Dr. Shurrab has a passion for research Nursing grad jumps right into med school Writing a new chapter for NOSM Hard work brings recruiting success to North Bay A Northern Ontario medical specialist who loves the North
Dr. Shurrab has a passion for research

Dr. Shurrab has a passion for research

There are several reasons why physicians from other parts of the world choose to come and work in Northern Ontario. Dr. Mohammed Shurrab, 39, knew that working in Sudbury would… Read more »

Nursing grad jumps right into med school

Nursing grad jumps right into med school

Learning how a nursing degree will benefit med school training There was no doubt in Rylee Mose’s mind that she was going to stay in Northwestern Ontario to practise medicine…. Read more »

Writing a new chapter for NOSM

Writing a new chapter for NOSM

The new Dean at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine It was some 35 years ago that a younger Sarita Verma was among the thousands who were shocked when CBC… Read more »

Hard work brings recruiting success to North Bay

Hard work brings recruiting success to North Bay

  Cutlines: North Bay, well-known as one of the environmentally cleaner cities in Northern Ontario, has enjoyed considerable success in attracting new physicians in recent years. But that doesn’t mean… Read more »

A Northern Ontario medical specialist who loves the North

A Northern Ontario medical specialist who loves the North

Dr. Saara Rawn, a physician who practises at the Group Health Centre in Sault Ste. Marie, is someone who truly enjoys the Northern Ontario lifestyle and is pleased to be… Read more »

Dr. Lacey Pitre happy to be working and living in Sudbury

Dr. Lacey Pitre happy to be working and living in Sudbury

If there was ever a poster girl for the physician who most loves to live and work in Northern Ontario it might be Dr. Lacey Pitre, a well-known medical oncologist… Read more »

Living well with dementia.

Living well with dementia.

At the Dementia Cafe in Thunder Bay (from left) Dr. Elaine Wiersma, Ruth Wilford, Jim Berry, Susan Bithrey, Carlina Marchese, and Dr. Nisha Sutherland at the Urban Abbey in Thunder… Read more »

Porcupine Health Unit and Timmins Police voice concern about opioid overdoses

Porcupine Health Unit and Timmins Police voice concern about opioid overdoses

Timmins Police Service and the Porcupine Health Unit have issued a joint statement of concern about the possibility of significantly dangerous opioid drugs in the community. Specifically, the concern is… Read more »

Temiskaming Hospital and Platinum Patient Transfer sign a service contract

Temiskaming Hospital and Platinum Patient Transfer sign a service contract

New plan for transporting non-urgent patients TEMISKAMING SHORES –  Temiskaming Hospital is taking several steps to address overcrowding at the hospital, one of which is addressing patient transportation issues said… Read more »

Federal government moving toward national drug plan

Federal government moving toward national drug plan

The federal government has announced the final amendments to the Patented Medicines Regulations. The most significant reforms to the regulations since their introduction in 1987, these amendments will give the Patented… Read more »

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