A local woman’s family is getting a long-awaited apology from the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority.
Last fall, 57-year-old Mohinder Singh had a severe headache and laid on an E-R floor because she couldn’t sit.
After being transferred to another hospital, a test revealed she had a brain aneurysm, but she died the next day.
Head of the W-R-H-A, Milton Sussman tells 680 CJOB he passed his condolences on to her family and says they’re changing critical incident reporting times.
“Provinding families with the findings of the review and with the recommendations.”
Sussman says they will work to have reviews done within 88 days, and if it looks like it could take longer, families would be notified.
He adds the family deserves to know why the incident happened.