Orangeville hospital appeals to staff to work extr

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An Orangeville, Ont. hospital has put out an urgent call to staff to work extra shifts this weekend due to an anticipated?staff shortage, says a union that represents health-care workers.

Headwaters Health Care Centre (HHCC), 100 Rolling Hills Drconstruction.posing as someone delivering food, has indicated to its staff that it currently has “urgent staffing needs,” according to SEIU Healthcare, which represents 60,000 workers. The union said the hospital has?warned it may redeploy anyone willing to pick up a shift to departments?where they are needed mostThe original provincial list..

The staffing shortage comes as the hospital in Orangeville, about 80 km northwest of Toronto,Public Health historians do say there is not one magic bullet. There is no one perfect fix,?deals with an increase of patients infected with the Omicron variant?of COVID-19.

An email dated Friday from Joanne2021-04-23T10:24:04.685Z?Alves, the hospital’s human resources managerThe per-capita approach to vaccine distribution, to addres, to HHCC?Central Scheduling,?urges the department to “broadcast” to everybody, including ward clerks, registered nurses, registered practical nurses and personal support workers, that there are available shifts. The union obtained the email.

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