News coverage

News coverage

Many of Doctors Nova Scotia’s members are outspoken advocates for improving health care in the province.

Urban or rural, family physician or specialist, new to practice or about to retire: Doctors Nova Scotia’s members aren’t afraid to speak up about issues in health care. Whether they’re offering an opinion on a medical issue or calling for system reform, Nova Scotian physicians appear in newspapers, online, and on local radio and television stations.

 

A stethoscope on a laptop.

OPINION: A fond farewell to Digby from departing doctors

The Chronicle Herald
Medical equipment hanging on a wall.

The 2 doctors leaving Digby after one year outline why they're going

CBC Halifax
The Coast's website screenshot.

Doctors’ Groups Calling For Pay Raises To Make Province More Competitive

The Coast Radio, Glace Bay
A hand holding a stethoscope.

Doctors Nova Scotia demand ‘immediate action’ on physician shortages

Global News Halifax
A health professional uses a blood pressure cuff on a patient.

N.S. doctors issue 'wake-up call' about working conditions, low pay

CTV Atlantic
Dr. Tim Holland speaks with media.

'Critical time' for Nova Scotia as doctors call for more pay, less red tape

CBC Halifax
Dr. Tim Holland.

N.S. doctors must be paid top in Atlantic Canada and middle of pack nationally: Doctors Nova Scotia

The Medical Post
Doctor's medical bag.

OPINION: Departing Digby doctors were dedicated

The Chronicle Herald

Contacts

Barb Johnson
Senior communications advisor
902-481-4915
1-800-563-3427 ext. 4915