The effects of Canada’s strained healthcare system is being felt in Saskatchewan in a number of ways… Read more.
Sask. ponders physician assistants to relieve health-care strainsNovember 30th, 2022
Physician assistants, which are currently allowed to work in Manitoba and Ontario, are often described as shadow doctors… Read more.
Could physician assistants relieve pressure on N.L.’s strained health-care system?November 30th, 2022
A physician assistant in Manitoba would like to see Newfoundland and Labrador regulate the profession so she and her fiancé — who are both health-care workers — can move to the province… Read more.
Opinion: Homegrown physician assistants would help keep doctors in rural AlbertaNovember 30th, 2022
Sadly, rural health care tends to be an afterthought. When people visualize a hospital, they often think of a downtown emergency room, where people come in and get triaged to any number of services within a few blocks. Health providers… Read more »
Physician assistants say they could help ease pressure on Nova Scotia health systemMay 5th, 2022
With Nova Scotia’s medical staff shortages, long surgery wait times and lingering barriers to primary care, physician assistants say they are an untapped resource in the province. Read the full article here: Physician assistants say they could help ease pressure… Read more »