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Pincher Creek

  • Rural Alberta health-care heroes receive well-deserved recognition

    Rural Alberta health-care heroes receive well-deserved recognition

    Mayerthorpe, Pincher Creek, Provost, and Sundre home to 2019 RhPAP Rhapsody Award recipients  Health-care heroes in four rural Alberta communities are the recipients of the 2019...

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  • Pincher Creek and area students to learn about careers in health

    Pincher Creek and area students to learn about careers in health

    RhPAP Skills Event will introduce SW Alberta high school students to rural health careers  An upcoming health–care careers exploration day is intended to open eyes, and...

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  • Saluting RhPAP’s rural physician leaders: Dr. Gavin Parker

    Saluting RhPAP’s rural physician leaders: Dr. Gavin Parker

    Dr. Gavin Parker’s introduction to RhPAP came very early in his medical career. The Winnipeg native was studying medicine at the University...

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  • New Pincher Creek A&R committee says thanks to local health-care heroes at inaugural event

    New Pincher Creek A&R committee says thanks to local health-care heroes at inaugural event

    The warmth of a chinook breeze welcomed Pincher Creek and area residents as they gathered on January 13 to say “thank you”...

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  • Britton Ledingham: First year of RhPAP freelancing in the rear-view mirror

    Britton Ledingham: First year of RhPAP freelancing in the rear-view mirror

    Being a freelancer for RhPAP has been a great pleasure of mine.  It’s a gig I enjoy sharing with others, telling them it’s a...

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  • Caring for your friends and neighbours: How the CARE Course helps support Alberta’s rural health professionals

    Caring for your friends and neighbours: How the CARE Course helps support Alberta’s rural health professionals

    Erin Welke-Martens knew long before she completed her nursing education that when you work in your own community, your patients are your neighbours, friends, and family. ...

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  • “I Choose to Be Busy” – Carolyn Robbins on being a nurse and rancher in Pincher Creek

    “I Choose to Be Busy” – Carolyn Robbins on being a nurse and rancher in Pincher Creek

    Some people choose to take care of people for a living. Others choose to take care of animals. Carolyn Robbins has decided...

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  • Just a GP – On being a rural general practitioner

    Just a GP – On being a rural general practitioner

    Pincher Creek’s Dr. Gavin Parker is proud to tell people he’s a rural GP. Sometimes, however, the reply back is: “Oh, just a GP.”...

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