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In 2002 Eloy van Hal did something unconventional. Something no-one had dared to even dream of before. He founded a place where elderly residents can… Read More »Disruption in the Dementia Care-System: You need guts and an innovative mindset!
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PENTICTON, KELOWNA, KAMLOOPS, VANCOUVER – The doctor shortage in BC has been a pressing issue for a number of years now. Waitlists for family doctors seem to… Read More »Press release: Memory Clinic reduces wait times for patients concerned about memory
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