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Grand Falls-Windsor holding public meeting about future of obstetric care in central Newfoundland

Grand Falls-Windsor is holding a public meeting this week about concerns that central Newfoundland will be left with just one obstetrics unit. Health Minister Tom Osborne says no decisions will be made until both Gander and Grand Falls-Windsor are consulted. NTV’s Colleen Lewis reports.

Gander and Grand Falls-Windsor lobbying to keep their obstetrical units

The province says there aren’t enough resources for two obstetrical units in central, and that means two communities are working to ensure they don’t lose out once a decision is made.

NTV’s Colleen Lewis has that story.

Gander mayor speaks out against continued diversion of obstetric services to Grand Falls-Windsor

Gander Mayor Percy Farwell is speaking out after news that obstetrical services will continue to be diverted to Grand Falls-Windsor until a permanent decision is made about health care in central Newfoundland. NTV’s Colleen Lewis reports.

Families concerned after learning woman impersonating nurse worked at Lakeside Homes

The public learned this week that a woman claiming to be a registered nurse was hired to work at Lakeside Homes in Gander, but did not have a licence. Central Health is investigating, but families of residents are concerned. NTV’s Colleen Lewis reports.

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