Healthcare is Nova Scotians’ biggest concern. Our Action for Health plan is in place, and we’ve been doing a lot of work to address concerns and improve care for Nova Scotians.Over the next two months, Health and Wellness Minister Michelle Thompson, Deputy Minister Jeannine Lagassé and Nova Scotia Health interim CEO Karen Oldfield will hold community conversations with Nova Scotians about the work underway to improve healthcare in your area and across the province.
We have to do things differently if we want better results. It will take time, but government is focused on improving our healthcare system so it is reliable, responsive and ready when Nova Scotians need it.
When will the conversations happen?The Minister, Deputy and CEO will tour the province to meet with Nova Scotians at a series of community open house sessions. They will share information on the work underway across various parts of the health system, and participants will be able to ask questions and hear directly from those responsible for making change happen. Registration is required. For those unable to attend in person, questions can be submitted online for discussion by using the registration link for the session.
Schedule and registrationThe schedule is subject to change. If you register, and your session time is changed, we will email you and let you know. Register at www.novascotia.ca/community-healthcare-conversations
Digby - 5 December 2022 7pm to 9pm
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The Hall (upstairs)
92 Mount Street
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