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What We're Working On

  • Doctors-Day

    Doctors' Day is May 1

    Doctors Nova Scotia will mark Doctors’ Day on Thursday, May 1 by hosting a series of “pop-up coffee shops” throughout the province.

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    Master Agreement Negotiations 2015

    Preparations for Master Agreement negotiations are underway. The plan will include extensive outreach to physicians.

  • ChoosingWiselyCanada

    Choosing Wisely Canada

    Doctors Nova Scotia is a partner of the Choosing Wisely Canada campaign to help physicians and patients discuss unnecessary tests, treatments and procedures.

Recognizing our Physicians

Dr. Bill Stanish

Dr. Bill Stanish

Dr. Bill Stanish, orthopaedic surgeon and a leader in sport medicine, is leading a research trial that uses a patient’s own cells to regenerate new cartilage.

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Dr. John Sapp

Dr. John Sapp

In Halifax, the pulse of cardiology is at the QEII Health Sciences Centre where Dr. John Sapp and his team are leading innovative research.

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Are you a patient in Nova Scotia?

KidsRunClub-logo-10-yearsDoctors are helping Nova Scotia youth lead active, healthy lives.

News for a Healthy Province

Doctors Nova Scotia picks three 2014 Strive Award finalists for promoting healthy communities


The three 2014 Strive Award finalists have been selected for their involvement in making Nova Scotia a healthier place to live. The award and $10,000 grant has been given annually since 2011 to Nova Scotia community groups making innovative and strategic actions to support and promote health.

Re: March 31, 2014 Metro News - Bullying Nova Scotia nurses is not a solution


I read Mr. Kimber’s article “Bullying Nova Scotia Nurses is Not a Solution” with great interest. The current contract dispute between the Capital Health nurses and the government is certainly a concern to everyone. Doctors are especially concerned for our hard-working nursing colleagues and the many patients who depend on them day in and day out.

Choosing Wisely Canada helps physicians and patients make better decisions


Doctors Nova Scotia today announced support of the Choosing Wisely Canada campaign launched in Ottawa.

Nancy MacCready-Williams offers an informal and conversational approach to sharing information about business updates and new initiatives on issues related to the work of Doctors Nova Scotia.

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