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.

 

Patient tries to access his online health record

Why can’t you access your health record online?

Healthy Debate
Physician taking a patient's blood pressure.

Why aren't new family doctors getting trained where wait lists are longer?

CTV Altantic
Physician holding stethascope

N.S. adds 10 residency spaces for medical students

CBC News
infant with a stethoscope

Some Nova Scotians are getting doctors

Cape Breton Post
Medical Students

$5,000 Student Bursary

Dr. Tim Holland is president of Doctors Nova Scotia

Wading into the politics of healthcare

CTV Atlantic News at Six
Dr. Tim Holland is president of Doctors Nova Scotia

New Doctors Nova Scotia president says he faces ‘challenges and uncertainty’

Chronicle Herald
Kids Run Club participants

Doctors Nova Scotia celebrates 14th year for Kids’ Run Club program

The Yarmouth Vanguard

Contacts

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