SHAWVILLE Oct. 9, 2018
On Oct. 9, representatives from the Centre intégré de santé et services sociaux de l’Outaouais (CISSSO) were in the Dale Thomson room at the Centre D’Accueil Pontiac (CAP) to get feedback from local residents.
The meeting opened with administrative council President Lucie Lalonde explaining that the group travels all over the Outaouais once a year to conduct such meetings.
“It’s, for us, a way to get in touch with the people that we’re serving,” she said.
She quickly gave the floor to CISSSO Director General Jean Hébert, who apologized for his poor English and spoke largely in French. He briefly went over their progress from the previous year, pointing to projects like the new endoscopy and dialysis units at the Pontiac Community Hospital.
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