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June 18, 2013

CLSC

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The CLSC’s are an integral part of the Quebec  health and social service centres  (CSSSs).
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They provide Free health and social services on their premises, but also in schools, at work and at home. The Quebec CLSC services for the people within the CLSC’s territory include:
  • routine health and social services (nursing care, blood tests, vaccinations, morning-after contraception, etc.)
  • preventive or medical services (medical consultations with or without an appointment)
  • rehabilitation and reintegration services; and
  • public health activities.

 

Sadly not all the CLSC’s are managed the same, as there are some that are very poorly managed and very inadequate still.  That is the same fact with the Hospitals in Montreal too.

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This CLSC in Rosemount, Montreal has undeniably been the best, they have provided excellent services for my aged mother and many others for many years too but in the end even their serviceses had degenerated.
CLSC  DE  ROSEMONT  2909, rue Rachel Est Montréal (QC) H1W0A9
téléphone 514-524-3541
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Wera Kambulow (4)
I  had posted here  my views of the Rosemount CLSC   nurses..

Subsequent to this one of the CLSC  nurses in my home had asked me to lobby to get more money for the Nurses.. This is not a normal request and not a rightful  demand by any CLSC nurse.  Let her stay with her job solely. And  it is not the Nurses Job also now  to act as a Doctor, to question what the Doctor has told me personally to do in regard to my own diabetes control ,  that of myself or of my  mother.. rather she can contact the doctor herself.. and learn from him..
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Note Insulin recommendations levels   given by Doctors  given   by needles are not like Pills where you make just them. Needle based insulin has to be adjusted  by all diabetes patients too according to the persons sugar level and also adjusted  to how the patient   actually eats.. I follow the Doctors specific instructions now and not the Nurses..
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Please note the same nurse  had often complained to me she is overworked and understaffed.. so what have I do do with that? Maybe she is trying to be a doctor and not a Nurse
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See also
The reality about Canada’s Medicare “The Untouchables”.
Did you ever notice how the ostrich health ministers refuse to basically address the perverse, pretentious Medicare
Canada’s medicare
THE GREAT DEBATE. PRIVATE OR SOCIALIZED MEDICARE.
Canada Pretentious Medicare
New stricter rules for private seniors’ homes are on the way.
So you think you may enjoy your retirement  instead of being  ”  MURDERED IN HOSPITALS
Shit disease, C. difficile-related deaths highest in recent years is still totally unacceptable
Truths we all have to face, deal with sooner or later even in 2013
doctors, nurses, hospitals, triages in Montreal, Quebec
ADMITTED  NEGLECTED, MANSLAUGHTER LEADS TO SLAP ON THE WRIST FOR QUEBEC NURSES 4 YEARS LATER
https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2011/10/24/as-to-how-bad-the-nurses-are-in-quebec-presently-and-in-the-past/
More competent doctors are needed and not more useless nurses or more beds
The Liberals in Quebec undeniably are known to be too soft on abusers, criminals, bad doctors and bad nurses, bad civil and bad public servants as well
What is driving Canada’s health costs?  Bad doctors, bad Nurses, bad Adminstrators.
Bad MDs, nurses blame solely the Quebec government for ER crisis
–  Quebec French Hospital CHUM  also under review for money abuse
and the Quebec corruption gravy train went on and on.
* List of Montreal CLSC

* For a list of Island of Montreal CLSCs, see the directory below.

Territory of CSSS d’Ahuntsic et Montréal-Nord

Territory of CSSS de Bordeaux-Cartierville – Saint-Laurent

Territory of CSSS Cavendish

Territory of CSSS du Coeur-de-l’Île

Territory of CSSS de la Montagne

Territory of CSSS de Dorval-Lachine-LaSalle

Territory of CSSS Jeanne-Mance

Territory of CSSS Lucille-Teasdale

Territory of CSSS de l’Ouest-de-l’Île

Territory of CSSS de la Pointe-de-l’Île

 Territory of CSSS de Saint-Léonard et Saint-Michel

October 31, 2010

What is driving Canada’s health costs? Bad doctors, bad Nurses, bad Adminstrators.

 

So how many of you do know that even medical personnel, hospitals  administrators, doctors, nurses, technicians, orderlies need to be still supervised daily, often? As there are really good hospitals and really bad ones..

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IT IS A SAD CANADIAN REALITY THAT TOO OFTEN THE HOSPITALS DO EVEN A PRETENTIOUS MEDICAL SERVICES, AND THE PEOPLE WHO COMPLAIN THE LOUDEST MAY TEND TO GET A BETTER SERVICE..  https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/12/19/season-greetings-and/  

 https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2011/02/23/the-unacceptable-realities/

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Unions, Medical Societies, Doctors and nurses falsely shut up cause they are part of the problem..    Dream all you want but next still when reality hits you it may hit you really hard.. Pie in the sky means pie in the face next likely too.. A rosy picture about doctors, nurse, medicine will not cover up the reality when you next need real medical care from the doctors, nurse,  hospitals and do personally find out too late what it is really like, too often poor and pretentious and why? Nurses, technicians, Physicians especially they generally don’t earn any more for working evenings or weekends so they choose to work only bankers’ hours  So much for the myth that Doctors became doctors cause they do care about people, they are merely greedy monetary pigs it still seems.. https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/12/09/all-of-the-governments-canada-wide-are-to-blame-for-perpetuating-the-health-care-mess-our-health-care-systems/

