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Is This The Start to a Doctor Shortage - A Tweet by Dr. Nadia Alam

Nadia Alam

What's Trending with Caitlin Green

Chum 104.5

CHUM 104.5's Caitlin Green speaks with Dr. Liao


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Kaplan-Myrth: In Ontario's under-resourced health system, we can't start fighting each other

Nili Kaplan-Myrth

Doctor, you aren’t closing, are you?” So many calls from patients over the last eight weeks, some sobbing, some panicked, some outraged that the primary care that they count on in the community is not adequately supported and family doctors’ offices are closing across the province.


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How Family Physicians are Coping with COVID-19

Tvo

Ontario's hospitals and long-term care homes are bearing the brunt of the most serious cases of COVID-19.


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COVID-19 rips bandage off the open wound that is our nursing home system Social Sharing

Cbc News

None of us can imagine a beloved parent or grandparent in one of the nursing homes we are reading about without an involuntary shudder. Human beings dehydrated, starving, and left sitting in their own feces and urine in one Quebec institution.


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The pandemic could put your doctor out of business

Washington Post

Primary-care practices were barely eking by. If patients stay away too long, they’ll crumble.


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Orléans Urgent Care Clinic facing closure as patient flow drops by two-thirds

Ottawa Citizen

An urgent care clinic in Orléans is one of several local fee-for-service health care clinics faced with the grim prospect of permanent closure as patient flow has been reduced to a trickle during the city’s pandemic lockdown.


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Provincial payments not enough to keep clinics open during pandemic

National Post

The association representing Ontario doctors says a proposal from the provincial government to offer advance payments will not be enough to keep clinics open during the COVID-19 pandemic.


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Doctors struggle to keep clinics open

Canadian Press

The association representing Ontario doctors says a proposal from the provincial government to offer advance payments will not be enough to keep clinics open during the COVID-19 pandemic.


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Doctor’s association says help from Ontario government is not enough to survive COVID-19

Global News

TORONTO – The association representing Ontario doctors says a proposal from the provincial government to offer advance payments will not be enough to keep clinics open during the COVID-19 pandemic.


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