RhPAP wants to give a HUGE shout out to rural health-care providers! We know how valued you are by rural Alberta communities, and that you are, without hesitation, stepping up to do the work required to confront COVID-19. Your hard work and the example you set is truly inspiring to everyone around you. You are the true unsung heroes of rural Alberta, and we are proud to watch your never-ending commitment to the populations you serve across this province. RhPAP offers a heartfelt thank you to all the health-care providers in rural Alberta

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  • Bilingual students go rural for health-care experience in Lac La Biche

    Bilingual students go rural for health-care experience in Lac La Biche

    U of Alberta students learn what it’s like to be a health provider in a rural northern Alberta community Health providers from...

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  • Transitioning from behind the wheel 

    Transitioning from behind the wheel 

    How do you know when it’s time to stop driving? It’s not an easy decision and it’s one that often involves a family physician being called on to help reach the best conclusion....

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  • High quality colonoscopies are making a difference in rural Alberta

    High quality colonoscopies are making a difference in rural Alberta

    Are people in rural Alberta receiving the same quality of colonoscopies as their counterparts in the cities?  In 2018, RhPAP contributed funding for a...

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  • Making themselves at home

    Making themselves at home

    Canadian medical graduates have fueled Sundre clinic’s growth When people around the world think of Canada, they imagine a place like Sundre....

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  • RhPAP Medical School Award recipients primed for rural practice

    RhPAP Medical School Award recipients primed for rural practice

    RhPAP is proud to announce the recipients of this year’s Rural Medical Student Bursary: Kelly Anderson and Curtis Woolf (University of Alberta) and Karly Nikkel...

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  • Killam welcomes first Alberta-educated physician in decades

    Killam welcomes first Alberta-educated physician in decades

    Dr. Rami Abu-Zeidan hopes to provide the same personal care and understanding he witnessed his father receiving when he was young. “I...

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  • Lattes and bucking bulls: A wild time at Tofield Skills Event

    Lattes and bucking bulls: A wild time at Tofield Skills Event

    Bucking bulls, paintball pellets, live music, and lattes were among the many highlights of a recent Health Skills Event in Tofield. Close...

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  • Young Medical Minds Program highlights medical options for rural students

    Young Medical Minds Program highlights medical options for rural students

    Dr. Chris Nichol doesn’t mince words with a dozen attentive Grade 8 students as he leads an examination of a patient named...

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