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 It is absolutely ludicrous as we often read for any news reporter to say that getting more doctors and pay them more money or privatization will basically solve our medical care problems. There are serious other medical management areas that continually need to be revied, looked into too.
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 As you get older you tend to have more medical sickness, problems and thus you tend to have more experiences with Hospitals, doctors, and nurses, emergency departments. For a start:
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1 Now undeniably garbage input in means garbage output as well. If you hired a bad medical director, bad ombudsman, a bad doctor, a bad nurse, bad worker, you will get bad results next still, which sadly often is still the case.Better management of our doctors and their monitoring their actual capabilities  is still need here firstly too. . While I  personally do hold doctors as one of the most essential medical professionals it is also still firstly still absurd to say that all doctors are equally competent, capable in fact. I can honestly , safely say that 80 percent of the doctors I had encountered, dealt with in the last 50 years  were incompetent, pretentious unable to specially help me with my serious medical problems, and I had too often resort to go to elsewhere, and that means a lot of wasted medical costs as well in the process.
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2 Now the doctors do really not only rely on their educations, experiences to adequately help their patients, but a doctor tends to be too often useless with out the proper medical support, medical laboratories personnel, and the related  medical testing now as well. And this is why most really sick people do even need to still go to the Hospital, emergency department to get the overall adequate medical services and that basic  fact will not change.
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3: As a doctor’s temporary replacement also the demand and expectations placed on the nurses now too is unrealistic, unacceptable. Too keep their jobs and to insure raises nurses may tend to go along with their unrealistic working conditions..
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Your basic general Hospital nurse has 3 functions.. to perform routine medical examinations on the patients, hand out their medications, and to act as orderlies meeting all of the patients needs as well.. a balancing act they find difficult to do given the number of patients they need to look after. They generally do not get adequate support personnel now in this area as well.
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4 Finally doing nothing good about any of this will insure that  Medicare will fail overall.. and that seems to be the approach of many of our provincial, federal health ministers still too and it is still always unacceptable.
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Useless Watchdog ready to handle ER probes
OTTAWA – A new survey says Canadians use emergency rooms more than people from 10 other countries, mainly because they can’t get access to their regular medical care during weekends and evenings.The survey — by the Health Council of Canada in conjunction with international groups — shows that nearly half the respondents who went to emergency rooms in the past two years could have been treated at their usual place of care, if service had been available.By contrast, in Germany, only a quarter of respondents said they were stuck going to emergency because no one else was available after hours.Canadians also rank at the bottom when it comes to landing a doctor’s appointment the same day or next day when they get sick or need quick attention.100 questions posed to about 20,000 randomly-selected people across 11 countries in the spring of 2010. The questionnaire was led by the Commonwealth Fund.
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Although Canadians take great pride in their country’s health-care system, they have a hard time accessing health care after-hours and are often forced to turn to emergency departments for care when their family doctors are unavailable, The Health Council of Canada’s survey, “How Do Canadians Rate the Health Care System,” used information from the Commonwealth Fund International Health Policy Survey to determine both Canadian views of their health-care system and how Canada’s health-care system compares with those of other countries surveyed http://www.torontosun.com/life/healthandfitness/2010/11/19/16221491.html
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You do not need health surveys, polls to confirm what I have been writing now about our Canadian health care system all year. There are too many incompetent quacks pretending to be doctors so people with serious sickness have to go to the emergency rooms at hospitals where they find out that the specialist, good doctors work generally 9-5 on weekdays only..
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Firstly It is misleading to say that the lack of Hospital beds is the sole problem..
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Do you even  know what the actual patient waiting time  is to see a cardiologist  for example outside of the hospital, or an eye doctor, or a  skin specialist, a knee specialist  for a start?
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Having been to the emergency about 7 times at least this year alone with my senior father there are 3 things essential for all for a start  to note..
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1 People who are seriously ill cannot generally  be helped by their family doctors, cause they  still generally  do not have the essential medical skills or even access to the essential medical tests..
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Only hospital tend to have the best, essential testing equipment, medical personnel .. so the lack of emergency room or hospital beds  here  now is not the sole problem..
in reality rather the root problem is the lack of hospital staff to test the sick people 24 hours per day and seven days a week since the good hospital staff, medical technicians and doctors  tend to work 9-5 and  five days a week only.. and this is the root problem
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Generally too many inadequate, pretentious medical test are also still being done initially too by the family doctors and emergency rooms one too.
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2 What the lack of emergency and hospital  beds now also means though is that the patient cannot firstly get medically diagnosed and get get their blood tests done within the first 4 hours..
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so they can if needed be put into an emergency bed for 48 hours and next if needed.. transferred to the Hospital bed for 10 days at the most where more medical  tests can be done…
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what we here also really still do need is not more beds.. but hospital medical testing facilities to be available 7 days a week, 24 hours per day..
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3 The lack of proven, skilled medical personnel is still problem especially, especially   in emergency rooms and elsewhere..
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for instance inexperienced, nurses and inexperienced  doctors should not be allowed to look after  the patients in the emergency room.. Reality   rather here  we need qualified and experienced medical personnel here and   24 hours per day and seven days a week here.. which too often is not the case too…
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4 Now I myself have been to the emergency room at least 5 times the last few years.. 
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Note this I had 5 different doctors at the same hospital give 5 different reason for my sickness initially and none of them were right.. the actual sickness was determined only after I was admitted and serious testing done..
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In many  other instances the emergency room could not help me or others cause they did not have at all the proper medical experts available at all in the emergency room.. since they tend to  too often concentrate, specialize in recognizing  heart attacks, cancer , broken bones mainly  it seems.
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> You make some excellent points here.

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So what then is really behind health-care inflation? The answer would seem to have more do with political decision-making than demographics. As Chris Kuchciak, CIHI’s manager of health expenditures puts it, provincial governments, afraid of runaway health costs, cut back in the early 1990s. Then, in the wake of widespread clamour over crowded emergency rooms and long waiting lists, politicians started pouring more and more money into health budgets in the late 1990s and early 2000s, he said. The fastest growing area of spending lately, by the way, is doctor incomes – projected to reach $26.3 billion this year – followed by drugs, now reaching $31 billion.  http://news.nationalpost.com/2010/10/29/maybe-the-aging-population-isnt-driving-health-costs-after-all/

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 SO WHO, WHAT ARE THE MAIN  CAUSES OF OUR INADEQUATE MEDICARE (CANADA)? Bad doctors and bad Nurses, bad Hospital administrators, bad health Ministers.. and Putting more money in an unsupervised bucket full of holes was a ludicrous management approach…

and what are the solutions.. from the sole called experts.. more money? REALLY you got to be kidding now

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Almost since my first job after graduating from university I had learned that people are not to be trusted, THEY ALL DO need to be supervised, even Professionals, cops, civil and public servants too now,  and corruption still exists in construction, universities, Hospitals, municipalities, governments, corporations, amongst professionals and politicians as well  WHEN IT COMES TO MY PERSONAL HEALTH OR ANYONE’S I STILL RIGHTFULLY DO NOT ACCEPT PRETENTIOUS, INADEQUATE MEDICAL SERVICES. Or any neglect, abuses!  ABUSES EXISTS. If they were hiring appropriately trained staff and providing ongoing staff training and support, including criminal PROSECUTIONS AS WELL  they are not going to have this many  reported incidents  IN HOSPITALS, OLD AGE HOMES.

