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“I don’t have a family doctor,” is an all too familiar phrase for many residents and families that live around Greater Victoria.
One person even went so far as to place a “Doctor Wanted” ad.
Last month, Premier John Horgan launched the government’s new primary health care plan to set up 10 new urgent primary care centres in Burnaby, Comox Valley, Prince George, Richmond and the South Okanagan-Similkameen region, to be established over the next year to help take the pressure off hospital emergency rooms, as well as operate on the weekend and hours outside of clinics.
There are even Mobile medical clinic rolling through Greater Victoria this summer.
Where are things at for you? Do you have a family doctor?
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