Oliver Chronicle: In an effort to keep our communities protected, South Okanagan Similkameen doctors and nurse practitioners are providing care by telephone and video conference. If you are in need of non-emergency medical care, call your doctors clinic to make an appointment. Residents who do not have a family provider should call their local walk-in clinic. It is very important that residents call first and not “show up” at any medical clinic.
COVID-19: A message from Delta Division of Family Practice
Delta Optimist: Doctors in South Delta issued the following letter as a message to the community in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. The physicians of South Delta are on the front lines in the battle against COVID-19. This crisis is unlike anything we have experienced in our lifetime. We are working flat out to be there for our patients and their families. Doctors cannot do this alone. What the public does now will impact the health of British Columbians in the weeks and months ahead. Lives depend on your actions now.
Island doctors offer advice on COVID-19: What to do, who to see, how to prevent the spread
Tofino-Uculelet Westerly News: The following is a submission from the Physicians of Comox Valley Division of Family Practice. We know that you in the community are quite rightly concerned and anxious about COVID-19.Your family physicians have organized ourselves to respond to the situation as it evolves and to provide you with timely and accurate information regarding the novel COVID-19 pandemic currently upon our doorstep.