Crisis in Care: A public forum on primary care and the shortage of family doctors
Millions of Canadians don't have a family physician or any primary care provider. People spend months searching for care, often without success. Many turn to walk-in clinics, virtual care and emergency rooms to get the help they need.
These problems are felt across the country, but the shortage is particularly acute in Victoria, B.C. The Current’s Matt Galloway hosted a public forum there to hear from the people affected, and explore the solutions that could help all Canadians.