Fewer nurses in the emergency Louiseville

compter-debut-mai-urgence-centre(Louiseville) From the beginning of May, the urgent-Avellin Dalcourt Center Louiseville will have to deal with a staff reduction among nurses and nursing assistants. The news is far from happy the Nurses Union, respiratory therapists and nursing assistants of Coeur-du-Quebec, which held a demonstration outside the emergency Louiseville Tuesday morning to denounce the situation.

The announcement was made to staff in the past hours. Those affected will be met individually in the week of April 4 and abolition will be in early May. Although we do not know yet exactly how many positions will be affected, the SIIIACQ already talk of a disastrous decision that will directly affect the user services.

“Directors and meet the performance requirements of the Couillard government and the Minister of Health, Gaétan Barrette, which simply compare the size of these institutions and the number of employees, regardless of the realities and constraints of environments in which they operate, “says the union president Andrée Guillemette.

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