Archive for: November, 2015

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

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Keeping new medical graduates out of hospitals may not be in best interest of rural areas: Gower [The Wellington Advertiser]
Good health care a must for refugees: doctors [Global News]

Ontario’s doctors concerned as government misses opportunity to prioritize health care

Ontario’s doctors believe the Ontario government is continuing on the wrong track when it comes to health care. The fall economic statement was an opportunity for the government to prioritize improving the high quality, patient-focused care people in Ontario expect and deserve. Instead, health care has been marginalised and access to quality, patient-focused care is…

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Ontario’s Doctors in the News

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Denley: Government plays hardball with doctors

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

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Ontario’s Health-Care Cutbacks Are Starting To Affect Vulnerable Patients

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

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Award for Windsor gastroenterologist shows ‘we do some good work down here’ [Windsor Star]

Online

The Price-Baker report: What does it mean for primary care reform in Ontario? [HealthyDebate.ca]

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

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Ontario doctors told to ensure safety of patients amid fee dispute [Globe and Mail]

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

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Scientist born in Windsor to receive prestigious award [Windsor Star]

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

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Patients have ultimate say in fight between doctors and Queen’s Park [Toronto Sun]

Prognosis not good for docs; Liberal program punishing med students, driving docs out of Ontario [Ottawa Sun]

We’re falling behind on care [Toronto Star]

Ontario Liberals limiting access to health care [Northumberland News]

Physician blogs

The Government Cuts Ignore the Truth Our Patients Know

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

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When it comes to having a doctor, where you live matters [Northern Life]

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

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Is our physician shortage over? Local doctors dispute findings of provincial study on health care [Windsor Star]

Methadone doctors frustrated by funding cuts [St. Catharine’s Standard]

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