Health care is not residential; it's done by professionals. This decision will not have any effect on it.
We have had hearings on what you call obligation to serve and, in effect, on Internet access and what should be the minimum that people are furnished with. We went to Timmins, to northern Ontario, rather than here to find out, because, like you, we are very much concerned that the Internet is there and can serve for social purposes, for businesses, etc.
This decision deals with private residential access, not with business and not with hospitals, doctors, or anything like that.