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The adequate Treatment for Canada’s failing health system firstly is criminal prosecution and jail for the bad doctors, bad nurses for failing to help the sick people adequately and having enforced, Real management, supervision of doctors, nurses, medical and hospital workers.  One of the too many false reasons too many patients die in Hospitals is that almost none of the medical staff feel any personal, real, negative repercussions themselves.   

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Just the tip of the iceberg.. and bad Hospitals, bad doctors, bad administrators like this one abound in Canada in reality.. unacceptable. Fire them all.. Public exposure and rightful prosecution of the bad, guilty persons serves everyone’s best interest, the bad persons included. Unacceptable still 

https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/10/25/health-reform-merely-not-just-a-political-agenda/

 https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/06/14/professionals-what-a-joke/    

The adequate Treatment for Canada’s failing health system, Jail  

Too many Doctors are mainly selfish, self centered, want to get rich fast 

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 No one  really checks on the quality, essentialism, effectiveness  of the work provided as well..

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It is impossible to say whether Canada’s medicare system is providing value for money because governments are making little effort to measure performance, the federal Auditor-General says.  Nevertheless, she noted that there are “significant gaps in performance reporting so, no, we don’t know if we’re getting good value for money.” For example, Ottawa will transfer $25.4-billion to the provinces and territories this year through the Canada Health Transfer. (That accounts for a little less than 20 per cent of the $128-billion in public spending on health care; private spending accounts for another $55-billion annually.) Ms. Fraser noted that those massive cash transfers come with no strings attached and little monitoring.
 
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Citizens also now must have the right to sue the governments, and the Ministers, doctors, nurses, hospitals, administrators  for not meeting their own Health care obligations  even for their grossly inadequate provision of health care .
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When a Montreal Verdun Hospital doctors, nurse often says to the  patients as I have witnessed   I cannot do anything  to help you, go to your own doctor when you go home and tell him about it, that is not providing adequate medical aid.   Just the tip of the iceberg.. and bad Hospitals, bad doctors, bad administrators like this one abound in Canada in reality.. unacceptable. Fire them all.. Public exposure and rightful prosecution of the bad, guilty persons serves everyone’s best interest, the bad persons included. Unacceptable still http://thenonconformer2.wordpress.com/2010/05/30/a-pretentious-medical-care-system-in-quebec/
 
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Associated Press – November 13, 2010 11:35 AM ET RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – A Richmond hospital has reopened its neonatal intensive care unit after a staph bacteria outbreak that claimed the life of 1 infant and sickened 10 others. The Richmond Times-Dispatch reports that the MRSA outbreak shut down the newborn intensive care unit at CJW Medical Center’s Chippenham hospital for five weeks. Hospital spokeswoman Karen Nelson says one child died.  http://www.wset.com/Global/story.asp?S=13496645 
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Unnecessary B.C. hospital deaths Wed Apr 7, 9:02 PM  VANCOUVER (CBC) – Two patients at Nanaimo Regional General Hospital have died after an outbreak of the C. difficile bacterium. Thirteen other patients are also infected with the so-called superbug, according to the Vancouver Island Health Authority. The authority said Wednesday that the two patients who died were elderly and had underlying medical conditions. The latest death occurred Tuesday and is suspected to be due to the bacterium, while the other patient died April 1 from a confirmed C. difficile infection. The bacterium causes flu-like symptoms and severe diarrhea. This is the third outbreak of C. difficile at the hospital in the past two years. Hospital staff are now wearing protective clothing such gloves and gowns, and cleaners are using stronger disinfectants to try to contain the outbreak. http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/cbc/100407/canada/canada_britishcolumbia_bc_c_difficile_nanaimo_deaths
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Now this too common still dark ages shit disease spreading in hospitals  is mainly due to poor housekeeping, the bad cleaning of the hospital toilets, one not washing one’s hand  and one using a contaminated phone  too. Clostridium difficile (C. difficile) is the one of the leading pathogens causing hospital-acquired infection  . It may cause diarrhea, colitis, sepsis and lead to prolonged hospitalization and death.
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PETERBOROUGH, Ont. – A hospital in Peterborough has stopped admitting patients to one of its units after an outbreak of three different bacteria. Peterborough Regional Health Centre is investigating several cases of C.difficile, MRSA and VRE. There have been 11 cases of MRSA since Nov. 5. The first of seven C.difficile cases dates back to Oct. 22. There are two cases of VRE.   Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) is a bacterium responsible for several difficult-to-treat infections in humans. It may also be called multidrug-resistant Staphylococcus aureus or oxacillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (ORSA).  http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/capress/101113/national/bacteria_outbreak
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MRSA is, by definition, any strain of Staphylococcus aureus bacteria that has developed resistance to beta-lactam antibiotics which include the penicillins (methicillin, dicloxacillin, nafcillin, oxacillin, etc.) and the cephalosporins. MRSA is especially troublesome in hospitals where patients with open wounds, invasive devices and weakened immune systems are at greater risk of infection than the general public. MRSA strains of bacteria can be found worldwide. In general, healthy people with no cuts, abrasions, or breaks on their skin are at low risk for getting infected. However, the bacteria can be passed from person to person by direct contact with infected skin, mucus, or droplets spread by coughs. Indirect contact also can spread the bacteria; for example, touching items like towels, utensils, clothing, or other objects that have been in contact with an infected person can spread the bacteria to other uninfected individuals. One major problem with MRSA is that occasionally the skin infection can spread to almost any other organ in the body. When this happens, more severe symptoms develop. MRSA that spreads to internal organs can become life threatening. Fever, chills, low blood pressure, joint pains, severe headaches, shortness of breath, and “rash over most of the body” are symptoms that need immediate medical attention, especially when associated with skin infections.
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Normal skin tissue in people usually does not allow MRSA infection to develop; however, if there are cuts, abrasions, or other skin flaws such as psoriasis (a chronic inflammatory skin disease with dry patches, redness, and scaly skin), MRSA may proliferate. Many otherwise healthy individuals, especially children and young adults, do not notice small skin imperfections or scrapes and may be lax in taking precautions about skin contacts. This is the likely reason MRSA outbreaks occur in Hospitals and in diverse types of people such as school team players (like football players or wrestlers), dormitory residents, and armed-services personnel in constant close contact.  People with higher risk of MRSA infection are those with obvious skin breaks (for example, patients with surgical or traumatic wounds or hospital patients with intravenous lines, burns, or skin ulcers) and people with depressed immune systems (infants, the elderly, or HIV-infected individuals) or those with chronic diseases (diabetes or cancer). People with pneumonia (lung infection) due to MRSA can transmit MRSA by airborne droplets. Health-care workers as a group are repeatedly exposed to MRSA-positive patients and can have a high rate of infection if precautions are not taken. Consequently, health-care workers and patient visitors should use disposable masks, gowns, and gloves when they enter the MRSA-infected patient’s room.
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One of the too many false reasons too many patients die in Hospitals is that almost none of the medical staff feel any personal, real, negative repercussions themselves. One of the best way that I have discovered to get to know what a  person is really like, is work with him  just for one whole day,.. and   what   you now saw next.. lying, bullying, control freak..
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Many persons who are fed up with the APPARENT INADEQUACIES even in the socialized medicine would like us to believe that a private medical system is better… and that is mere wishful thinking.. for even in a private system there are too often the same inadequacies, even for the same reasons, the apparent lack of supervision of medical personnel and services, and   Profit-hungry hospitals are also overcharging consumers an estimated $10 billion a year in the US. Some deliberately work to keep bills indecipherable.  That’s what Nora Johnson found when her 56-year-old husband, Bill, underwent hip-replacement surgery in 1999. The cost of the operation was $25,000.   Knowing that her family would have to pay a percentage of the costs, she requested an itemized bill. $129 for a box of tissues. “Like the charge for newborn blood tests and a crib mobile. That stopped me in my tracks,” recalls Johnson. “As far as I know, my husband never had a baby.”  But making sure that you are charged correctly can be a daunting task. “That’s what Richard Clarke found out firsthand shortly after his father died in 2000. Despite the fact that he is a former hospital chief financial officer, Clarke admits, sorting through the bills took him a year. In the end he found $2,000 in errors. And, according to a 1998 study of hospital billing procedures, they go to extraordinary lengths to discourage patients from delving too deeply into their bills.”

