Transparent Reporting on Government's Progress
Target: Meet or exceed national average (as reported by the Canadian Institute for Health Information) for the maximum amount of time that nine of 10 patients wait to see a provider in an emergency department (ED) or urgent care centre (UCC) in Manitoba. This national average was 3.2 hours as of April 1, 2019.
* – All Winnipeg ED and urgent care facilities (excluding the CancerCare Manitoba UCC); Brandon and Dauphin (Prairie Mountain Health); Portage la Prairie, Bethesda** and Boundary Trails (Southern Health-Sante Sud); Thompson, Flin Flon, and The Pas (Northern Regional Health Authority); and Selkirk (Interlake-Eastern Regional Health Authority).
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