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

LONDON, ON, Feb.22, 2016 /CNW/ - The Ontario Medical Association's (OMA) Check-Up Ontario tour will make a stop in London on Tuesday, Feb. 23. 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. Mike Toth, President of the OMA, will be available for media interviews on Feb. 23 in London to discuss the need for patient-first solutions to meet the challenges posed by an aging population in Ontario, as well as the goals of the roundtable discussion.

If you would like to set up an interview, please contact Nadia Daniell, Manager, Media Relations at 416-340-2970 or 1-800-268-7215 ext. 2970.

Please click here for further details about Check-Up Ontario.

SOURCE Ontario Medical Association

For further information: Nadia Daniell-Colarossi, Manager Media Relations, Office: 416-340-2970 or 1-800-268-7215 ext. 2970, Mobile: 416-804-4600, Email: nadia.daniell-colarossi@oma.org


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