Media Advisory - Ontario's doctors will convene community and health leaders in Peterborough to discuss patient-first solutions for an aging population

PETERBOROUGH, ON, Feb. 10, 2016 /CNW/ - The Ontario Medical Association's (OMA) Check-Up Ontario tour will make a stop in Peterborough on Thursday, Feb. 11. As part of the tour, Ontario's doctors will convene local and regional community and health leaders to discuss patient-first solutions for the province's aging population.

Dr. Virginia Walley, president-elect of the OMA, will be available for media interviews on Feb. 11 in Peterborough to discuss the need for patient-first solutions to meet the challenges posed by an aging population in Ontario, as well as the goals and desired outcomes of the roundtable discussion.

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SOURCE Ontario Medical Association

For further information: Danielle Milley, Senior Advisor, Media Relations, Office: 416-599-2580 ext. 3008 or 1-800-268-7215 ext. 3008, Mobile: 647-300-0081, Email:


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