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Yes, you can buy medical insurance to protect yourselves financially against medical emergencies. But will the services, coverage be there when you need it? Nevertheless, experts still do next say reviewing your bill for overcharges is vital. “For one thing, if you are required to pay some of your hospital expenses, either as a deductible or a co-payment, overcharges will come out of your pocket.   What’s more, most insurance plans have a cap, meaning, “Money siphoned off by errors or fraud can chip away at your lifetime total,” says Tom Brennan, Blue Cross/Blue Shield’s director of special investigations. Your credit rating may be at risk too. “Hospitals have become very aggressive about collecting money,” says Nora Johnson.”
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Now  we all have heard the phrase “here to serve”.. but dream on if you are dumb enough to believe that.. most people still are self serving to start of with.. The world is full of self serving persons and  Liars, who even  often lie to themselves too, there are too many persons  with a hidden agenda, sometimes not too hidden ones, such as self promotion, financial gains are too often amongst the top of their goals still. Most of us tend not to believe everything we hear, but most of us are still gullible and do too often get taken in Don’t Believe Everything You Read, or see, even if it is writing,  especially if it is a preacher or a politician it now seems.. not even too many of the so called professionals.. Not just in Churches, amongst the police, politicians, civil and public servants, I have never seem so many lying, mental people in one place like I have amongst the medical workers I have dealt with this year in  in Hospitals, convalescent, old age homes who really do delude themselves too often about their self importance and the positive role they are functioning in.  When a medical professional cannot see what they are doing now is simply  so wrong they themselves do now need real professional help too. 

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SO WHO, WHAT ARE THE CAUSES OF EVEN OUR INADEQUATE MEDICARE (CANADA)? Bad People AS WELL!

Do also see
National Health Care Anti-Fraud Association
http://www.nhcaa.org/eweb/StartPage.aspx 

What is Health Care Fraud 

Report Fraud 

Stop Medicare Fraud

http://moneycentral.msn.com/content/insurance/insureyourhealth/p74840.asp

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It is a sad fact of life that even in Quebec that unless you are murdered, violently treated, that when you are abused, robbed, slandered, mistreated, or whatever do not expect the pretentious governments to come to your help or the pretentious self servicing  police for generally you are on your own.. The governments and the police mostly will not solve any problems because for the most part they are the cause of the continuation of most of the problems. They and their related civil and public servants  are liars and thieves who even falsely do  take the tax payers pay, money for managing the heath care system but next instead do almost  nothing good in reality..
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Public spending on physicians has become the fastest-growing expense to Canada’s health-care system, a trend sparking growing calls for an overhaul to the payment system for doctors.” Doctors are paid for each consultation they provide or surgery they perform, which provides a perverse incentive to do more even when it may not be warranted, The incentive is to do the surgery, not necessarily to do the surgery on the person who really needs the surgery.” http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/payments-to-mds-to-top-26-billion/article1776182/  

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No one  really checks on the quality, essentialness, effectiveness  of the work provided as well..
 
 
  
           

October 25, 2010

Health reform, merely not just a political agenda

  
People lie to me all the time, professionals now too, Doctors, nurses, ombudsmen, lawyers, notaries, realtors, pastors, priests, cops, RCMP, Politicians, civil and public servants too.. None of it is acceptable too.
   
