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Private care in a public hospital

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Guest: Megan Ogilvie and Kenyon Wallace, reporters

A group of orthopedic surgeons is leasing operating rooms from Ottawa’s biggest hospital. It’s a controversial move that the company says will help alleviate surgery wait-times in the province. But health care advocates are concerned and want more information about the arrangement. Why is a private corporation operating inside a public hospital? And will we see more of this in the future?

This episode was produced by Alexis Green, Paulo Marques and Raju Mudhar.

Audio sources: Global News and CPAC

Raju Mudhar is a co-host and producer on the Star’s podcast team. He is based in Toronto. Follow him on Twitter: @rajumudhar

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