After breaking the story of the proposed night
closing of the local Southampton hospital Emergency Room scheduled
for September, which appears to becoming a trend in the health care
system, the Saugeen Times has followed the events as they have
Readers can follow this issue at
www.saugeentimes.com Some, but not all of the articles are
listed below as links.
LHIN meeting as a whole
Maureen Solecki, Interim President and Chief
Executive Officer of the Grey-Bruce Health Service
talked at length with residents of Saugeen Shores after the LHIN
meeting in Owen Sound on July 28, 2009
to the Editor from an attendee on July 29.
recent editorial in the Saugeen Times and the Southampton
Residents Association (SRA) Annual General Meeting (AGM) energized
some people to attend the LHIN(s) meeting in Owen Sound on Tuesday,
July 28th. A large contingent travelled from Southampton as a result
of their reading, in the Saugeen Times about Saugeen Shores' Mayor,
Mike Smith's, comments at the SRA meeting held at the Bruce County
Museum and Cultural Centre, Saturday, July 25th .
31/07/2009 05:54 PM
Since the story broke over two months ago, the facts have not changed,
but further articles have been published:
In addition to the above, further information can be
read by going to the 'Search Site' at the top of the index on the Times.
Of particular interest also, are the activities in Kincardine (See
www.kincardinetimes.com ). Entering "Friends of Kincardine
Hospital" under 'Search Site, will produce some 67 references to
their work as a group in Kincardine.
The Saugeen and Kincardine Times will continue to follow the issue
of local health care.