Friday, January 28, 2011

Doctor shortage woes come to Houston

In what seems to be a cyclical occurrence in the Northwest, the problems of accessing a family doctor have now moved on to Houston.

Like Prince Rupert of a few years ago, that northwest community now finds itself facing a doctor's shortage with the closure of a local doctor's office.

The crisis in health care for Houston was reviewed in a number of items found below.

Houston Today-- Physician shortage presents big concern for district and residents
Houston Today-- Dr. Peter Morry closing his office's doors after 16 years
Houston Today-- Closing shop: hundreds left without a doctor

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