Town Hall Meeting Seeks Input to Improve Health Care Services in Wakaw and Surrounding Area

A Town Hall meeting organized by the Concerned Citizens of Wakaw and SEIU-West will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 27th, 2011, to discuss the future of health care services in the Wakaw area.

Invitations have been extended to the Saskatoon Health Region, Minister of Health Don McMorris, local SaskParty MLA Delbert Kirsch, Municipal leaders and others.

“Of course it would be ideal to have all interested parties in the room for this meeting, as we remain hopeful that the group can formulate a plan to ensure effective health care for the citizens of Wakaw and area,” said SEIU-West President Barbara Cape.

Who: Concerned Citizens of Wakaw and Surrounding Area SEIU-West Members, Representatives and Leaders

Date: Wednesday April 27, 2011

Time: 7:00 pm

Location: Wakaw Recreation Centre

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SEIU-West represents approximately eleven thousand health care providers across the province. They include special care aides, licensed practical nurses, diagnostic and therapeutic technologists, food services workers, laundry, housekeeping and activity personnel, maintenance, sterile processing workers, operating room technologists, maintenance personnel, and administrative and clerical staff, among others.

CONTACT:

Christine Miller, Communications Coordinator SEIU-West – 306.370.4990

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