Tag Archives: BC family doctor shortage
These med students want to become family doctors. B.C.’s compensation model is making them think twice
The thought of running a business while caring for patients is ‘incredibly daunting,’ one student says. Read more on CBC News.
Short-staffed urgent and primary care centres are failing to fix B.C.’s family doctor crisis, critics say
Some say province’s 26 UPCCs are only contributing to health-care staffing issues. Read more on CBC News.
Watch The Delta Optimist’s interview with Dr. Kanwar Sidhu.
Read the full article in New Westminster Record, which reference BCCFP Research.
With only one full-service clinic remaining, Dr. Karin Kausky calls for more provincial support. Read Pique News‘ interview with Dr. Karin Kausky.
Hundreds of family doctors accepting new patients in Alberta as nearly a million British Columbians without
View CTV News full comparison of primary care in Alberta and BC.