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]

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]

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

Saving limbs and saving lives [CBC.ca]

: Making a plan for end-of-life care doesn’t have to be painful [Toronto Star]

 

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