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Portage La Prairie Central Plains Herald Leader (Newspaper) - April 1, 2006, Portage La Prairie, Manitoba
Central Plains 1501/ i i 5 Isi at i i Vaughan Winnie i 6 m0 new farming practices Central Plains producers taking holistic approach on the farm Page 13 if Rombi a Yea Jrew Pfilf s37m 74s-67/7 a toll free i 8/7 74s b/77 Mem i Portage la Prairie saturday april 1, 2006 year 17 no. 40 news planning careers in health Field students share Job goals at Long Plain symposium 23 sports Hocke Yville not in cards for Oakville bid application Falls Short of second round of Competition 25 Portage la Prairie 5 Oakville Elie 6 Gladstone 7 Macgregor Austin 12 Sandy Bay chief demanding review after baby death Jonathon Rovn cml rot maim Herald Leader quiz night is that your final answer Austin residents Dennis Pleier left and his wife Lorraine Hope so. The couple was part of a 10-member team testing their collective knowledge on Canadian history to pop culture. The event which Drew More than 200 people raised Money for Austin s Hall building project. By Jonathan Davis Central Plains Herald Leader when residents of Sandy Bay first nation walk through the doors of Portage District general Hospital they want to know the right Type of care will come right away chief Irvin Milvor says. Following the death of a premature baby earlier this month Milvor is calling for a detailed examination of Pugh s emergency room procedures. Milvor says a band member who was five months pregnant was admitted to the Hospital s emergency room with labour pains on March 8. She then went into premature labour. With no Hospital staff present to deliver the Newborn the baby fell onto the floor and suffered a life ending injury. Quot this can t go unwarranted Quot Milvor said Over the phone from the Assembly of first nations conference in lady lost her baby. When an incident like this happens there s a lot of questions that come to a letter forwarded to the Hospital from Sandy Bay first nation wants answers to those questions and find out the reason Pugh allegedly went against protocol during the incident on March 8. Quot they tried to cover it up really quickly Quot Milvor Milvor claims Hospital staff were Quick to Call a funeral Home to pick up the baby something he says is not Standard practice. It is not the first time Sandy Bay band members have been poorly treated the chief said. He recalled two prior incidents one of which saw a 37-year-old Man with Chest pains sent Home with aspirin. He later died of a massive heart attack. The second incident involved treatment of the wife of Sandy Bay s vice chief and her sister after they waited five hours before being examined following a car Accident Quot there s obviously issues of concern regarding misdiagnosis or minimum concerns from Pugh staff said concerns Winnie Pauch North area Leader for regional health authority a Central Manitoba inc., said the chiefs accusations of a cover up Are unfounded. Quot we do not cover up that s not our business Quot said Pauch Milvor has an opinion of what happened based on information that he has received from other people. And that is hearsay. We have factual information and data based on our clinical record keeping but we Are not in a position to reveal any of the details because it compromises patient confidentiality. M see Central Page 2 88 a tax you re invited to our 33rd annual re show amp Sale Friday saturday a sunday april 7, 8 a 9 open friday8108. �?�1978 a Matt saturday 8 to 5. Sunday noon to 5 sssssbs1857-7874 or 1 -888-481 -99i5 door prizes 4 refreshments life mail dealer Tea
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