April 17, 2019

Yarmouth and Area Chamber of Commerce tackling doctor recruitment with new task force

Yarmouth County Vanguard
Dr. Tim Holland
April 12, 2019

Survey: Nova Scotia doctors feel ignored, don’t trust health authority

The Chronicle Herald
Dr. Mike Wadden
April 9, 2019

Change to government bill creates division between doctors and nurses

CBC Nova Scotia
A patient and health care provider in a treatment room.
March 11, 2019

Doctor shortage takes toll on Nova Scotia specialists

Chronicle Herald
Karen Casey, Minister of Finance stands at a microphone.
March 26, 2019

EDITORIAL: No sense of urgency in Nova Scotia budget

Chronicle Herald

Meanwhile, Doctors Nova Scotia criticized what they called the government’s inaction on small-business taxes that affect physicians. They pointed out that New Brunswick, which recently made tax adjustments to enhance doctors’ incomes, has now widened its advantageous compensation gap with its sister province. That could hurt recruitment efforts, which received an extra $200,000 in Tuesday’s budget.

Host Andrea Dion and DNS Kevin Chapman are seated at a table for the interview.
April 3, 2019

Doctors Nova Scotia weighs in on the provincial budget

Global News Halifax

According to Doctors Nova Scotia the 2019 provincial budget does nothing to offset physician losses. We hear from the director of finance Kevin Chapman.

A medical professional holding a clip board, writing on a chart.
February 22, 2019

The changing landscape of health care in Nova Scotia

The Antigonish Casket

According to Dr. Tim Holland, Doctors Nova Scotia is supportive of the collaborative care model, but he added, “everyone in Nova Scotia deserves access to a family physician.”

“That doesn’t mean all the other care providers don’t have their role. One day a patient may see a nurse practitioner about a common health problem, but sometimes when a certain problem presents itself, it’s better suited to a physician.”

A man and a woman look at a piece of paper.
April 3, 2019

Health authority anticipated blowback after cutting online prenatal classes

CBC Nova Scotia

"I think we have to still look at the question: how do we meet the needs of those who need prenatal education the most but still meet the needs of those who want it? And so that's going to be a larger question for the system," said Dr. Tim Holland.