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Our Impact: A GP for Me

The General Practice Services Committee’s (GPSC) A GP for Me initiative is a joint initiative of the Ministry of Health and Doctors of BC. The initiative’s goals are to enable patients that want a family doctor to find one; and to increase the capacity of the primary health care system.

Research shows that a strong primary care system, centred on continuous doctor-patient relationships, leads to the best health outcomes for patients. Right now, however, provincial data shows there are approximately 176,000 British Columbians who want a family doctor yet cannot find one.

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A GP For Me Complete - ​Impacts for Kootenay Boundary



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Improved Practice Efficiency

A GP for Me Hotline

IPCC Optimization

2014 Success

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Regional A GP for Me Steering Committee

Dr Lee Mackay (Chair)
Dr Elizabeth McCoid
Dr. David Merry
RNP Zak Matieschyn
Cheryl Whittleton (IHA)
Jo-Anne Tisserand (IHA)
Stephen Reichert (Evaluator)
Andrew Earnshaw (KB Division ED)

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A GP for Me Project Lead
Julius Halaschek-Wiener
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