Uncaring, pretentious governments certainly  will still not solve the ongoing Medicare health care problems the last many decades now too   Many persons in Canada, Canada wide  are dealing with staff shortages, long wait times for surgery and overcrowded emergency wards, Even the Conservative government now has  had how many YEARS to address the  Health Care System problems. All of the the successive governments in the last 50 years have been failing in this are even year after year. https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/08/11/canada-pretentious-medicare/
 https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/10/11/in-bc-also-demand-resignations-terminations/
 
“People are waiting not just for months, sometimes for years, for hip and knee replacements and other surgeries. We’re just pouring money into a black hole. We need to look at the actual system itself and fix what is not working” “ Reform, reform, reform-that’s the word politicians are constantly using when it comes to paying for healthcare. What they mean of course is “reduce”. “When politicians talk about health reform, they are usually about to gut the hell out of it. This government’s previous performance regarding healthcare has been abysmal. They have cut and cut and cut. IMHO the only reform they intend for healthcare is to reform it into a private system. “  http://www.cbc.ca/canada/edmonton/story/2010/10/24/edm-legislature-health-care.html
 
Health care reform that firstly means now having seriously a better supervision of all of  our Hospital adminstrators, doctors, nurses and now also holding them personally and criminally accountable for their errors, wrong doings. 
 
Citizens also now must have the right to sue the governments, and the Ministers, doctors, nurses, hospitals, administrators  for not meeting their own Health care obligations  even for their grossly inadequate provision of health care .
 
Many persons who are fed up with the APPARENT INADEQUACIES even in the socialized medicine would like us to believe that a private medical system is better… and that is mere wishful thinking.. for even in a private system there are too often the same inadequacies, even for the same reasons, the apparent lack of supervision of medical personnel and services, and   Profit-hungry hospitals are also overcharging consumers an estimated $10 billion a year in the US. Some deliberately work to keep bills indecipherable.  That’s what Nora Johnson found when her 56-year-old husband, Bill, underwent hip-replacement surgery in 1999. The cost of the operation was $25,000.   Knowing that her family would have to pay a percentage of the costs, she requested an itemized bill. $129 for a box of tissues. “Like the charge for newborn blood tests and a crib mobile. That stopped me in my tracks,” recalls Johnson. “As far as I know, my husband never had a baby.”  But making sure that you are charged correctly can be a daunting task. “That’s what Richard Clarke found out firsthand shortly after his father died in 2000. Despite the fact that he is a former hospital chief financial officer, Clarke admits, sorting through the bills took him a year. In the end he found $2,000 in errors. And, according to a 1998 study of hospital billing procedures, they go to extraordinary lengths to discourage patients from delving too deeply into their bills.”
 
Yes, you can buy medical insurance to protect yourselves financially against medical emergencies. But will the services, coverage be there when you need it? Nevertheless, experts still do next say reviewing your bill for overcharges is vital. “For one thing, if you are required to pay some of your hospital expenses, either as a deductible or a co-payment, overcharges will come out of your pocket.   What’s more, most insurance plans have a cap, meaning, “Money siphoned off by errors or fraud can chip away at your lifetime total,” says Tom Brennan, Blue Cross/Blue Shield’s director of special investigations. Your credit rating may be at risk too. “Hospitals have become very aggressive about collecting money,” says Nora Johnson.”
 
Now  we all have heard the phrase “here to serve”.. but dream on if you are dumb enough to believe that.. most people still are self serving to start of with.. The world is full of self serving persons and  Liars, who even  often lie to themselves too, there are too many persons  with a hidden agenda, sometimes not too hidden ones, such as self promotion, financial gains are too often amongst the top of their goals still. Most of us tend not to believe everything we hear, but most of us are still gullible and do too often get taken in Don’t Believe Everything You Read, or see, even if it is writing,  especially if it is a preacher or a politician it now seems.. not even too many of the so called professionals.. Not just in Churches, amongst the police, politicians, civil and public servants, I have never seem so many lying, mental people in one place like I have amongst the medical workers I have dealt with this year in  in Hospitals, convalescent, old age homes who really do delude themselves too often about their self importance and the positive role they are functioning in.  When a medical professional cannot see what they are doing now is simply  so wrong they themselves do now need real professional help too. 

SO WHO, WHAT ARE THE MAIN  CAUSES OF OUR INADEQUATE MEDICARE (CANADA)? Bad doctors and bad Nurses, bad Hospital administrators, bad health Ministers.. and Putting more money in an unsupervised bucket full of holes was a ludicrous management approach…

 and what are the solutions.. from the sole called experts.. more money? REALLY you got to be kidding now… 

Almost since my first job after graduating from university I had learned that people are not to be trusted, THEY ALL DO need to be supervised, even Professionals, cops, civil and public servants too now,  and corruption still exists in construction, universities, Hospitals, municipalities, governments, corporations, amongst professionals and politicians as well  WHEN IT COMES TO MY PERSONAL HEALTH OR ANYONE’S I RIGHTFULLY DO NOT ACCEPT PRETENTIOUS, INADEQUATE MEDICAL SERVICES. Or any neglect, abuses!  ABUSES EXISTS. If they were hiring appropriately trained staff and providing ongoing staff training and support, including criminal PROSECUTIONS AS WELL  they are not going to have this many  reported incidents  IN HOSPITALS, OLD AGE HOMES. The adequate Treatment for Canada’s failing health system firstly is criminal prosecution and jail for the bad doctors, bad nurses for failing to help the sick people adequately and having enforced, Real management, supervision of doctors, nurses, medical and hospital workers. 

 https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/06/14/professionals-what-a-joke/     

The adequate Treatment for Canada’s failing health system, Jail 

Many abuses, errors, deaths, bad   incidents are still undeniably unreported. Ask me about it I saw too many.  When a Montreal Verdun Hospital doctors, nurse often says to the  patients as I have witnessed   I cannot do anything  to help you, go to your own doctor when you go home and tell him about it, that is not providing adequate medical aid.  
 
 Just the tip of the iceberg.. and bad Hospitals, bad doctors, bad administrators like this one abound in Canada in reality.. unacceptable. Fire them all.. Public exposure and rightful prosecution of the bad, guilty persons serves everyone’s best interest, the bad persons included. Unacceptable still http://thenonconformer2.wordpress.com/2010/05/30/a-pretentious-medical-care-system-in-quebec/
 
One of the too many false reasons too many patients die in Hospitals is that almost none of the medical staff feel any personal, real, negative repercussions themselves. One of the best way that I have discovered to get to know what a  person is really like, is work with him  just for one whole day,.. and   what   you now saw next.. lying, bullying, control freak..

