The Manitoba Nurses Union has been strangely alerted as the overtime time in the Grace Hospital rises. In the spring, the brakes were forced to pump more changes.
The information acquired by the WRHA for MNU shows that 327% increase in January-September, 2017 between January and September-2018.
In 2017 nurses spent more than 14,498 hours of work. In 2018, nurses worked for 19,169 overtime hours. If these numbers are fixed for only nine months in two years, the figures for the remaining months are not yet available.
"We were very surprised … we knew there was more time … but it's more intensive in the predetermined and especially critical areas," said MNNU President Darley Jackson.
According to the data of 2018, the overtime rate in sales, emergency medical care and medical service is higher than last year.
During this period, nurses had 3,087 overtime hours. In the last year, it was 77 per cent increase in 1,743 hours.
Nurse in the emergency unit worked 4,705 overtime hours. In 2017 it was 3,556. 32 per cent increase.
Medicare, 697% in 2017 and 3,296 in 1,952 hours.
"I believe that this phase is a direct result, seeing overtime increases and reporting more problems for nurses. . Because of the health care system changes, "Jackson said.
The Manitopose Nurses union since 2016 does not offer comparable overtime hours data.
WRHA Chief Nursing Officer Lorry Lomont was not different from overtime hours in 2016, when it was slowed down in December 2017 for overtime hours and in January 2018.
The CVC has provided WRHA numbers available for up to 1,081 overtime hours between 2016 and 2017, eleven months of available data.
In the last two and a half years, Grace lifted over 2,000 hours of overtime hours. During the period of the influenza season, there were some spikes in 2017-18. Provided for vacancy nursing posts and health status authorities. They should fill out phase 2 before six months.
Officials agreed to overtaim work.
"A Fischer is not a stable way to run our system, we are constantly looking to make sure we fix the drivers of overtime," she said.
He said nurses are more hard work with high nurse-to-peter ratios and their health and happiness will be at stake.
Until the overtime expires, the authorities have been encouraging the authorities to make further changes.
"It's not too short and sustainable," she said.
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Seven Oxs said in September that Concordia's AR is still closed by the end of June. Most of the illnesses go to HCC and St Boniface.
It would take six months to fill the vacant nursing staff.