One doctor on vacation means no doctor for Fort St. James

With the community's sole physician on vacation, Fort St. James will be without a doctor for much of July.

  • Jul. 5, 2012 12:00 p.m.

With Dr. Stent taking some well-earned vacation time in July, Fort St. James will be without an emergency room and without a medical clinic at times.

No physician services will be available while Dr. Stent is away, however, the health unit in the Goodwin Building and Nak’azdli Health will still be open for nurse visits.

The Fort St. James Medical Clinic will be closed on: July 2, 16, 18-23, 25, and July 27 until August 3.

The Stuart Lake Hospital emergency room will be closed for the remainder of July, unless Northern Health is able to find locum physicians for the community.

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