St John's Morning Show | Apr 5, 2013 | 8:45

Former NLMA head leaving province

A long-time St. John's doctor describes her current situation as "A system crumbling under my feet."" Dr. Lydia Hatcher explains how a lack of government support and the pull of family has her packing up her practice and heading to Ontario.

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