Nova Scotians still facing long waits for new knees and hips
from CBC News
Nova Scotians waiting for a new knee or hip are going to continue to wait much longer than the national average. That's despite the Nova Scotia government spending an extra $6 million to do about 1,000 more procedures in the last two years. When they were running to become government in the last election, the Liberals promised to bring down wait times for hip and knee surgeries to about six months, which is the national average.
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