Archive for: October, 2016

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

Rick Nicholls criticizes Liberal government for shutting down debate[Chatham Daily News]

Funding woes delays surgery [Collingwood Enterprise Bulletin]

Dan’s Law would help eliminate waiting period for home, community care [Windsor Star]

Open Letter to Candidates in the Niagara West–Glanbrook Provincial By-Election

Your campaign for provincial office comes at a time when our publicly-funded health-care system is under strain and Ontario’s doctors struggle to ensure patients get timely access to necessary medical services.

Open Letter to Candidates in the Ottawa—Vanier Provincial By-Election

Your campaign for provincial office comes at a time when our publicly-funded health-care system is under strain and Ontario’s doctors struggle to ensure patients get timely access to necessary medical services.

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

Home-care coverage gap remains for patients who move provinces [The Globe and Mail]

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

Command and Control and Bill 41 [Dr. Gail Beck]

New legislation adds red tape, health care providers say [Oshawa Express]

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

Bill 41, the Patients First Act, does not put patients first [Windsor Star]

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

Unequal access pains patients, surgeons [London Free Press]

Health care crunch [Ottawa Sun]

Queensway Carleton Hospital pioneers model seniors’ unit [Ottawa Citizen]

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

Doctors worry about patient privacy as they speculate on government plans for eHealth [Toronto Star]

Docs have ‘grave concerns’ about eHealth review [Toronto Sun]

Spotlight on Health

Ontario kids start running on doctors’ orders By Nadia Daniell-Colarossi, OMA Public Affairs Department It turns out running is a prescription kids are happy to follow. Ontario’s doctors have launched a school-based Kids’ Run Club to help children be more active and promote healthy behaviours. Earlier this month, Dr. Virginia Walley, President of the Ontario…

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Spotlight on Health

For Dr. Yuka Asai, it’s nice to be needed By Danielle Milley, OMA Public Affairs Department It was a wonderful mentor that drew Dr. Yuka Asai to dermatology, but it’s her patients and her work that make it so rewarding. The Kingston dermatologist helped fill a great need in her community when she relocated from…

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