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Healthcare should focus on people first

Lhisagh kiarail slaynt jeeraghey er sleih hoshiaght

Docamad cur coontey jeh kiarail cochianglt son EV

Cur focus back er yn surransagh.

Shen dean y Hirveishagh Slaynt as Kiarail y Theay David Ashford.

Shoh lurg da lhunney docamad cur coontey jeh ashlish cour kiarail cochianglt son Ellan Vannin.

Ta Mnr Ashford gra dy vel feme er caghlaa y coarys t'ayn nish . . .

AS DAVID ASHFORD : Ec y traa t'ayn, ta mee er ghennaghtyn 'sy traa t'er n'gholl shaghey nagh vel shin er chur rish sleih myr fir er-lheh. Ta shin cur stiagh ad ayns kishtaghyn, myr shoh t'ou cur lheiys . . . foddee dy vel ec peiagh ennagh, abbyr, three staydyn neu-chasley. Foddee dy vel un stayd geddyn lheeys harrish ayns shid, fer elley harrish ayns boayl elley, fer elley ayns boayl elley, shaghey cur cooidjagh y slane reayrt as jeeaghyn er y phersoon. As shen ny ta kiarail cochianglt cheet er wheesh cheddin.  

 

Document outlines integrated care for IOM 

Putting the focus back on the patient.

That's the goal of the Minister for Health and Social Care David Ashford.

It's after he launched a document outlining an integrated care vision for the Isle of Man.

Mr Ashford says there is a need to change the current system . . .
 

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