December 2, 2015 • Written in Community Support Practicing Physicians 0 Comments

Tagged with Physician attraction Physician recruitment Physician retention Slave Lake • Written by Jonathan Koch Lucas Warren

Town tours. Helicopter rides. Appointments with financial experts. It's all part of the effort Slave Lake, Alberta makes to attract new physicians to town.

"They've gone above and beyond to make it welcoming, and try and bring you in," says Dr. Keith Martin, a physician who practises in Slave Lake.

Dr. Martin talks about the personal touch employed by Slave Lake to recruit and retain physicians, and other methods he has appreciated from around the province.

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