Rural residents deserve decent health care

The Golden Hour can be either a serene and beautiful interlude between darkness and light, or a desperate race against death. It all depends on whether one is a photographer, or a medical first responder. It has long been a standard in emergency care of trauma patients that definitive treatment within the first hour is crucial. After that, the fatality rate goes way up. The clock starts ticking at the moment of injury, before the ambulance arrives, and well before the person arrives at the hospital. Of all the reasons we want our hospital emergency rooms open, this is number one.

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To read the article in paper form,  you can grab it at any of these fine retailers:

  • Kincardine Independent Office (840 Queen Street)
  • Sobeys (814 Durham Street)
  • Macs/Circle K (960 Queen Street)
  • No Frills (3 Philip Place)
  • CTC Gas Bar
  • Kwik K
  • Highway Variety
  • Shoppers Drugmart
  • Finchers (Kincardine)
  • Rexall Pharma Plus
  • Kwik Way (Tiverton)
  • Holyrood Store
  • Amberley Store
  • MacAdams (Ripley)
  • Ripley Pharmacy

Rural residents deserve decent health care was last modified: September 14th, 2023 by Becky Grebenjak

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