Critics say Canada too slow at improving health care

08/11/2009 | Toronto Sun

In the five years since Canada began a decade-long plan to improve health care in the country -- specifically to reduce wait times and improve access to care -- little has been done to address the shortage of nurses and physicians, critics say. Nursing groups say Canada has a shortage of 16,000 nurses, which means longer wait times for patients and more postponed surgeries.

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