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The authority said three new physicians hope to start this summer and another seven have pending offers to start in 2017, all in Cape Breton. He said surgeons and other specialists do not like to come to hospitals where services are lacking.
"The snowball effect of losing some of these very significant people is that others will follow," said Orrell.
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It’s a story of many diverse groups – Loyalists, Maroons, Caribbeans, Refugees and others – sewn together through a common African ancestry and the search for a better life in Nova Scotia.
It's like writing a prescription for a medication that is vital to recovery and dating it nine months in the future." Orrell also pointed out that exit interviews are not being done with doctors so the reasons for their departures aren't being documented.
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A group of doctors in Cape Breton is sounding the alarm over the "hemorrhaging" of specialists and physicians as news emerged Friday of six more doctors leaving the island. "We are tired of being misled by the health authority ...
Seven doctors held a news conference in Sydney to bring attention to the ongoing loss of medical professionals in the region. They are not competent to do what they're doing and that is the bottom line." The doctors said six of their colleagues in the areas of ophthalmology, radiology, psychiatry and family medicine are leaving Cape Breton by the end of June.