WINNIPEG — The Winnipeg Regional Health Authority has apologized to the family of a Winnipeg woman who died last fall while laying in pain on a hospital floor.
Mohinder Singh, 57, went to Seven Oaks General Hospital last fall with a severe headache but was told she would have to wait for a CT scan.
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That’s when Singh laid down on the floor because she couldn’t sit anymore.
After being transferred to the Health Sceinces Centre a test showed she died of a brain aneurysm.
The WRHA says they’re changing critical incident reporting times and will have reviews done in the next 88 days.