Support Our Health Care shares priorities for upcoming year

Support Our Health Care (SOHC) shared their list of priorities for the upcoming year

SOHC Board of Directors; president Ed Staples

Support Our Health Care (SOHC) shared their list of priorities for the upcoming year at the annual general meeting held on Oct. 23.

To begin, they will continue to participate in the Princeton Health Care Steering Committee and continue working on the implementation of the Health Care Action Framework Plan.

They will work with Dr. Barb Pesut and team from UBC Okanagan on the chronic illness and end of life care in Princeton research project. (SOHC applied for and was awarded a $5,000 grant from the Rural Health Services Research Network for the project.)

The SOHC will also be working keep the public informed about the legal challenge to the Canada Health Act brought about by Dr. Brian Day and the Cambie Clinic. (Privatized health care) To learn more please visit www.sohc.ca

 

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