October 20, 2017 • Written in Community Support 0 Comments

Tagged with Fort McMurray Sundre • Written by Jonathan Koch

RPAP Rural Health Round-Up provides a regular glimpse at the efforts on going to meet rural Alberta's health workforce challenges. This week's edition takes us to Fort McMurray and Sundre.

Consultant Corner

This past week our consultants were connecting with communities across the province, learning more about the landscape of health care in rural Alberta.

 

Sundre clinic receives provincial recognition

Congratulations to the Moose & Squirrel Medical Clinic of Sundre, the Alberta College of Family Physician's Outstanding Family Practice for 2017. This award celebrates the clinic's work in creating a Patients' Medical Home, and recognizes the incredible work done by the entire team at the clinic.  Presentation of the award was made on Oct. 16, 2017 in Sundre.

Sundre Moose and Squirrel Clinic  - 2017 ACFP Outstanding Family Practice

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Register now: CPATH Regional, Rural & Remote Pre-Conference - Oct. 25-29, 2017

Are you trying to provide transgender care in a smaller community and feeling isolated and unsupported?? Come hear about ways providers like you are working on developing their professional network and share ideas about ways to:

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The event is an ideal opportunity for professionals and community members from various fields to come together to network and share knowledge about trans health.

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