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Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care

I am one of a large number of physicians who have been forced to choose between office work and certain types of hospital work because the latter is no longer close and accessible. The number of family physicians attending deliveries has been in decline for a long time, and accessibility is a key reason.
Lets be honest. The tentative Physician Services Agreement negotiated between the OMA and the Ministry is not a good deal. Anyone with any experience in negotiation, law, or with any common sense can realize that this barely qualifies as a contract. But I'm voting yes, and I strongly encourage my colleagues to do the same.
Like many people, I'm all too familiar with the human cost of untreated mental illness. My son, Jack, died by suicide in 2010. Investing in promotion, prevention and early intervention is the key to improving mental health in this province. And that starts with reaching out to young people.
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