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Improving Healthcare

From one corner of the province to another, Nova Scotians agree that health care should be at the forefront of the government’s agenda. We agree.

Here’s what we’re doing to invest in a heath care system for all Nova Scotians:

The latest healthcare news . . .

When our kids go to school, we want them to be able to focus on their studies. Having access to fundamental necessities like pads or tampons at school isn’t something our students should ever have to worry about. That’s why our Liberal government is announcing......

If you’ve ever had to relocate for work, you know that a job decision is oftentimes a family decision. Where would I like my kids to attend school? Can my partner carry on their career in the move? Urban or rural? Can I still do......

Every day in our province, there are people working diligently behind the scenes, getting us ever closer to new, innovative, state-of-the-art health care facilities on Cape Breton Island. Today we’re excited to officially unveil designs and even more project details for the new community health centre, long-term care facility and laundry facility in North Sydney, new community health centre and long-term care facility in New Waterford, and a 10-bed hospice in Membertou....

Whether working in a bustling ER, or providing support to patients in long-term care facilities, there’s no question: nurses are an essential part of our health-care system. With nearly 15,000 nurses in our province, they make up the largest portion of our provincial health workforce....

As part of our commitment to training more doctors here in Nova Scotia, the new North Nova Family Medicine Teaching Site opened today in Truro. Government is adding 25 new residency spaces across Nova Scotia, 10 of them in family medicine and 15 for specialists. Six of the new family medicine residencies are located at the new Truro site....

This year’s balanced budget shows our continued investment in inclusive-education, with an additional $15-million earmarked for more on-the-ground resources and training supports for students with complex needs....

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