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The New Brunswick Medical Society fully supports the efforts of the obstetrics and gynaecology staff in Fredericton who are urging the provincial government to fund out-of-hospital surgical abortions. [Read More...]
The New Brunswick Medical Society is pleased to learn that New Brunswick will receive $218 million in funding from the federal government’s Safe Restart Agreement to support the province’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. [Read More...]
New Brunswickers have spoken, and health care is the most important issue for voters as the province heads toward the 2020 provincial election. [Read More...]
With a global pandemic as the backdrop to a provincial election, the health of New Brunswickers has never been more important. The New Brunswick Medical Society (NBMS) is calling on all political parties and candidates to make health care the top priority of their campaign platforms in the 2020 provincial election. [Read More...]
The New Brunswick Medical Society (NBMS) is pleased to learn that the provincial government is dedicating a significant portion of federal funding for COVID-19 recovery to the health of New Brunswickers. [Read More...]
There have been media reports recently about physicians in New Brunswick expressing concerns with respect to the COVID-19 pandemic and the resources available to them to continue to provide care to patients. [Read More...]
New Brunswickers overwhelmingly endorse the use of virtual care to support their health-care needs. In a new poll conducted on behalf of the New Brunswick Medical Society (NBMS), 77 per cent of respondents said they support physicians continuing to use virtual care after the COVID-19 pandemic is declared over. [Read More...]
The New Brunswick Medical Society is deeply concerned to learn that Campbellton physician Dr. Jean Robert Ngola has been the victim of racism. This is disheartening and disgraceful. Racism cannot and should not be tolerated. [Read More...]