Will you join our call to help paramedics?
For years, Nova Scotia’s Paramedics have faced deteriorating working conditions, including missed meals, shift overruns, hospital offload delays, assaults by patients and more. They’re overworked and underappreciated by a system – and government – that doesn’t respect them.
The Fitch Report, funded by Nova Scotians at a cost of approximately $144,000, could hold the answers needed to fix these problems and more – not only benefiting our paramedics, but the public they’ve dedicated their careers to helping. Unfortunately, this report has been kept hidden by our government.
Nova Scotia’s Paramedics are there for you on your hardest days, and now they need you. They need you to tell the Nova Scotia government that you want the Fitch Report released in full.
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