No one could blame Noëlla Panneton for accusing the Quebec government of playing God. When she learned she had pancreatic cancer three years ago, she was denied coverage for a potentially life-saving chemotherapy treatment because at age 74, she wasn’t considered a good investment.
After months of open animosity and refusals to compromise, the provincial government and Quebec’s family doctors have finally found some middle ground.
I am a family physician. After 11 years of post-secondary education, I finished my residency in 2013. My current full-time practice includes working at a clinic where I have 500 patients registered to me, shifts at a walk-in clinic (three half days or evenings a week, plus weekend shifts) and working at McGill...
MONTRÉAL, le 21 avril 2015 /CNW Telbec/ - Le Grand défi Pierre Lavoie (GDPL) et la Fédération des médecins omnipraticiens du Québec (FMOQ) annonçaient aujourd'hui la conclusion d'un important partenariat qui unira les deux organisations pour les trois prochaines années.
Meet Robot-Rx, the robot that will dispense medication from the Glen’s pharmacy without ever getting tired or overworked.