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Media Alert – CMA’s National Dialogue on Health Care Continues to Vancouver

Ottawa, April 26 – The Canadian Medical Association’s (CMA) fourth public town hall event on transforming the health care system to better focus on patients will be held in Vancouver on April 27, 2011. This town hall is part of CMA’s national dialogue on health care which was announced last December with the launch of the online website: www.healthcaretransformation.ca.The national dialogue has been created to give Canadians the opportunity to express their views on the future of their health care system. Vancouver is the fourth stop in a series of town hall events that are being held across Canada to gather the public’s perspective on transforming our health care system. The first town hall was held in Halifax in January, the second in Toronto in early March and the third in Edmonton late March.

Date: Wednesday, April 27, 2011
Time: 7 pm to 9 pm (PDT)
Location: Marriott Pinnacle Downtown Hotel, Pinnacle Ballroom
1128 West Hastings Street, Vancouver

Panel discussion:
Ken MacQueen, Maclean’s – Moderator
Dr. Jeff Turnbull, CMA President – Opening remarks
Panelists:
– Dr. Ian Gillespie, President, British Columbia Medical Association
– Kelly McQuillen, Director of Patients as Partners
– Michelle Degroot, VP, Health Policy and Advocacy, First Nations Health Council

This event is organized in conjunction with Maclean’s magazine (www.macleans.ca/healthseries) and the Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC) as a broadcast partner.

For further information:

Lucie Boileau
Telephone: 613-731-8610 / 800-663-7336 ext. 1266
Cell.: 613-447-0866
[email protected]