Interruption of Service at the Pontiac Hospital
’’We are allowed to be angry’’ - André Fortin
Article published on 16 December 2019
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The MNA for Pontiac André Fortin spoke to CHIP 101.9, Friday, regarding the various interruptions of service in obstetrics at the Pontiac Hospital in Shawville. In his opinion, Fortin believes that the Pontiac citizens do not have to accept the current situation and that he hopes to see reliable services in 2020.

The MNA for Pontiac also talked about the testimony of Anik Lavigne of Mansfield, whose baby died after an emergency delivery in Shawville. The circumstances of the baby’s death are currently under investigation by the coroner.

Link to Radio-Canada’s article
André Fortin also said he wants Anik Lavigne to be able answer her questions.

The full interview with André Fortin is available here.

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