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Ottawa, Jan 31 (Canadian-Media): Today, Christine Elliott, Ontario's Deputy Premier and Ontario's Minister of Health and Long-Term Care issued the following statement:
Christine Elliot Dr. Rueben Devlin (right)
"On behalf of the Ontario government, I want to thank the Premier's Council on Improving Healthcare and Ending Hallway Medicine, including the Council's Chair, Dr. Rueben Devlin, and the council members, for developing their first report. I look forward to reviewing its findings.
Our Government for the People believes that everyone in Ontario deserves to have access to the services they need at home, in the community or at a hospital. That's why we're continuing to work with our partners in health care, including the Premier's Council on Improving Healthcare and Ending Hallway Medicine, as we develop our long-term health care strategy.
We will continue to listen to patients, families and frontline providers, and we will create a health care system that works for the people of Ontario."