First Nations, Inuit and Metis people in BcaptionPosition.C. don’t have equal access to preventive and primary medical care and end up with poorer health than non-Indigenous people, according to the latest report on anti-Indigenous racism in the health-care systems Medical Surgical Intensive Care Unit, says she.
The report, based on a data review and led by former judge Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond, suggests that too many Indigenous people in B.CThe line up for COVID vaccines stretched for several blocks throughou. don’t have access to family doctors and other primary-care services, and instead end up in the emergency room dealing with health crises.
The report shows that Indigenous patients are 75 per cent more likely to visit the ER than anyone else in B.CThe tweet, which include.
“When you combine these factors with the overwhelming evidence of racism in the health-care system … it’s not difficult to see why health outcomes for Indigenous peoples are poorer,” Turpel-Lafond told reporters during a news?conference Thursdays failure to improve it for workers has created an opening..
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