The Doctors of B.C. applauded a large increase in health-care funding in the provincial budget this week, but says it’s disappointed by the absence of funding to help family doctors slash crippling overhead and recruitment costs amid a critical shortage of primary-care physicians.
“Of course I’m disappointed,” said Doctors of B.C. president Ramneek Dosanjh. “It’s really hard for doctors that have been doing longitudinal practice. If we want to retain them and recruit people, then we need to look at new funding.”
Read the full article written by Cindy E. Harnett on the Times Colonist here.
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