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Hearst ideal environment for Dr. Gauvin

Hearst ideal environment for Dr. Gauvin

For most professions, “opportunity” and “ability to diversify” usually mean moving to large urban centres. But for medical doctors, the opposite can be true. In fact, one of the things… Read more »

Connecting physicians to opportunities

Connecting physicians to opportunities

More than 100 family medicine opportunities in 26 communities posted on HFOJobs While health care has evolved significantly over the past decade, HealthForceOntario Marketing and Recruitment Agency’s focus continues to… Read more »

Lakehead lifestyle is an easy sell

Lakehead lifestyle is an easy sell

It’s no secret that recruitment and retention for acute care specialties can be difficult, especially outside major centres. Despite that fact, Dr. Michael Scott, chief of critical care at Thunder… Read more »

Timmins physicians mark 30 years of practice

Timmins physicians mark 30 years of practice

Timmins physicians mark 30 years of practice For Dr. Nancy Woods and Dr. Larry Malo, their tenure in Timmins was only supposed to last five years. But three decades after… Read more »

Trading concrete for community

Trading concrete for community

Sault pathologist enjoys quality of life Life is good in Sault Ste. Marie for Dr. Christa Cassalman and her family. A Woody Boat is docked in the water of their… Read more »

Boating to work just one of the perks

Boating to work just one of the perks

Kenora’s Dr. Kyle calls himself a “general physician” It wasn’t the first time Dr. Brad Kyle has whipped across Kenora Bay in a motorboat with a visiting physician sitting in… Read more »

WOW! POW! Superheroes visit little heroes at HSN

WOW! POW! Superheroes visit little heroes at HSN

NEO Kids Foundation presented Superheroes for Little Heroes featuring the Greater Sudbury Police Service Tactical Unit Monday, Oct. 30. The event’s objective is to entertain the young patients of Health… Read more »

NOSM has changed the medical landscape

NOSM has changed the medical landscape

It’s been more than a decade since that day in 2005 when Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty cut the ribbon at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine, and the charter class… Read more »

Recruiter addresses Kenora’s health care crisis

Recruiter addresses Kenora’s health care crisis

Recruiters working for communities is nothing new, but the program in Kenora differs from most in two ways: it is a joint effort between several local organizations and its mandate… Read more »

Sweet 16 in 2016

Sweet 16 in 2016

Health Sciences North (HSN), the City of Greater Sudbury, and the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce work together to attract new physicians. Since 2000, around 245 new physicians have established… Read more »

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