Health Minister Eric Hoskins says service will be up and running as early as May
Ontario is setting up a new service for people seeking medically assisted death that will allow them to reach out for help directly, bypassing health-care providers who object to assisted suicide on conscience grounds.
Health Minister Eric Hoskins says a “care co-ordination service” for medically assisted death will be up and running as early as May.
The service will allow patients to contact central staff who will connect them with health-care providers prepared to handle requests for a medically assisted death. . . [Full text]