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As Atlantic communities struggle to fill vacant clinics, doctors point to possible solutions
Forget that it’s about doctors. Forget that it’s even about health care. To health-care advocates in towns like Crapaud, P.E.I., Digby, N.S., or Lewisporte, N.L., it’s nothing less than a struggle to save their communities. Part ...
Gender, race and finances all factor in the search for a doctor in Atlantic Canada
Many of the thousands looking for doctors in Atlantic Canada are on society’s periphery. They live in poverty. They live in rural areas. They live in First Nations communities. They’re transgender. Newcomers or long-time residents, they ...
Atlantic Canada needs more doctors: Where are they?
There’s been a doctor shortage here for some time. How is that affecting people? The marginalized? Families? Doctors? Other health-care professionals? You? Over the next four Fridays, we’re diving deep into the issue, outlining the ...