Leahey and Gillis say the Nova Scotia Health Authority needs to allow local communities more power when it comes to recruiting doctors. And we need to be recruiting them ourselves,” said Dr. She says she wrote a letter before the last provincial election on the issue. You cannot have a recruiter for the zone who will say, ‘I’ll take care of everybody’s needs,’ it’s not possible for one person to do that,” she said.
“When we can explain to the person who’s interested in Yarmouth what we have to offer and the variety of things they can do – it’s a pretty compelling offer.” Dr. “Me and two others were recruited from outside of Yarmouth. “In fact the person who recruited me heard that I was dating somebody from Yarmouth and within two or three months of dating her she was seeing if I would come to Yarmouth to work. Here I am.” He says it used to be that way – and believes the province would see more results if it allowed communities some responsibility when it comes to recruiting.
The stone is preserved at the Yarmouth County Museum & Archives.
The region was visited in 1604 by Samuel de Champlain, who named it "Cap-Fourchu", meaning "forked or cloven cape." The first Europeans to make a settlement on these shores were the French Acadians.
Pink Star Barro is one of Southwest Nova Scotia’s most established law firms with a history dating back to 1981.
In the year prior, Martin Pink, in partnership with Hugh Jon Fraser and Andrew Nickerson, purchased the building located at 390 Main Street in Yarmouth that had been occupied for a number of years by the Yarmouth law firm Chipman Sanderson.
“Versus making sure you make your kids’ dance recitals or just spending time with them on the weekend, or take the Christmas lights off the trees outside, which my wife reminded me this morning I still haven’t done.” Dealing with the duelling obligations of work and home can be difficult, to say the least.
And when a doctor leaves the community, everyone else is left to pick up the slack. Leahey, who has given up on the idea of retiring anytime soon, said of the town’s doctor shortage.
in support of the other main ER doc, and I do hospitalists service,” Dr.
Yarmouth is a port town located on the Bay of Fundy in southwestern Nova Scotia, Canada.
Yarmouth is the shire town of Yarmouth County and is largest population centre in the region.
They set up a small fishing settlement known as "Tebouque" in the mid 17th century and by 1750 the population was 50 people.
During the Seven Years' War, New England Planters settled at what is now the town of Yarmouth in 1759; the grantees were from Yarmouth, Massachusetts and they requested that Yarmouth be named after their former home.
Along with one member of the original firm, Don Chipman, Chipman, Fraser, Pink & Nickerson was born.