Musings —02.16.2011 04:04 PM—
But I’m certain Rocco Rossi will fix it all up for him!
Inside the low-rise office tower overlooking the Queensway near Blair Road, Dr. Wilbert Keon, former heart surgeon and recently retired Conservative Senator, chided Hudak for speaking in generalities.
“ I have no idea what his plan is and a general statement like doesn’t make sense to me at all,” said Keon, who started his tenure as chairman of the Champlain LHIN board of directors last week. “The big mistake in health care in Canada is there is too much centralization, too many mega-facilities and not enough attention to services at the local level.”
“I’m a card-carrying Conservative but my love for health care transcends my political persuasions,” Keon added. “I have agreed to do whatever I can to help local health networks make the necessary adjustments to streamline the system as a whole.”
Keon added that he was waiting for the Conservatives to demonstrate they have a plan for the money that would be freed up by scrapping the LHINs, which have a mandate to streamline health care at the local level.