SO WHO, WHAT ARE THE CAUSES OF EVEN OUR INADEQUATE MEDICARE (CANADA)? Bad People AS WELL!

Do also see
National Health Care Anti-Fraud Association
http://www.nhcaa.org/eweb/StartPage.aspx 

What is Health Care Fraud 

Report Fraud 

Stop Medicare Fraud

http://moneycentral.msn.com/content/insurance/insureyourhealth/p74840.asp

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It is a sad fact of life that even in Quebec that unless you are murdered, violently treated, that when you are abused, robbed, slandered, mistreated, or whatever do not expect the pretentious governments to come to your help or the pretentious self servicing  police for generally you are on your own..The governments and the police mostly will not solve any problems because for the most part they are the cause of the continuation of most of the problems. They and their related civil and public servants  are liars and thieves who even falsely do  take the tax payers pay, money for managing the heath care system but next instead do almost  nothing good in reality..

Public spending on physicians has become the fastest-growing expense to Canada’s health-care system, a trend sparking growing calls for an overhaul to the payment system for doctors.”Doctors are paid for each consultation they provide or surgery they perform, which provides a perverse incentive to do more even when it may not be warranted, The incentive is to do the surgery, not necessarily to do the surgery on the person who really needs the surgery.” http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/payments-to-mds-to-top-26-billion/article1776182/   

No one  really checks on the quality, essentialness, effectiveness  of the work provided as well..
 
It is impossible to say whether Canada’s medicare system is providing value for money because governments are making little effort to measure performance, the federal Auditor-General says.  Nevertheless, she noted that there are “significant gaps in performance reporting so, no, we don’t know if we’re getting good value for money.” For example, Ottawa will transfer $25.4-billion to the provinces and territories this year through the Canada Health Transfer. (That accounts for a little less than 20 per cent of the $128-billion in public spending on health care; private spending accounts for another $55-billion annually.) Ms. Fraser noted that those massive cash transfers come with no strings attached and little monitoring.
http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/health-care-systems-value-cant-be-measured-auditor-general-says/article1684077/  
  
So what then is really behind health-care inflation? The answer would seem to have more do with political decision-making than demographics. As Chris Kuchciak, CIHI’s manager of health expenditures puts it, provincial governments, afraid of runaway health costs, cut back in the early 1990s. Then, in the wake of widespread clamour over crowded emergency rooms and long waiting lists, politicians started pouring more and more money into health budgets in the late 1990s and early 2000s, he said. The fastest growing area of spending lately, by the way, is doctor incomes – projected to reach $26.3 billion this year – followed by drugs, now reaching $31 billion. http://news.nationalpost.com/2010/10/29/maybe-the-aging-population-isnt-driving-health-costs-after-all/
  

September 3, 2010

Racist Quebecers, JUDGES, Politicians and Ministers tend to be too soft on crimes

 

 

Racist  Quebecers, Politicians and Ministers tend to be guilty of false partiality, are too soft on crimes made by other Quebecers and they do falsely still do prefer to prosecute  the federalists, the English Canadians even those  in other provinces. Explains clearly why very  few Quebec Ministers bother to write to me for a start, and why the Quebec Police are too often lazy, no good cops… but the feds, politicians, civil and public servants included,  are not any better it seems  https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/07/19/it-is-still-a-criminal-act-now/
  
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Subject: Media doggedly pursuing political corruption
 
Media doggedly pursuing political corruption AFP – MONTREAL (AFP) – In the face of a passive political opposition, journalists are increasingly becoming Canada’s top public watchdog with searing investigative reports that have put Quebec’s government at risk and led to the demise of another, observers say.
 
The problem lies largely with the lack of strong opposition parties who are perceived as being part of the system, which is itself suspected of being somewhat corrupt, said Christian Dufour, a politics professor at Quebec’s University of Public Administration in Montreal. Consequently, a new Canadian political tradition has emerged: public inquiries, often established following intense media pressure, leading to explosive revelations at hearings. The result: extremely combative investigative journalism in a country where not making waves is a national trait.”In Canada, media often act as political opposition,” Dufour said.
 
Marc Bellemare, who was Quebec’s justice minister from 2003 to 2004, told a public inquiry on August 24 that he was inspired by Radio-Canada’s investigative journalism show “Enquete” (Investigation) to come forward with accusations of influence peddling in the province’s judicial nominations. He first alleged that the ruling party’s bagmen in those years wielded undue influence on various government nominations, including judicial appointments, when he was interviewed on the show in April, prompting Quebec Premier Jean Charest to call a public inquiry.While the facts are still being argued, the Quebec government’s image has taken a battering.
 
Another star of investigative journalism in Canada is an unassuming man who rides his bike every day to the newsroom of Montreal’s French-language daily La Presse.Andre Noel has broken stories on all sorts of scandals in Quebec, where, he says, the mafia’s foray into politics provides endless fodder for his writings. His biggest “scoop” was the discovery that an influential federal minister, Alfonso Gagliano, was once the bookkeeper of a powerful Montreal mafia boss, Agostino Cuntrera.Gagliano was forced to resign after he was implicated in the sponsorship scandal. Cuntrera was shot to death in Montreal in June.

Noel also uncovered that water meters were offered for sale to Montrealers at three times the price of those in Toronto, and that three French firms — Generale des Eaux, La Lyonnaise and Bouygues — had secretly vied to privatize the city’s water services.

But the province’s leader in investigative journalism remains Radio-Canada’s “Enquete,” hosted by Alain Gravel.

Employing nine journalists, the show has uncovered several cases of corruption and collusion, notably between politicians and the province’s construction sector.

Gravel’s most amusing discovery, he recalled in an interview with AFP, was that of a code involving golf terminology in fixing public works contracts.

“Talking about the fourth hole meant that the price offered should be four million dollars,” Gravel said.

