It has come to this. James Moir, a former president of Maritime Medical Care and former chairman of the QEII Health Sciences Centre, has called for the government to fire the leadership of the Nova Scotia Health Authority.
The delivery of health care in Nova Scotia has reached a point where we are moving from insider conversations, measured statements, calls for study and other platitudes to putting our names to public calls to fix the system by firing of those who failed to deliver.
Read Moir’s comments here:
The government was bold enough to change the system, and now we need that same boldness to fix the remaining impediment to success.