How to fix an Elliot health system

Health clubs have been blamed for the problems, which have forced hospitals to shut down and doctors to cut hours.

A spokesperson for the NSW Health Department said the department was “committed to ensuring the safety of all of our health care patients, staff and the public” and the health system was “fully operational”.

“Our health and safety systems are robust and effective and we continue to take every precaution to prevent the spread of illness,” she said.

“All of our hospital staff and staff from the public sector work with the health and medical community to provide services in a safe and secure environment.”

We do not tolerate the risk of people, including children, from being exposed to infectious disease.

“Health authorities are currently conducting a coronavirus investigation into the Elliot health centre, but a spokesperson said the facility was fully operational.”

Our primary focus remains on the safety and well-being of our patients and staff, while continuing to ensure the safety, health and well being of the community,” the spokesperson said.

The NSW Department of Health said it had been in contact with the Australian Federal Police and other agencies, and it was working closely with the Department of Emergency Services (DoES) and the NSW Coronavirus Coordination Centre.”

Health clubs and other organisations operating in NSW have been warned and advised by the Department that they are in breach of NSW’s Health Act, which states that they cannot operate without obtaining the approval of a health board,” a spokesperson for NSW Health said.”

The investigation is continuing and further details will be released as the investigation progresses.”ABC News asked the department for more details on what had gone wrong with the Elliott health centre and whether it had taken any corrective measures.

“Health clubs and other organisations operating in NSW have been warned and advised by the Department that they are in breach of NSW’s Health Act, which states that they cannot operate without obtaining the approval of a health board,” a spokesperson for NSW Health said.