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What We're Working On

  • AFP

    Physician Compensation

    Delve into the Master Clinical/Academic Funding Plan and Master Agreement contracts.
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  • Ratification Vote Results

    The Master Agreement was ratified by 80 per cent of voting members and the C/AFP contract was ratified by 87 per cent of voting C/AFP physicians.
    View media release.

  • Patients-choice-homepagePatient's Choice Award

    The winner of the inaugural Doctors Nova Scotia Patient’s Choice Award is Dr. Mohan Virick, a family physician from Sydney, N.S., who has dedicated his five-decade career to improving the lives of his patients, most of whom belong to the Mi’kmaq community.

Recognizing our Physicians

Dr. John Chiasson

Dr-Chiasson

Dr. John Chiasson gives people in Antigonish a place to commune with nature and improve their well-being.

Read his story »

Dr. Sam Campbell

Dr-Campbell

There is no average day in the emergency department for
Dr. Sam Campbell.

Read his story »

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News for a Healthy Province

Doctors accept new four year contracts

29-Jun-2016

The province’s doctors have ratified two four-year contracts with government.

Cape Breton doctor first Patient’s Choice Award recipient

26-Apr-2016

Sydney family physician, Dr. Mohan Virick, is the winner of the inaugural Doctors Nova Scotia Patient’s Choice Award

Finalists named for Doctors Nova Scotia community award

15-Apr-2016

Doctors Nova Scotia has selected three finalists for its 2016 community-based Strive Award. Free Spirit Therapeutic Riding Association, Nourish Your Roots and Undercurrent Youth Centre are in the running for the $10,000 grant.