Archive for: February, 2017

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

Doctor showed compassion, professionalism [Letter to the editor, Kingston Whig Standard]

Pioneering Ottawa doctor dies of cardiac arrest: ‘So many people owe their lives to him’ [Ottawa Citizen]

Spotlight on Health

February is Heart Month and to help you get & keep your heart in top shape, we’re sharing tips from Dr. Andrew Pipe of the University of Ottawa Heart Institute. If you smoke, quit. You can pick your friends, but not your relatives – know your family heart history. It’s true – an apple a…

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Ontario’s Doctors in the News

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

Make changes to improve health care [Letter to the editor, Kingston Whig Standard]

Spotlight on Health

Ontario’s doctors and municipal leaders look to improve access to care in rural areas By Matt McNama, OMA Public Affairs Ontario doctors living and working in rural areas of the province have a lot to say about how to meet the needs of patients across the province. That’s why the Ontario Medical Association (OMA) took…

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Spotlight on Health

For Dr. Steven Cusimano, compassion, family and community are at the centre of his practice By Raman Singh, OMA Public Affairs The sixth of eight children in an Italian-Canadian family, Cusimano, a family doctor from Stoney Creek, looked up to his older siblings growing up. Two of his older brothers are also physicians – one…

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Ontario’s Doctors in the News

Ontario’s Doctors in the News

Bad for health-care [Toronto Sun]

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