Premier announces team-based primary care coming to Prince George
CKPGToday.ca: People in Prince George may soon have better access to team-based everyday health care, with the new Prince George Urgent and Primary Care Centre (UPCC) anticipated to open in June 2019. There will also be a launch of a primary-care network (PCN).
“This primary-care network and urgent primary-care centre will connect people in Prince George with better, faster health care,” Premier John Horgan says. “With more than 30 new health-care professionals joining the community to deliver team-based care, people will benefit from greater access to health care, helping them lead healthier lives.”
Province announces new agreement with doctors supports team-based care
Energeticcity.ca: A new three-year agreement between the government and Physicians in B.C. will shift to team-based care and better access to health care for people. Meeting the government’s Sustainable Services Negotiating Mandate for bargaining, this shift will reflect the desires and commitment of all the parties to work within that mandate shared the government.
The Daily Courier: South Okanagan residents can expect to receive better accessible health care in the coming three years, including a new care clinic, Minister for Health Adrian Dix announced Friday. Twenty-two health-care professionals will descend upon Penticton and Summerland as a part of the newly established Primary Care Network.