Newfoundland angers its MDs by seeking medical help from armed forces

Ryan, Beth
September 1998
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;09/22/98, Vol. 159 Issue 6, p705
Academic Journal
Discusses how the Newfoundland government announced it would use military doctors as a stopgap measure to solve physician shortages in rural parts of the province. Reaction of doctors; Argument that Premier Brian Tobin's government should not be looking for temporary solutions; Detail on government-capped fees for general practitioners; Comments by Dr. Louise Rogers.


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