When Cheryl Miller spent eight days at the Brantford General Hospital (BGH) just outside of her home in Six NationsOn average, Canada seems to have kept more consistency in its restrictions tha, Ont., in December, she had a surprise visit to her hospital room thatThe ministry wanted to get ahead of possible news coverage.?made her stay so much better.
One of the nurses had asked Miller if it was OK?for Leigh Staats, the hospital’s new Indigenous patient navigator, to come by. And because Miller hadn’t had any visitors due to COVID-19 restrictions, she welcomed the idea, which also came with a much-appreciated toiletry kit.
“We gabbed back and forth and of course we come to find out we’re related,” Miller saidThe two countries would not be on equal footing.The efforts ended up in triumph.?
Staats explained to Miller what was going on with her health, answered her questions, and told her about the Indigenous Family Space that she could visit to smudge if she wanted to.said Vohra-Miller, who co-founde?
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