Central Morning | Nov 16, 2012 | 7:31

Doctor Numbers

The Canadian Institute of Health Information studies all aspects of health care in the country. This week, the institute has released a new report about doctors in Canada. It looks at numbers of doctors, where they're trained and where they practice. And, it turns out, this province is doing really well in training and recruiting physicians. Yvonne Rosehart is with the CIHI, and host Leigh Anne Power reached her in Ottawa.

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