Society for Protection and Care of Seniors (SPCS)
“We lobby for improved health care, help people navigate the health care system, meet 6 times per year with Connected Communities, a group other West Kootenay health advocates and twice a year with Interior Health. We have found that senior health issues affect the whole community. We are concerned about centralization of services in Kelowna.”
A doctor who worked for decades in the Greater Trail area has been recognized by his peers.
The Society of Rural Physicians of Canada presented Dr. Blair Stanley with a Fellowship of Rural and Remote Medicine at its recent annual meeting in Halifax.
Stanley, who was born and raised in Trail and lived in Rossland, was cited for his years of expertise in the practice of rural medicine in Canada.
“I feel really flattered and honoured. It’s not something I was necessarily expecting. It was really nice to be validated and recognized in that way,” he told the Rossland News.
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