Archive for: September, 2016

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

New surgeon for Niagara [Niagara Falls Review]

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

Meet Canada’s first aboriginal forensic pathologist [Toronto Star]

Ontario’s Doctors in the news

Ontario’s Doctors in the news

Finding the fight in Virginia Walley [Western Alumni]

Spotlight on Health

For Dr. Louise Coulombe, her work is a privilege By Danielle Milley, OMA’s Public Affairs Department After time spent working in Africa and running a family practice in Ottawa, it was her patients who nudged Dr. Louise Coulombe into the area of medicine she’s spent the past 21 years. The Ottawa physician has spent the…

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Spotlight on Health

Ontario’s doctors connect with MPPs, mayors and city councillors from across the province The Association of Municipalities of Ontario annual conference gives local concerns centre stage By Matt McNama, OMA’s Public Affairs Department As part of its commitment to engage with community leaders, the Ontario Medical Association once again met with mayors and local councillors…

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Ontario’s Doctors in the News

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

Toronto doctor launches 24-hour concussion hotline [Toronto Star]

Two new docs join Brighton-Quinte West Family Health Team, but the need for physician recruitment is far from over [Brighton Independent]

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

Expert panel was dismayed by Liberals’ plan to put age cap on autism services [Toronto Star]

 

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

Meet Dr. Sara Gray, the woman you want in an emergency [Toronto Star]

Dr. Janet McElhaney, working to improve Indigenous health in the North [Sudbury Star]

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

Doctors and respiratory therapists prove their team based approach for patients with lung disease is beneficial [Windsor Star]

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

Ottawa’s Dr. Mélissa Langevin was one of 900 Canadian health-care professions who stepped forward to join the fight against Ebola [Ottawa Citizen]

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