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However, Mr. Mantha told the Recorder on Tuesday the calls for action to the province have fallen on deaf ears.
What would be ideal is to have someone in place to hand over our patient records to. There has been a recruiter hired but so far it is proving to be difficult to find replacements. But in the meantime, we feel a real responsibility to work with the town to find someone to continue the services with Dr.
Chantelle Wilson at the medical centre. The big story here is the contribution she has made to the community and she will be continuing. The issue is the recruitment of doctors to a of small towns that are in the same situation as we have here. There are only a certain of young graduating doctors and there are a lot of rural practices with aging doctors, and those areas have had to think about succession and recruiting new doctors. Our priority is making sure our patients are cared for. And looking at what can be done to get new doctors, and how we can provide our support along with the town on this.
The Town of Gore Bay is approaching a critical point with regards to access to health care in Western Manitoulin. The centre has not been successful to date with recruiting a physician. This means that we will be left with one doctor to care for our citizens. Incentives are needed immediately to successfully recruit a doctor to the Gore Bay Medical Centre. Billings Township Council, at a meeting this past Monday, discussed the letter sent by Gore Bay council.
Council passed a motion in support of the request from the Town of Gore Bay. Stasia Carr, deputy clerk of Gore bay told the Recorder the letter has been sent out to all municipal councils and First Nations on Western Manitoulin. She pointed out individual citizens can also put pressure on government officials for help in recruiting a new doctor to the Gore Bay Medical Centre.
This needs to be addressed by the government. The province needs to invest more to recruit doctors and make more investments in hospitals. James Bousquet Realty Inc. Rolston Ltd. in.
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