Northern school doesn't mean northern doctors
Seven years, 100 million dollars and five family practice doctors. Those are some of the numbers coming out of BC's ambitious northern medical program. Launched in 2004, the program runs on the idea that if doctors train in the north, they're more likely to stay here. And since the second class of doctors graduated in May this year, CBC wanted to find out if the program was getting positive results.
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