“Our role is that of guard dog. When the police, the judiciary, the political system works well, we’re not needed. If they talk to us, it’s because there’s sand in the machinery,” he said. http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/afp/100903/canada/canada_politics_justice_media

Do see
  • https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/09/18/canadas-prime-minister/
  • https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2008/03/08/bad-ministers/
  • http://anyonecare.wordpress.com/2008/05/25/quebec-canada/
  • Canada’s Health Care fiascos
  • Big bad Mother Bell is still so greedy
  • The RCMP is still the big bad wolf in sheep clothing.
  • THE GREAT DEBATE. PRIVATE OR SOCIALIZED MEDICARE.
  • Canada Pretentious Medicare
  •   https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/09/04/rcmp-officer-threatened-critic/
  •   

    MONTREAL – A former Liberal party official convicted on corruption charges has seen his sentence dramatically reduced by a Quebec court. The Quebec Court of Appeal ruled today that Benoit Corbeil should serve 12 months of house arrest rather than the 15-month prison sentence he was initially given for corruption and fraud. Corbeil also won’t have to repay the the Liberal Party of Canada the $117,000 he admitted to having defrauded from it. Corbeil was the director-general of the party’s Quebec wing when he faked a series of invoices in 1999 and 2000. He was sentenced in 2009 after pleading guilty to drafting the invoices and having received a $50,000 kickback in 1997. http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/capress/100915/national/crime_sponsorship

    MOVE TO QUEBEC, JOIN THE LIBERAL PARTY AND GET YOUR PRISON SENTENCE REDUCED.. 

    MONTREAL – The Quebec government demanded an apology from Maclean’s magazine on Friday . This week’s cover calls Quebec “the most corrupt province in Canada,” The opposition Parti Quebecois has, in fact, protested the cover. But it also says the current Charest government makes it pretty hard for it to defend Quebec, given of its plethora of political scandals. But Maclean’s wasn’t apologizing…. the magazine said, “but we think that the articles should be read and judged based on their own merits of fair and credible journalism.” Two articles in the magazine’s Oct. 4 edition aim to answer the question of why so many political scandals originate from Quebec — looking at a lengthy list of issues that have dogged the Charest government in recent years and also examining provincial scandals since the 1930s. The article makes brief references to the three B.C. premiers who were turfed by scandal within a decade, and to the dozen members of Saskatchewan’s Devine government who were charged in an expense-account scam in the 1990s. But it offers a far more detailed examination of Quebec’s various scandals while pondering the question of why corruption should be so ingrained in one political culture. The article examines the Duplessis reign, the construction scams of the 1970s, the Mulroney era, and the federal sponsorship scandal. It also points to more recent allegations of corruption at Montreal city hall and the current Bastarache inquiry investigating allegations of impropriety in the naming of Quebec judges. “The slew of dodgy business is only the most recent in a long line of made-in-Quebec corruption that has affected the province’s political culture at every level,” Maclean’s Martin Patriquin writes. “It raises an uncomfortable question: why is it that politics in Canada’s bete noire province seem perpetually rife with scandal?” http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/capress/100924/national/macleans_bashes_quebec
      
      He got what he deserved clearly  Charest blasts Maclean’s over article  The Canadian Press – Wed Sep 29, 12:53 PM    He Premier Jean Charest of Quebec can clearly now complain all he wants but the damage has been done, the horse have been let out of the barn, and the hay dispersed abroad.. too late to try to get it all back.. a good name is worth more than silver and gold as he too now will find out.. not nice to have other people despising you.. not at all.. He Premier Jean Charest now does not like the world wide negative publicity he got.. but somehow he and his MLA’s seem to still have a hard time listening and dealing with the citizens concerns.. I have yet to receive one decently reply, response to the rightful hundreds of letters of complaints I myself now have sent to the Quebec government this year alone as you all already do know as well Actions speak louder over words.. now how many crooks are the governments really going to put i jail.. or just complain about the publicity they get for doing nothing good again and again and for decades now too.

    My local Quebec MLA’s seem to be so busy chasing the mighty dollar they say they are too busy to talk to me and seem too often to forget about me often, they had not even replied to any of my last letter to them the whole last year now too..

    One of the best way that I have discovered to get to know what a  person is really like, is work with him  just for one whole day,.. and   what   you now saw next.. lying, bullying, control freak..

    One of the too many false reasons too many patients die in Hospitals is that almost none of the medical staff feel any personal, real, negative repercussions themselves.  That also includes the too many bad cops we seem to have now too, and bad civil and public servants too, bad politicians..

    September 1, 2010

    Canada’s Health Care fiascos

     

    Now about the abortion of adults, seniors… Too many doctors, nurses, medical staff  in Canada in reality they do not do all they can to help a sick persons and do instead let them rather suffer, die due to the incompetence, neglect, laziness, indifference   of the medical workers, unions, self regulating medical societies.  https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/02/15/quebec-doctors-want-a-legal-pardon-for-their-murders-of-citizens-patients/

    Harper’s government ignores the looming health care crisis Vancouver Sun – – ‎Aug 31, 2010‎  While it is largely a provincial matter, Ottawa is heavily involved in its funding and the Conservatives will pay a political price for ignoring it.  The Harper Conservatives have taken a different approach, emphasizing health care is a provincial responsibility. They’ve avoided becoming involved in any health-related debate, be it about Quebec’s new user fees or mushrooming private clinics in Quebec and Western Canada.  While it’s true that health care is provincial, Ottawa foots the bill for a significant portion of health spending, administers the Canada Health Act and plays a role in overseeing and coordinating the health system. Harper knows difficult decisions lie ahead with respect to medicare and that potentially divisive debates on the sensitive subject could force the government to pay a heavy political price. Certainly not the sort of thing the PM wants to see in advance of a fall parliamentary session when people are musing about a possible election.  The current policy of avoidance makes for cunning politics but extraordinarily bad planning.

    Need to read more?

     http://thenonconformer.blogspot.com/2010/02/mcgill-medical-doctors-in-montreal.html

    https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/08/14/the-great-debate-private-or-socialized-medicare/

    https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/08/11/canada-pretentious-medicare/

    https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/08/03/the-adequate-treatment-for-canadas-failing-health-system/
     
    http://postedat.wordpress.com/2008/11/08/report-card-failed-canadas-hospitals-and-health-ministers/
     
    https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/07/19/it-is-still-a-criminal-act-now/
     

    More funding for Aging at Home services Hamilton Spectator  Seniors’ services in the vast Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) area are getting $29 million more a year for programs aimed at reducing seniors’ emergency room visits and hospital stays and keeping them in their homes as long as possible. 

