Island Morning | Jan 18, 2013 | 8:44

Collaborative Emergency Centres - Maggie Brown

Health officials on PEI are looking to our neighbours in Nova Scotia for a new way of handling emergency care in small communities like Alberton. Health Minister Doug Currie led a group of Islanders on a tour of two collaborative emergency centres in Springhill and Parrsboro. The CBC's Maggie Brown followed the Island delegation to Nova Scotia and spoke to Bruce Quigley who's the CEO for the Cumberland Health Authority. It operates three CECs, including the one in Springhill.

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