Emergency Wards, Hospitals, Health Ministers

The Health Ministers and Hospitals now have come a long way in treating better the causes and preventing the spreading of of the too often fatal shit disease, C- difficile   in Canada but that now it all still is not enough.. and we all are not in the dark ages, in the era of the back death in Europe,  that we all should be so stupid too think that shit diseases, transmitted by unwashed hands after urinating, going to the toilet cannot still kill people.. yes it does.. many such diseases are often spread by hands, door knobs as well wethuis  all should know.. better and more regular hospital cleanings required still at every Hospital in Canada. http://groups.msn.com/CanadaToday6/shitdiseases.msnw
Do also still deal with the he still unacceptable  waiting in the local emergency ward(s)..
Isn’t it nice that some things do not change, they are so dependable, such as the inefficient usage of the local Hospital facilities, and medical personnel , staff as well? Wrong! Some things are never acceptable.
So I had to hear all the complaining firsthand from the sick patients about the poor services again too. If the Health Minister was not such a pretender, coward too, now  he would try that himself. And learn a few things. Such as having only one medical  doctor on duty is guarantee way to insure major unacceptable slow down in the emergency department. On top of that as I know first hand and often, the quality of services you get THERE TOO depends on the quality of the doctor himself, and half of them, the clearly really poor ones should be employed for a start elsewhere, and have half of their salary cut as well next rightfully too.
Now from years of experience  already too I do also next a Hospital tour. I walk around the hospitals and observe how many hospital employees I can see talking in a group, or just floor walking, and  how many of the hospital staff are not at their desks, offices, ( you all should try this in governmental offices, especially in city hall now too),  and I had now clearly observed firstly as a result  that this local hospital was not even being utilized to a 50 percent capacity, never mind now 75 percent. Clearly the  bad hospital mangers are responsible for this and there now rightfully is a significant room for improvement.
My being nice to even one bad person is still a major waste of time, and to any bad Hospital managers, for too many Hospital managers and bad Hospital employees REALLY STILL do not care at all about the patient’s good welfare, sickness, problems, but only their own GOOD WELFARE. For  all they staff they mainly do care about is keeping their own jobs,  getting a raise, promotion and doing the minimum amount of work possible too, because only the fear of firing can cause any hospital employee to do a better job.. So start by firing now all of the the bad Hospital managers, ( also all Bad School mangers, etc..), the bad Health (and education  Ministers) firstly as well.
Now rightfully all of you allso do fix the Emergency room waiting problem  and immediately too.
Quebec has worst emergency room wait times, in the country and among the worst in the Western world, 35 per cent of patients in Quebec — one in three — waited  hours or more for help in an emergency ward, one patient in 10 who goes to an emergency room leaves having failed to have seen a doctor or being directed to another establishment. The average provincial wait time for a specialist in a hospital is about eight hours.  The wait times in Quebec hospitals have barely changed in the past five years. The average wait time in an emergency room in Quebec is 15.3 hours in 2016. In 2015, the average wait was nearly the same: 15.4 hours. In 2015, about 45 per cent of all ER visits, 1.5 million, were longer than the maximum time recommended by Quebec’s health department  Almost half of cancer patients in Montreal wait more than 4 weeks for surgery. 232 Montreal cancer patients had been waiting at least two months for their surgery .  The government’s publicly stated objective is that 90 per cent of cancer patients scheduled for surgery undergo their operation within 28 days. Yet in Montreal, no hospital has achieved that goal. Ontario has a better system of prioritizing cancer surgical cases based on four levels of urgency. Cancers of the breast, lung and colon should be given immediate priority, while thyroid and even prostate cancers can wait beyond 28 days,
A report card system, which allows nurses and doctors to see how their efforts stand up compared to others, have improved results. Quebec doctors, however, have traditionally resisted any form of performance evaluation. Ontario spends $30 million a year on performance evaluations — conducted by a similar agency — and its results are among the best in Canada.