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‘People all over this province need life-saving care and surgeries and they’re not getting it’
In August, an MRI revealed the cancerous tumour on Anne LeBlanc’s liver had returned.
On Oct. 5, the 76-year-old was in an Edmonton hospital for surgery. The IV was inserted and she was wheeled on a gurney toward the operating room.
At the doors to the OR, a nurse ran up to LeBlanc apologizing profusely as she told her the surgery had just been cancelled.
“This of course was due to not having a bed in ICU because at the time all the ICU beds were taken up by COVID patients,” Suzanne Marley, LeBlanc’s daughter, told CBC News Thursday.
Her mother was assured she was a high-priority case and that she would be called to reschedule as soon as a bed was available, Marley said.
The call never came.