    Cash no cure for nursing home gridlock Ottawa Citizen

     
     Funding helps North’s seniors Sudbury Star
    NorthernLife.ca – Exchange Morning Post – Kawartha Media Group – 580 CFRA Radio
     
     
    To: Sylvie Théroux   O/Ref.: 09-19389  Information Officer   Pcitoyen 
     
    Deal now properly with these bad people.. RSVP Thank You.
     
    Let me be very clear to you those liars, the Hospital Ombudsman, those mostly still   imposters, pretenders this year at the McGill Royal Victoria Hospital, at the Montreal west Island Hospital and now those at the Montreal Verdun General Hospital none of them in 6 months have handled any of many many written complaints properly, they all rather they lied, covered up my detailed and witnessed medical inadequacies in there hospitals,   the Hospital Ombudsman all to date   were all overall totally useless in their verbal and written replies to me  and none, none of this was is, acceptable. What was the point of having these all lying, useless and  pretentious ombudsman now?
      
    No one can  deny the wrong doings I have seen at this hospital and now have detailed to all many times in writing too. but what good will you do about it still. And what part can you not understand, read, but the whole world can read it on the net..
      
    WHEN IT COMES TO MY PERSONAL HEALTH OR ANYONE’S I RIGHTFULLY DO NOT ACCEPT PRETENTIOUS, INADEQUATE MEDICAL SERVICES.  All it takes for bad persons to continue to do their wrong doings is for good people not to do anything. Now ask each Hospital  at the McGill Royal Victoria Hospital, at the Montreal west Island Hospital and  those at the Montreal Verdun General Hospital for a copy of all of my written complaints to them and then see their useless replies as well and fire all these ombudsmen for a start ASAP too.
     
    Please also do note that after having written dozens of letters of complaints to both of the Ombudsman this year
     
    – at the Montreal West Island General Hospital this year in regard to my father, and also other patients now too, 
     
    – and at the Montreal McGill Royal Victoria Hospital now too in regard to my father and myself now too specially about their medical inadequacies, unacceptable patient abuses that I had witnesses and detailed in writing on the net too now at this hospital as well   I also next still never got one decent, fully reply  to my letters from both of the Ombudsman I dealt with and this also was never acceptable.
     
    – the Montreal medical establishment had falsely, criminally, immorally failed for the last 3 years in my witness to provide adequate medical care to my senior father   as I have rightfully  detailed to them in writing and to all of you many times.  
     
    – the doctor at the Montreal Verdun Hospital emergency department had incompetent failed to deal adequately with the  infections this year on my feet the last few months, an infection that I still do have and when I complained to the useless pretentious Hospital Ombudsman face to face C. Dion she told me she was not required to provide me proper medical services and if I was unhappy I can go elsewhere. Unaccepable.
     
    PS: Thank you for contacting Health Canada. Your message has been received. We will get back to you as soon as possible.
     
    Actions speak louder over mere lying words still too

      Sent: Friday, September 03, 2010 3:02 PM 
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    Subject: The clearly pretentious incompetent Quebec ombudsman

    Attention: Quebec Premier Jean Charest

     Quebec’s totally still unacceptable Medicare services, Pretentious, inadequate Ombudsman Sylvie Théroux   O/Ref.: 09-19389  Information Officer, Quebec Ombudsman   

     The clearly pretentious incompetent Quebec ombudsman I have talked to by phone directly today at 2:45 pm, with the clearly inadequate Ombudsman Sylvie Théroux  who visibly   is looking to bass the buck to elsewhere, and does not read my correspondence to her even,  still  she also wants me to do her work, plus  she wants from me a more simplified complaints for my father  months of being abused by the inadequate Montreal Quebec medical establishment, while he was even a ward of the state, abused by the doctors and nurses, social workers  at  3  hospitals and 2 old age convalescent homes. What an unreality dreamer, ostrich she is now who fails to admit that their own  poor past house cleaning now  has led to existence of more of  these detailed inadequacies now as well. She now says someone else will get back to me. I had already told her to contact all three hospital ombudsman, to get their poor, unacceptable  replies to my complaints and fully review them too.     Now I have detailed already many times now all this in writing many times too before to all of  the Hospital ombudsman, to the convalescent home directors, my local Liberal MP, my local Liberal Member  of the legislature, to  the Prime Minister Stephen Harper, to the Quebec Health, social services and Justice ministers, to the Quebec Ombudsman  as well  and also to Canada’s major news editors as well  the last 7 months even.   Now let it be clear I have written many many times my complaints to the Ombudsmen, ministers and I have yet to get one decent review on these matters this year.. and I still do want to know what rightfully and specially was done about each one of all of these past rightful complaints. Let them do the adequate work there are all  being paid to do as well. RSVP Thank you.

    Copy to Health Canada | Santé Canada

    Ottawa, Canada K1A 0K9  info@hc-sc.gc.ca

    Telephone | Téléphone  (613) 957-2991

    Toll Free | Sans Frais  1 866 225-0709

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    CONSUMER PROTECTION FROM BIG, BAD TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND BAD  OIL AND GAS FIRMS FIRMS, THE BAD RCMP AND HEALTH CARE INADEQUACIES ARE STILL NOT BEING ADEQUATELY ADDRESSED  SO THE MAIN FEDERAL POLITICAL PARTIES ARE THE SAME THUS  BOTH MAIN PARTIES ARE STILL UNACCEPTABLE TO MOST CANADIANS.

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    One of the too many false reasons too many patients die in Hospitals is that almost none of the medical staff feel any personal, real, negative repercussions themselves.  That also includes the too many bad cops we seem to have now too, and bad civil and public servants too, bad politicians..
     
    One of the best way that I have discovered to get to know what a  person is really like, is work with him  just for one whole day,.. and   what   you now saw next.. lying, bullying, control freak..
     

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