Ontario’s plan to hire 225 additional nurses in long-term care not enough, says ONA

Ontario has pledged $57.6 million over the next three years to recruit and retain up to 225 additional nurse practitioners in the long-term care sector through the new Hiring More Nurse Practitioners (HMNP) for Long-Term Care program. However a union representing nurses and health care professionals says this won't cover the need. “Recruiting and retaining more nurse practitioners will not...

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