B.C. to add team-based primary care networks for patients without family doctors

CBC: The B.C. government is adding 22 primary care networks in 13 regions where teams of health professionals will provide services for patients without a family doctor. The networks connect care providers including doctors and nurse practitioners in a particular area with an aim to provide faster service. Health Minister Adrian Dix says the new networks in regions such as the central Okanagan and the East Kootenays will be added over the next three years to 17 that already exist.

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