Saturday, 22 September 2012

The Brilliance of Bureaucrats

Imbalanced or Unbalanced – You Decide

Is someone in dire need of a map and compass or is this just another brilliant and imaginative case of NHS part two?

The new General Hospital in St. Catharines, just north of the railway tracks and just south of Lake Ontario, is about to be joined by another so-called centrally located hospital mostly east of the first so-called central location!

Worse, there is no direct highway to and from many of the south and west communities, which of course means longer transit time for ambulances.

But, I guess that doesn't matter as long as some get a new hospital in the northeast and to hell with the rest.

To put this scenario into perspective we would simply ask;What would the sentiments have been had the new ‘central’ hospital currently located north of the tracks just west of St. Catharines instead been built south of the tracks just west of Port Colborne?

What would the sentiments be if the proposed new ‘central’ hospital slated for the city of Niagara falls at the extreme eastern boundary of the Niagara region were instead propose for the town of Wellandport near the western boundary of the  Niagara Region?

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