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Wakefield to lose 3 MDs by summer’s end

Wakefield to lose 3 MDs by summer’s end

The number of Hills’ residents without a family doctor is expected to rise, and the shortage “won’t get better any time soon,” according to a long-time Wakefield physician. There are already over 6,000 residents in the region waiting for a family doctor – and 72,000...
Fatal deficit

Fatal deficit

An ER doctor in Gatineau is ringing alarm bells and says that more patients will die after services at the Hull hospital are slashed in the coming weeks.  Dr. Peter Bonneville, president of Conseil des médecins, dentistes et pharmaciens (CMDP) of the Integrated...

A positive healthcare experience

By Teresa Bandrowska I know there are many problems with our healthcare services, and many people have had negative experiences. I am glad to report this is not the case for our family. I have been caring for my 98-year-old mother in my home for several months, when...

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