The doctors are in ( just not quite everywhere)

While folks waiting in the lobby of the Prince Rupert Regional Hospital may find it hard to believe, the province is of the opinion that they are turning a corner in the ongoing doctor’s shortage across the province.

The BC Health Ministry home page is trumpeting the success of it’s Doctors for BC program, with 72 family physicians having been hired to work in communities identified as being in need of their services, a success rate that the province says puts it past the 75 per cent completion rate of their initiative. When the program reaches it’s goal of 100 percent, some 114,000 British Columbians will once again have the services of a family doctor…

(from  the blog a town called podunk, click on the link below to see the entire article … 3751866061 )-