Minister of Health and Social Services Gaétan Barrette on Santé Outaouais 2020 report
Article published on 14 December 2017
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Minister of Health and Social Services Gaétan Barrette reacted to the publication by Santé Outaouais 2020 on CHIP radio. During his conversation, he mentioned, among other things, that it was not a report:

He also highlighted some of the progress made in recent months through his reforms.

The full Interview with Quebec Minister of Health and Social Services Gaétan Barrette is available here.

Among the people cited by the Santé Outaouais 2020 group report is the former Warden of the RCM Pontiac, Raymond Durocher, the former director of the Complaints Office of the Pontiac Health and Social Services Center Benoit Paré, Dr. Thomas O’Neill Physician, Pontiac Hospital, members of EntourElle, employees of CISSS Outaouais, Mayor of Shawville, Sandra Murray and Josey Bouchard of Voix du Pontiac / Pontiac Voice. Others preferred not to reveal their identity. The Santé Outaouais 2020 Health Group report is available here:

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