Minister Dubé made a stopover in Rivière-du-Loup to promote his government’s health plan and support the candidate, notably through a visit to the Le Saint-Louis retirement home.
Amélie Dionne, if elected, will be committed to developing the hemodialysis department at the Rivière-du-Loup hospital, which is no longer sufficient to meet needs.
She claims to have raised the issue with Minister Dubé.
I will make it a priority when I am elected on October 3rd to increase the ministrysaid Amelie Dionne.
For his part, Christian Dubé explained the two objectives of his plan to improve the healthcare system: to attract more staff and to decentralize services.
CAQ candidate Amélie Dionne stressed that decentralization is the “cornerstone” of this plan.
” It is important to dissolve and restore the autonomy of our healthcare institutions. »
Whether it’s the Rivière-du-Loup hospital, the Notre-Dame-du-Lac hospital or the Trois-Pistoles hospital, I think our employees are best placed to make decisions for the benefit of our patients., the candidate continues. She proposes strengthening local services to better meet the needs of an aging population spread over a large area.
I have made a commitment to health professionals to meet with them from time to time to take a close look at the pulse of the reform we are undertakingsays the candidate.
Upgrading the work of health workers
Health and Social Affairs Minister Christian Dubé added that work organization needs to be reviewed. In his opinion, the upgrading of jobs should not only affect nurses, but all employees, including doctors.
” You have to be able to stop working in silos. »
We saw it during vaccination. We increased the number of professionals who can vaccinate and suddenly we were able to provide an unparalleled level of service and Quebecers have never been so well served in the vaccination process. It’s a bit like having to repeat it at all stages of healthbelieves Christian Dubé.
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