An Ontario PC government would cut hallway medicine by building 15,000 long-term care beds within five years and 30,000 beds over 10 years, listening to health care professionals.
More long-term care beds will ease the burden on hospitals, allow doctors and nurses to work to their fullest abilities, and improve healthcare for families and patients when they need it most.
There is a crisis in our health care system. Our hospitals are being pushed to a breaking point and patients are receiving care in hallways.
For the last 15 years, the Liberals’ mismanagement of the health care system has been defined by scandals and waste. They’ve poured money into senior health care bureaucracy, and made cuts to front-line health care workers.
The Ontario PCs will end hallway health care by:
Investing in 15,000 new long-term care beds in five years, and 30,000 new beds over the next 10 years.
Listening to health care professionals, including the nurses and doctors who are on the frontlines.
Ontario’s health care system deserves change that will respect patients, and health care professionals. Our message to the people who are waiting, and for the people who are frustrated, is that help is on the way.