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We Need Ambulance Services in West GB

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Residents in the western district of Grand Bahama are upset about comments recently made by Grand Bahama’s hospital administrator.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Residents in the western district of Grand Bahama are upset about comments recently made by Grand Bahama’s hospital administrator that health officials are in the process of analyzing data to determine whether ambulance services are needed in that community. The chief councilor for that district is speaking out and says her comments are disappointing.

Chief councilor for the western district George “Jimmy” Smith called for an apology from Grand Bahama’s hospital administrator following her comments. Health officials are contemplating whether an ambulance is required in the West Grand Bahama district. This as residents in that community have been asking for proper emergency care services for years.

And as to why he thinks the administrator made those statements.

He’s now calling on the Prime Minister and Minister of Health to step in.

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