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Bridges, a gastroenterologist, said he booked referrals through senior managers at the centre rather than faxing the referrals through the booking clerks, as per Nike Blazer Shoes
it was not my expectation that the average risk people would be seen in the course of a few weeks or months, said Bridges.
Bridges acknowledged that, in a 2011 email to Koch, he directed her to book his low risk patients the coming months while the wait list as he understood it at the time for those patients was well over a year.
Patients are suffering and there are many more patients who have their wait time have passed 11 years and still in pain for nothing but the reluctant decision makers to see what are the mandates for their position and the benefit they should bring to patients.
just trying to help people get into the system, said Bridges.
But he testified that at time, the CCSC was short patients and was looking to fill slots. He also said that when he asked his patients be seen within months, he didn realize that they would be.
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they phone me I will try and help them access the system. at the colon cancer clinic, better known as the CCSC, have testified that from 2008 to 2012, at the direction of senior management, they slotted in Bridges low risk patients for colon cancer screening within weeks while the normal wait for everyone else was three years.
are all of the other people supposed to do? Can anyone without a family physician call you up? asked Hollins.
people don have family doctors, replied Bridges.
But why not simply tell those patients to follow the rules, asked Hollins.
Helios staff have already testified that they bypassed the normal booking procedures to go through Bridges. But they said it was done to get their Nike Mag Online
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CALGARY A high ranking Calgary doctor at the centre of queue jumping allegations conceded Monday he booked his patients outside the normal routine, but said he didn realize that would move them to the front of the line.
But Bridges testified he was not aware that Helios patients were being sent to the front on the line. He also said he wasn aware that staff at the publicly funded clinic had a special file for private Helios patients.
normal procedure, because he didn know the booking clerks.
Bridges is an associate dean of medicine at the University of Calgary and the inquiry has already heard he holds considerable stature in the medical community.
patient names into what they labelled a dysfunctional CCSC database not to get preferential access to cancer tests.
Both Helios and the CCSC rent space from the University of Calgary at the Foothills Medical Centre.
Lack of accountability and commitment; decision makers specially the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons need to make the mandatory steps to improve patient care in NS.
five years you never taken the time to find out who the booking clerks are at the clinic that you founded? asked inquiry lawyer Michele Hollins.
but not to bump up patients
But he said he didn realize that by sending his patient screening requests through senior brass, those patients were then getting fast track treatment.
prevents (those patients) from going to their family doctor like anybody else has to, faxing in a referral, and waiting the appropriate time? asked Hollins.
that is exactly what you say (in the email), said Hollins. arrange for these colonoscopies in the coming months. That was clearly your expectation. was a poor choice of words, allowed Bridges. expectation was not that they be seen in the next two or three months at all. poor choice of words that we seen repeatedly in these emails, said Hollins.
Clerks and doctors have testified that many of the patients moved to the head of the line at the CCSC were from the Helios Wellness Centre. Helios is a private clinic that dispenses yoga, exercise, and diet advice to patients for $10,000 a year.
Helios founder Dr. Chen Fong has testified Helios is non profit and donates $200,000 or more per year to the University of Calgary faculty of medicine to fund scholarships and other projects.
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