Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Prairie Audio 6:10 AM MT

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Prairie Audio 6:10 AM MT

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PR01 - (US-Medical-Bill-Paid)

WINNIPEG. x-16s. The Manitoba government has paid a large chunk of a 118-thousand-dollars U-S medical bill for a man's emergency treatment in the United States. Robin Milne had a heart attack last October and went to the closest hospital, which is in Minnesota. Manitoba has an emergency care deal with two hospitals in that state, but the U-S doctor sent Milne for a heart stent at a North Dakota hospital, which doesn't have an agreement with the province. Milne says his ordeal appears to be coming to an end.

("...the long run.") (SOURCE:Global Winnipeg)

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TAG: Milne is still on the hook for about 40-thousand-dollars U-S for his medical transport, although provincial officials say further discussions are ongoing over that invoice. …

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