Every Friday, we provide a round-up of notes an acitivites that impact RPAP and health care in rural Alberta communities.
This week's round-up has a distinctly northwestern flavour, as we follow our roving Rural Consultant, Rebekah Seidel, through the Peace Country, congratulate a long-serving rural doc in Beaverlodge, and revel in the glow of a successful Skills event in Manning.
During the past weeek, our Rural Consultant, Rebekah Seidel, travelled through northwestern Alberta, meeting with hardworking Albertans, and taking in the beauty of the Peace Country.
>>> See her photos on Instagram here.
Congratulations Dr. Miller!
Newly-minted Rural Consultant, Holly Handfield, was on hand in Beaverlodge last night for the presentation of the CPSA Certificate of Merit Award for 2016 to Dr. David Miller. According to Holly, Dr. Miller has practiced for 45 years in Beaverlodge, Alberta and the award is well deserved.
Skills Weekend success in Manning
Manning, Alberta was host to another RPAP Medical Skills event last weekend. RPAP's Paul Childs, Bobby Jones, and Rebekah Seidel were there to take in the action, and to capture some sights from the Skills event. Watcvh the blog in thje coming weeks for articles and videos from this super successful event!
Banner photo: Students and volunteers from from the recent RPAP Medical Skills event in Manning. photo by Rebekah Seidel.