The president-elect of the CMA shares his priorities
Every week it seems there's a new headline about health care: Four million Canadians can't find a family doctor...Clinics are cherry-picking wealthy clients...Wait times are through the roof.
Well, one of the most influential voices in this debate has a new leader. The Canadian Medical Association has elected Dr. Christopher Simpson, the chief of cardiology at Queen's University, to lead the CMA starting next year. He joined us from Kingston to explain his priorities.