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The NBMS was looking forward to learning details of the bilateral agreement announced today by the Ministers of Health for Canada and New Brunswick. We hoped that this would signal [Read More...]
New Brunswick physicians are concerned with the effective year over year freeze of health-care spending reflected in today’s provincial budget announcement. While we appreciate that the elimination of expenses such [Read More...]
Medical associations from coast to coast are deeply concerned about any government proposal that would restrict access to evidence-based medical care for patients, including for the transgender population. Canadians have [Read More...]
The state of New Brunswick’s health care system has reached a critical juncture, demanding immediate action from the provincial government. Already fragile before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the [Read More...]
The NBMS has received a formal response to our proposal to government to stabilize primary healthcare. It leads us to believe they feel no sense of urgency to solve this [Read More...]
The NBMS, as well as other physician associations across Canada, have advocated for the reduction of sick note requirements except in exceptional circumstances for many years. Requiring evidence from a physician [Read More...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New Brunswick’s physicians call for more investment in health care October 4, 2023 FREDERICTON – According to an Angus Reid Institute survey released in August 2023, 75 [Read More...]
The New Brunswick Medical Society (NBMS) is pleased to introduce our new President, Dr. Paula Keating.   Dr. Keating has served as a family physician in Miramichi since 1993, and provided [Read More...]