Woman, 89, transferred to Flin Flon hospital from Winnipeg without notification: outraged family
First word came from patient saying she was on her way to the airport: son-in-law
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A Winnipeg couple say they’re incredibly frustrated and upset after discovering an 89-year-old family member has been transferred to a hospital in Flin Flon from Winnipeg without any notice.
“It’s tremendously frustrating, angering,” said Rick Wiens, the woman’s son-in-law. “It’s unbelievable really. It’s really unbelievable.”
Wiens says his mother-in-law, Denise Mignot, was originally taken to Concordia Hospital at the start of February for hip pain and mobility issues.
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