14, 2016

Time: 6 pm

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2 responses to “Building A Plan To Work Together To Save The Welland Hospital

  1. Too little Too late…How come Dunnville managed to save their hospital? And where were our politicians?

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  2. The Dunnville hospital is under threat as are all Ontario hospitals. Already physiotherapy services have been privatized and are no longer available in house.

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